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Indonesia

Regions and Provinces

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Coffee map of Indonesian origin - zones and departments

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SOUTHEAST ASIA | INDONESIA

– Divided into 7 regions and 34 provinces

– The estimated population is 270.62 million inhabitants .

– Its surface area is 1,905,000 km².

15.90% of the cultivated land is planted with coffee trees.

1.24 million hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.

Coffee is grown in 5 of its 7 regions

– Ranked 4th largest producer of coffee in the world

– Coffee cultivation began in the s. XVII

– Coffee is harvested throughout the year

– Coffee is exported throughout the year

Regions and Provinces

Here is a brief explanation of the regions into which Indonesia is divided

Indonesia-Sumatra coffee map

Sumatra

60% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region

  • Ranked 1st in the world as a coffee producing region
  • 614,400 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 50.365 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 473,605 km².
  • It is made up of eleven provinces: Aceh, Riau, Jambi, Sumatra Atsimo, Riau Island, Bengka-Belitung, Jakarta, Lampung, Bengkulu, West Sumara and North Sumatra.
Coffee map Indonesia-Nusa Tenggara

Nusa Tenggara

13% of the country’s total coffee production is grown there.

  • It is the 2nd largest coffee producing region in the world.
  • 133,120 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 14.390 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 73,365 km².
  • It is made up of three provinces: Bali, West Tenggara and East Tenggara.
Indonesia-Java coffee map

Java

12.00% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region

  • Ranked 3rd in the world as a coffee producing region
  • 122,880 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 160,293 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 132,000 km².
  • It is made up of six provinces: Jakarta, Banten, West Java, Central Java and Yogyarkarta.
Coffee map Indonesia-Sulawesi

Sulawesi

8% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region

  • It is the 4th largest coffee producing region in the world.
  • 81,920 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 18,455 inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 174,600 km².
  • It consists of six provinces: North Sulawesi, Gorontalo, Central Sulawesi, West Sulawesi and Soutj Sulawesi.
Coffee map Indonesia Papua Sumatra

Papua

7% of the country’s total coffee is grown in this region

  • Ranked 5th in the world as a coffee producing region
  • 71,680 hectares are cultivated with coffee trees.
  • The estimated population is 5.537 million inhabitants.
  • Its surface area is 540,871 km².
  • It is made up of two provinces: West Irian Papua and Papua

Indonesia grows coffee in 5 of its 7 regions.

Kalimantan is the only one that does not grow coffee

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