List of Indonesian cities by GDP

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This is a list of cities in Indonesia by gross domestic product (GDP) according to the Statistics Indonesia. These figures were estimated in the year 2018. [1]

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2019 data

List Indonesian Metropolitan City by GDP 2019

RankMetropolitan CityPopulation EstGDP NominalGDP PPPProvince
(in million $)Per capita(in million $)PPP Per Capita
1 Jakarta metropolitan area 33,916,300297,7208,780978,49028,840Flag of Jakarta (vectorised).svg  Jakarta [2] [3] [4]
2 Surabaya metropolitan area 9,885,40076,2007,710250,46025,340Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
3 Bandung metropolitan area 8,598,53037,3504,350122,78014,280Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
4 Medan metropolitan area 5,865,15027,0904,62089,05015,190Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
5 Semarang metropolitan area 6,556,65024,8003,79081,51012,430Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
6 Makassar metropolitan area 2,929,31016,4305,61053,99018,430Flag of South Sulawesi.svg  South Sulawesi [8]
7 Palembang metropolitan area 3,777,42015,8304,19052,03013,780Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra [9]
8 Denpasar metropolitan area 2,575,20012,0904,70039,74015,430Flag of Bali.svg  Bali [10]
9 Manado metropolitan area 1,304,3706,2904,82020,68015,850Flag of North Sulawesi.svg  North Sulawesi [11]
10 Banjarmasin metropolitan area 1,559,3914,2002,69413,8138,860Flag of South Kalimantan.png  South Kalimantan [12]

List Indonesian City Proper by GDP 2019

RankCityPopulation EstGDP NominalGDP PPPProvince
(in million $)Per capita(in million $)PPP Per Capita
1 Jakarta 10,558,100201,91020,240660,32062,550Flag of Jakarta (vectorised).svg  Jakarta [2]
2 Surabaya 2,898,24041,07014,180135,00046,610Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
3 Bandung 2,507,88020,4608,16067,26026,820Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
4 Medan 2,279,79017,0807,49056,14024,620Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
5 Semarang 1,807,08013,5507,50044,53024,640Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
6 Makassar 1,526,68012,6208,27041,48027,170Flag of South Sulawesi.svg  South Sulawesi [8]
7 Tangerang 2,229,90012,3905,56040,74018,270Flag of Banten.png  Banten [3]
8 Batam 1,376,01011,6408,46038,24027,790Flag of Riau Islands.png  Riau Islands [13]
9 Palembang 1,662,89010,9506,59035,99021,640Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra [9]
10 Kediri 287,4009,85034,27032,370112,630Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
11 Pekanbaru 1,143,3608,4307,37027,69024,220Flag of Riau.svg  Riau [14]
12 Cilegon 437,2107,37016,86024,23055,430Flag of Banten.png  Banten [3]
13 Balikpapan 655,2007,24011,05023,80036,330Flag of East Kalimantan.svg  East Kalimantan [15]
14 Bekasi 3,003,9206,9502,32022,8307,600Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
15 South Tangerang 1,747,9105,8603,35019,26011,020Flag of Banten.png  Banten [3]
16 Malang 870,7305,1505,91016,92019,430Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
17 Depok 2,406,8305,0302,09016,5006,860Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
18 Samarinda 872,8004,8505,56015,94018,260Flag of East Kalimantan.svg  East Kalimantan [15]
19 Padang 950,8704,4204,65014,52015,270Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
20 Bandar Lampung 1,051,5004,2104,01013,84013,160Flag of Lampung.svg  Lampung [17]
21 Bontang 177,7004,14023,27013,60076,500Flag of East Kalimantan.svg  East Kalimantan [15]
22 Denpasar 947,1003,9404,16012,95013,670Flag of Bali.svg  Bali [10]
23 Surakarta 519,1603,4006,54011,16021,490Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
24 Bogor 1,112,0803,2902,96010,8009,720Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
25 Pontianak 646,6602,7604,2609,05014,000Flag of West Kalimantan.svg  West Kalimantan [18]
26 Manado 433,6402,6506,1008,69020,050Flag of North Sulawesi.svg  North Sulawesi [11]
27 Yogyakarta 431,9402,5906,0008,51019,700Flag of Yogyakarta.svg  Special Region of Yogyakarta [19]
28 Tarakan 270,9002,5709,4808,44031,140Flag of North Kalimantan.png  North Kalimantan [20]
29 Dumai 308,8102,5608,2908,42027,250Flag of Riau.svg  Riau [14]
30 Banjarmasin 708,6102,3403,3007,70010,850Flag of South Kalimantan.png  South Kalimantan [12]
31 Jayapura 300,1902,3007,6507,55025,160Flag of Papua 2.svg  Papua [21]
32 Cimahi 614,3102,2803,7107,49012,200Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
33 Serang 688,6002,2503,2607,39010,730Flag of Banten.png  Banten [3]
34 Jambi 604,7402,2103,6507,26012,010Flag of Jambi.svg  Jambi [22]
35 Palu 391,3801,7604,4905,77014,750Flag of Central Sulawesi.png  Central Sulawesi [23]
36 Kupang 434,9701,7403,9905,71013,130Flag of East Nusa Tenggara.svg  East Nusa Tenggara [24]
37 Cirebon 319,3101,6605,1905,45017,070Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
38 Bengkulu 385,1401,6404,2605,40014,010Flag of Bengkulu.png  Bengkulu [25]
39 Kendari 392,8301,5734,0105,17013,170Flag of Southeast Sulawesi.svg  Southeast Sulawesi [26]
40 Tasikmalaya 663,5201,5402,3205,0607,620Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
41 Tanjung Pinang 211,5801,4306,7404,69022,160Flag of Riau Islands.png  Riau Islands [13]
42 Mataram 486,7201,3502,7604,4209,080Flag of West Nusa Tenggara.svg  West Nusa Tenggara [27]
43 Banda Aceh 270,3201,3204,8704,34016,020Aceh Indonesia Flag.png  Aceh [28]
44 Palangka Raya 291,6801,3004,4604,27014,660Flag of Central Kalimantan.png  Central Kalimantan [29]
45 Batu 207,5201,2005,7703,94018,960Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
46 Bitung 219,0101,1605,2703,80017,320Flag of North Sulawesi.svg  North Sulawesi [11]
47 Sorong 284,4001,1203,9503,67012,940Flag of West Papua (vectorised).svg  West Papua [30]
48 Tegal 249,6801,0804,3303,55014,230Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
49 Ambon 478,6161,0502,2003,4507,210Flag of Maluku.png  Maluku [31]
50 Madiun 176,8701,0005,6403,28018,530Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
51 Pematang Siantar 255,2509903,8603,24012,690Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
52
53 Salatiga 193,4509404,8703,10016,000Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
54 Sukabumi 328,6808802,6702,8808,760Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
55 Binjai 276,5008302,9902,7209,840Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
56 Probolinggo 237,1708103,3902,64011,120Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
57 Pekalongan 306,4407702,5102,5308,250Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
58 Singkawang 222,9107303,2602,39010,700Flag of West Kalimantan.svg  West Kalimantan [18]
59
60 Banjarbaru 262,7206902,6202,2708,620Flag of South Kalimantan.png  South Kalimantan [12]
61 Bau Bau 171,8026403,7302,11012,240Flag of Southeast Sulawesi.svg  Southeast Sulawesi [26]
62 Lhokseumawe 207,2026303,0602,08010,060Aceh Indonesia Flag.png  Aceh [28]
63 Tanjung Balai 175,2506303,6102,08011,880Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
64 Magelang 122,0506205,1002,05016,780Flag of Central Java.svg  Central Java [7]
65 Bukittinggi 130,7706204,7102,02015,470Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
66
67 Pasuruan 200,3405902,9301,9209,620Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
68 Palopo 184,6505603,0401,85010,000Flag of South Sulawesi.svg  South Sulawesi [8]
69 Prabumulih 186,8305502,9601,8209,730Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra [9]
70 Sungai Penuh 90,9105305,8801,75019,340Flag of Jambi.svg  Jambi [22]
71 Pare Pare 144,8905103,5201,68011,580Flag of South Sulawesi.svg  South Sulawesi [8]
72 Payakumbuh 135,5704803,5601,59011,710Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
73 Mojokerto 128,8504803,7301,58012,270Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
74 Blitar 141,8004803,3901,5806,680Flag of East Java.svg  East Java [5]
75 Lubuklinggau 232,2304702,0201,5506,650Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra [9]
76 Metro 167,4104502,6901,4808,840Flag of Lampung.svg  Lampung [17]
77 Padang Sidempuan 221,9104502,0301,48011,880Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
78 Tebing Tinggi 164,4004202,5501,3808,380Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
79 Sibolga 87,6203904,4701,29014,670Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
80 Gunung Sitoli 142,4203902,7401,2809,000Flag of North Sumatra.svg  North Sumatra [6]
81 Langsa 176,8113702,0701,2006,810Aceh Indonesia Flag.png  Aceh [28]
82 Pariaman 88,5003604,0101,17013,160Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
83 Banjar 183,1103101,6901,0205,530Flag of West Java (vectorised).svg  West Java [4]
84 Tomohon 106,9203102,8401,0009,330Flag of North Sulawesi.svg  North Sulawesi [11]
85 Bima 173,0313001,7209805,640Flag of West Nusa Tenggara.svg  West Nusa Tenggara [27]
86 Solok 71,0102904,04094013,260Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
87 Sawahlunto 62,5302604,17086013,690Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
88 Kotamobagu 128,3872602,0408606,690Flag of North Sulawesi.svg  North Sulawesi [11]
89 Padang Panjang 53,6902454,58081015,050Flag of West Sumatra.png  West Sumatra [16]
90 Pagar Alam 139,1902001,4206504,650Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra [9]
91
92
93 Subulussalam 81,4171201,5204005,000Aceh Indonesia Flag.png  Aceh [28]
94 Sabang 34,8741103,0103509,890Aceh Indonesia Flag.png  Aceh [28]

2018 data

Jakarta is the biggest Indonesian city by GDP Jakarta.jpg
Jakarta is the biggest Indonesian city by GDP
Surabaya is the second biggest Indonesian city by GDP Western Surabaya at dusk (late 2015).jpg
Surabaya is the second biggest Indonesian city by GDP
Bandung is the third biggest Indonesian city by GDP Bandung alun alun masjid raya (6).jpg
Bandung is the third biggest Indonesian city by GDP
Medan is the fourth biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Sumatra and outside of Java Medan city 2019.jpg
Medan is the fourth biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Sumatra and outside of Java
Makassar is the seventh biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Sulawesi, and second biggest outside of Java Makassar CBD Skyline.jpg
Makassar is the seventh biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Sulawesi, and second biggest outside of Java
Balikpapan is the thirteenth biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Kalimantan. 2018-04-16 Balikpapan.jpg
Balikpapan is the thirteenth biggest Indonesian city by GDP, the biggest in Kalimantan.
RankCityProvinceGDP
(in billion Rp)
GDP
(Nominal in million $)
GDP
(PPP in million $)
Per Capita (Nominal $)Per Capita (PPP $)
1 Jakarta Special Capital Region of Jakarta 2,599,174176,694611,73517,73461,397
2 Surabaya East Java 544,59437,022128,17413,19445,678
3 Bandung West Java 264,55217,98462,2647,68726,613
4 Medan North Sumatra 222,48215,12452,3626,13421,237
5 Semarang Central Java 174,64911,87241,1057,32225,349
6 Tangerang Banten 163,95011,14538,5877,11524,635
7 Makassar South Sulawesi 160,20810,89137,7066,59622,835
8 Batam Riau Islands 149,81610,18435,2609,88934,236
9 Palembang South Sumatra 142,2389,66933,4766,24521,623
10 Kediri East Java 128,2938,72130,19531,059107,529
11 Pekanbaru Riau 108,8407,39925,6168,65129,951
12 Cilegon Banten 96,5936,56622,73316,94258,655
13 Balikpapan East Kalimantan 95,1626,46922,39710,82437,474
14 Bekasi West Java 90,9826,18521,4132,5978,992
15 South Tangerang Banten 75,2355,11517,7074,19514,523
16 Malang East Java 67,9354,61815,9895,70819,763
17 Depok West Java 64,2924,37015,1312,6779,270
18 Samarinda East Kalimantan 63,9484,34715,0515,77419,989
19 Bontang 58,8734,00213,85624,80285,865
20 Padang West Sumatra 58,2723,96113,7144,54115,721
21 Bandar Lampung Lampung 55,4793,77113,0573,23211,189
22 Denpasar Bali 51,4413,49712,1075,53319,155
23 Surakarta Central Java 44,4283,02010,4565,46918,936
24 Bogor West Java 42,2162,8699,9362,92010,109
25 Pontianak West Kalimantan 36,3372,4708,5523,79313,132
26 Manado North Sulawesi 34,2022,3258,0495,03617,436
27 Yogyakarta Special Region of Yogyakarta 33,8192,2997,9625,64019,526
28 Dumai Riau 32,9942,2427,7658,48929,391
29 Tarakan North Kalimantan 31,6752,1537,45510,72537,130
30 Jayapura Papua 30,4152,0677,1585,00117,314
31 Banjarmasin South Kalimantan 30,3852,0657,1513,24811,246
32 Serang Banten 29,1151,9796,8523,22611,170
33 Cimahi West Java 28,9931,9716,8233,84013,296
34 Jambi Jambi 28,9301,9676,8093,26611,308
35 Kupang East Nusa Tenggara 23,0231,5655,4183,60612,484
36 Palu Central Sulawesi 22,6291,5385,2364,27914,817
37 Cirebon West Java 21,6001,4685,0834,64316,076
38 Bengkulu Bengkulu 21,2291,4434,9964,00213,857
39 Kendari Southeast Sulawesi 20,3361,3824,7864,17514,454
40 Tasikmalaya West Java 20,0941,3364,7291,9706,821
41 Tanjung Pinang Riau Islands 19,0851,2974,4926,38822,118
42 Mataram West Nusa Tenggara 17,9561,2214,2262,98610,337
43 Banda Aceh Aceh 17,5711,1954,1355,07817,581
44 Palangka Raya Central Kalimantan 16,4971,1213,8834,49415,559
45 Batu East Java 15,8011,0743,7195,46618,926
46 Bitung North Sulawesi 15,1631,0303,5694,71316,318
47 Sorong West Papua 15,1141,0293,5573,77813,080
48 Tegal Central Java 14,1089593,3203,47712,038
49 Ambon Maluku 13,8209393,2532,5228,732
50 Madiun East Java 13,1908973,1044,44215,380
51 Pematang Siantar North Sumatra 13,1778953,1013,21811,143
52 Pangkal Pinang Bangka Belitung Islands 12,9888833,0574,35015,061
53 Salatiga Central Java 12,3028362,8954,76916,511
54 Sukabumi West Java 11,4717792,7002,4278,402
55 Binjai North Sumatra 10,7657312,5342,7169,406
56 Probolinggo East Java 10,5427172,4813,17711,000
57 Pekalongan Central Java 10,1146882,3802,3057,982
58 Singkawang West Kalimantan 9,7126602,2862,8669,925
59 Ternate North Maluku 9,7126602,2863,09410,713
60 Banjarbaru South Kalimantan 8,7385942,0562,7429,494
61 Lhokseumawe Aceh 8,4545751,990
62 Bau Bau Southeast Sulawesi 8,2565611,943
63 Magelang Central Java 8,1985571,929
64 Tanjung Balai North Sumatra 8,1765561,924
65 Bukittinggi West Sumatra 8,0695491,899
66 Gorontalo Gorontalo 7,7515271,824
67 Pasuruan East Java 7,7285251,819
68 Palopo South Sulawesi 7,2854951,715
69 Prabumulih South Sumatra 7,1934891,693
70 Sungai Penuh Jambi 6,9994761,647
71 Pare Pare South Sulawesi 6,6034491,554
72 Mojokerto East Java 6,3544321,495
73 Payakumbuh West Sumatra 6,3424311,493
74 Blitar East Java 6,3194301,487
75 Lubuklinggau South Sumatra 6,1474181,447
76 Metro Lampung 5,8954011,387
77 Padang Sidempuan North Sumatra 5,8593981,379
78 Tebing Tinggi 5,5133751,297
79 Sibolga 5,0643441,192
80 Gunung Sitoli 5,0103411,179
81 Langsa Aceh 4,8903321,132
82 Pariaman West Sumatra 4,7653241,121
83 Banjar West Java 4,240288998
84 Bima West Nusa Tenggara 3,964269933
85 Tomohon North Sulawesi 3,921267923
86 Solok West Sumatra 3,835261903
87 Sawahlunto 3,461235815
88 Kotamobagu North Sulawesi 3,336227785
89 Padang Panjang West Sumatra 3,269222769
90 Pagar Alam South Sumatra 2,679182631
91 Tidore North Maluku 2,674182629
92 Tual Maluku 2,275155535
93 Subulussalam Aceh 1,642112386
94 Sabang 1,39995329

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