South Tangerang is a city in the province of Banten, Indonesia. Located 30 km on the southwestern border of Jakarta, the city forms part of the Greater Jakarta metropolitan area. It was administratively separated from Tangerang Regency on 29 October 2008. According to the 2010 Census, its population was 1,290,322 and at the Intermediate 2015 Census this had risen to 1,538,970, while the latest official estimate in mid 2019 is 1,755,112. The total area is 147.19 km².
The air temperature is around 23.4 ° C - 34.2 ° C with the minimum air temperature being in October of 23.4 ° C and the maximum air temperature in January is 42.2 ° C. The average humidity is 80.0% while the sun's intensity is 49.0%. The highest rainfall occurs in January , which is 264.4 mm, while the average rainfall in a year is 154.9 mm.
Based on the 2007 GRDP data, the economic structure of Tangsel is dominated by the transportation and communication business sector (30.29%) and the hotel and restaurant trade (26.81%). Other sectors that also made a significant contribution were services (17.39%) and banks , leasing and corporate services (15.40%). Five other sectors each contribute below 10%.
|Sep. 2015||Vice Mayor of Tangsel visits Daejeon for LOI signing and attends WTA Innovation Forum|
|Jul. 2016||Mayor of Tangsel visits Daejeon|
|Sep. 2016||MOU for friendly cooperation was signed in Tangsel and the WTA meetings was hosted by Tangsel|
|Nov. 2016||Vice Mayor of Tangsel attends WTA Hi-tech Fair|
|Feb. 2017||WTA delegation visits Tangsel for PR activities|
|Oct. 2017||Daejeon teenagers visit Tangsel for youth exchanges|
|Apr. 2018||Daejeon delegation visits Tangsel for WTA workshop and ODA discussion|