Illustrator Map Linggo Sari Baganti Indonesia

Indonesia is a vast and diverse archipelago comprising thousands of islands, and it is the fourth most populous country in the world. The main cities and roads in Indonesia are concentrated on the major islands of Java, Sumatra, Bali, and a few others. Here’s an overview of some main cities and roads in Indonesia:

Main Cities:

  1. Jakarta:
    • The capital and largest city of Indonesia, located on the island of Java.
    • Major economic, cultural, and political hub.
  2. Surabaya:
    • The second-largest city in Indonesia, also situated on Java.
    • A significant industrial and trading center.
  3. Bandung:
    • Known for its cool climate, Bandung is a city on the island of Java.
    • Renowned for its universities, fashion, and technology.
  4. Medan:
    • Located on the island of Sumatra, Medan is a major economic hub.
    • Gateway to the western part of Indonesia.
  5. Semarang:
    • A port city on the northern coast of Java.
    • Important for trade and commerce.
  6. Makassar:
    • Situated on the island of Sulawesi, Makassar is a key port city.
    • Historical and cultural significance.
  7. Denpasar:
    • The capital of Bali, known for its tourism and cultural attractions.
    • Gateway to the popular resort areas.

Main Roads and Highways:

  1. Trans-Java Toll Road:
    • Connects Jakarta in the west to Surabaya in the east.
    • One of the longest toll roads in Indonesia.
  2. Trans-Sumatra Toll Road:
    • Under construction, it aims to connect the northern tip of Sumatra to the southern tip.
    • Improving transportation and connectivity on the island.
  3. Bali Mandara Toll Road:
    • Connects Denpasar to Nusa Dua and Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali.
    • Facilitates travel on the island.
  4. Trans-Sulawesi Highway:
    • Connects major cities on the island of Sulawesi.
    • A key road for transportation and trade.
  5. Merak-Bakauheni Toll Road:
    • Connects the islands of Java and Sumatra via a ferry crossing.
    • An essential route for inter-island travel.
  6. Cipularang Toll Road:
    • Connects Jakarta to Bandung, reducing travel time between the two cities.
    • Important for transportation and commerce.
  7. Inner and Outer Ring Roads in Jakarta:
    • Jakarta has a network of inner and outer ring roads to ease traffic congestion.
    • Includes the Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) and Jakarta Inner Ring Road (JIRR).
  8. Jogja-Solo-Semarang Toll Road:
    • Connects Yogyakarta, Solo, and Semarang on Java.
    • Enhances connectivity in the central part of the island.

Please note that Indonesia’s infrastructure is continually developing, and new projects may have been initiated since my last update. It’s always a good idea to check for the latest information when planning travel or business activities in Indonesia.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

Are we missing some maps? Let us know!!!
What map do you need?

    We will upload it within the next 24 hours and notify you by Email.