Banyuwangi is the eastern-most regency of East Java. To the north lies the regency of Situbondo. The regencies of Jember and Bondowoso neighbor Banyuwangi to the west. To the east lies the island of

Bali and also to the direction lies the Indonesian Ocean. Banyuwangi is located on the coordinate 70 45’ 15” S and 113’ 38.2” E. Due to its location, Banyuwangi has varied natural scenery, vibrant art, culture, traditions, and traditions.


The beauty of nature is spread out over Banyuwangi from the west to the east. Mountains, forests, and beaches indicate the landscape of the regency. For example, Ijen Crater, in the western part of Banyuwangi is famous for its beautiful crater lake, the traditional sulfur miners who surprisingly climb down and up the slope of Mount Merapi, and the plantations that cover the Crater’s incline.

The National Park of Meru Betiri is famous for its Java Tiger and turtles. These locations form the center of the Tourism Developed area that’s known as the Diamond Triangle, which connects one Tourism

Object to another.

Banyuwangi also has various art, culture, traditions, and traditions.

Among the traditional arts of Banyuwangi is Gandrung, a welcoming dance for distinguished guests. The dance is the defining dance of Banyuwangi. In addition to Gandrung, Seblang, Kuntulan, Damarwulan,

Angklung, Ketoprak, Barong, Kendang Kempul, Jaranan are artwork that can be seen in Banyuwangi. Other traditions that may be observed in

Banyuwangi comprise the sea offers, metik (a celebration performed before coffee and rice harvesting), Rebo Wekasan, Kebo Visit Banyuwangi the Real Tropical Country keboan, Ruwatan, Tumplek punjen, Gredoan,

Endog-endogan, etc. These events are performed every year and are contained in the Calendar of Events of Banyuwangi. The traditional handicrafts and traditional foods are offered across Banyuwangi. The products and places that ought to be visited are Batik Tulis at Temenggungan and Tempo, Bamboo handicraft at Kecamatan Rogojampi and Kalipuro,

etc. Banyuwangi also has typical food products; like bagiak, selai pisang (banana jam), etc..

There indigenous native people of Banyuwangi are Banyuwanginese. They’ve their very own dialect which unites the languages of Javanese and Balinese. Ethnic Javanese, Madurese, Balinese, and peoplefrom Banjar also call Banyuwangi home. The varied natural scenery, the vibrant art, culture, traditions, and traditions, constitute true treasures that have to be introduced to most people. The folks of Banyuwangi and the local government is going to be encouraged and benefited by tourism.

The earnings from tourism will provide the capital to develop the regency of Banyuwangi. Tourists will also benefit from their rich experiences as they visit Banyuwangi.