Jember Regency is one of a regency of East Java region, Indonesia. The population was 2,332,729 at the 2010 surveys with the latest official estimate (as at 2014) is 2,398,255. Its administrative headquarters is the metropolitan area of Jember, which with 332,612 inhabitants in 2010 is the third city area in East Java district (after Malang and Surabaya) but does not have city or town status. Jember is famed for its tobacco farms and traditional food is known as tape which is produced of fermented cassava.
Notohadinegoro Airport is a small airport serving Jember, a city in East Java Province, Indonesia. This airport is controlled by the Department of Transportation of Jember Regency. Notohadinegoro Airport is back in operation in early July 2014. Notohadinegoro Airport has an extensive 121 hectares. This airport is supposed to serve other cities in Indonesia to Jember. There are a very comfortable sits for passengers to sit while waiting for their flight to depart from Notohadinegoro Airport. There is no flight available from Changi International Airport to Notohadinegoro Airport until the present.
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Weather in Indonesia can be divided into two main seasons which is wet and dry with warm tropical temperatures averaging 28.2°C during the day, throughout the year. In most areas, the dry season spans from May up to September, with the rains falling between October and April. The best time of year to visit Jember is between May and September when the days are sunny and dry. However, during wet season temperatures stay high and rainfall comes in the form of heavy tropical rain that tend to last for a couple of hours and needn't spoil your trip. There are some area exceptions. On West Indonesia, it rains from the month of October up to January in the north, and from November to February in the south. East Indonesia, with its unusual shape, also experiences slightly unlike climate patterns and rainfall can be expected in the northern regions of the island during June until the end of July.
Tancak waterfall - Tancak waterfall is situated 16.1 km southwest of Jember. This is one of the most important waterfalls in Jember Area. Tancak waterfall height is 81 m and it generates water at the rate of 151 cubic meters per second. That makes this waterfall as one of the most dependable and spectacular natural sightseeing objects. Around the waterfall area, the tourists can also enjoy brewed coffee by agro-tourism on Pasang Mountain. This place is regularly visited by overseas travellers. The holidaymakers can get there by rent a car in 31 minutes from city centre Jember.
Rowo Cangak Beach - Rowo Cangak Beach that situated in Jember, Indonesia is one of the best charm places that popular among locals and tourists. This is because the beach is wonderful with crystal clear water that will amaze you. Moreover, you can enjoy seeing the breath-taking observation of the beach, especially on Sunset and Sunrise all day. Feel free to come and go to Rowo Cangak Beach.
Sukorambi Botanical Garden - The Sukorambi Botanical Garden is sited on Mujahir Street, in Sukorambi, Jember, East Java, Indonesia, up to 7.1 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of Jember City. The 8.21 hectares (20 acres) garden is located on a slope, with the lowest point some below 101 metres (330 ft) above sea level. The bottom and top are related by both a staircase and footpath, the end of which can also be used to sustain visitors by motorcycle.