Pasuruan Regency

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Pasuruan Regency
Kabupaten Pasuruan
Pasuruan
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Motto(s): 
Guna Karya Sarana Bhakti
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Location within East Java
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Pasuruan Regency
Location in Java and Indonesia
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Pasuruan Regency
Pasuruan Regency (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 7°44′00″S112°50′00″E / 7.73333°S 112.83333°E / -7.73333; 112.83333 Coordinates: 7°44′00″S112°50′00″E / 7.73333°S 112.83333°E / -7.73333; 112.83333
Country Indonesia
Province East Java
Capital city Bangil
Government
  RegentH. M. Irsyad Yusuf, S.E, M.M.A
  Vice RegentKH. Mujib Imron, S.Pd
Area
  Total1,474.02 km2 (569.12 sq mi)
Population
 (2020 Census)
  Total1,605,969
  Density1,100/km2 (2,800/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (IWST)
Area code (+62) 343
Vehicle registration N
Website pasuruankab.go.id
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Gunung Gangsir Temple

Pasuruan Regency (Indonesian : Kabupaten Pasuruan) is a regency in East Java, province of Indonesia. The capital of this regency is Bangil. It had a population of 1,512,468 at the 2010 Census [1] and 1,605,969 at the 2020 Census. [2] This total excludes the population of the city of Pasuruan, which lies geographically within this regency but is administratively separate from it. At present, there are moves under way to make Bangil the new administrative centre of Pasuruan Regency, with some offices being transferred from Pasuruan city to Bangil. [3]

The Dutch spelling of the name of the regency was 'Pasoeroean'.

Administrative districts

Pasuruan Regency is divided into 24 districts (kecamatan), tabulated below with their areas and population totals from the 2010 Census [4] and the 2020 Census. [5] The table also includes the number of administrative villages (rural desa and urban kelurahan) in each district, and its postal codes.

NameArea
in km2
Population
Census
2010 [6]
Population
Census
2020 [7]
Number
of
villages
Post
codes
Purwodadi 102.4665,36370,0151367163
Tutur 86.3051,94153,7431267165
Puspo 58.3527,04027,722767176
Tosari 98.0018,47818,799867177
Lumbang 125.5532,85635,1741267183
Pasrepan 89.9550,07052,3961767175
Kejayan 79.1562,64165,3742567172
Wonorejo 47.3056,26459,8641567173
Purwosari 59.6777,87184,1371567162
Prigen 121.9082,42987,2271467157
Sukorejo 58.1881,06087,4771967161
Pandaan 43.27105,326111,0621867156
Gempol 64.92123,084129,9901567155
Beji 39.9078,26987,0221467153
Bangil 44.6084,43883,3071567153
Rembang 42.5260,57666,7111767152
Kraton 50.7589,12888,5252567151
Pohjentrek 11.8828,30831,296967171
Gondangwetan 26.2550,61256,2642067174
Rejoso 37.0043,77946,7661667181
Winongan 45.9741,20644,2871867182
Grati 50.7870,96378,9301567184
Lekok 46.5770,53177,5141167186
Nguling 42.6054,95762,3671567185
Totals1,474.021,512,4681,605,969365

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