Capital of Province : Kupang.
Border Area :
East: Democratic Republic of Timor Leste.
West: West Nusa Tenggara.
North: Flores Sea.
South: Indian Ocean.
Geographical Location : 7o46’36.34” - 11o00’32.55” South Latitude and 118o55’20.79” - 125o08’22.34” East Longitude.
Total Area : 4,734,990 Ha.
Population : 4,899,260 people (2012).
Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) : IDR 13.25 trillion (2011), IDR 13.97 trillin (2013).
GRDP per Capita : IDR 7.24 million (2012), IDR 8.17 million (2013)*.
Export : US$ 21.24 million (2013), US$ 20.79 million (2014)**
Import : US$ 27.05 million (2013), US$ 31.91 million (2014)**
*) GRDP catalog District / City in Indonesia 2009 - 2013, the Central Bureau of Statistics. Excluding the petroleum and gas.
**) Export-Import Statistics catalog of East Nusa Tenggara, 2014, BPS NTT Province.
Airport: Eltari Airport, Frans Sales Lega Airport, Gewayantana Airport, Haliwen Airport, H.H. AeroboesmanAirport, Komodo Airport, Lekunik Airport, Mali Airport, Soa Airport, Tambolaka Airport, Tardamu Airport, Umbu Mehang Kunda Airport, Wai Oti Airport, and Wonopito Airport.
Highway: State Highway (1,406.68 km), Provincial Highway (2.718,89 km), District/City Road (15,896.57 km).
Port: Atapupu Port, Baranusa Port, Ende Port, Labuan Bajo Port, Larantuka Port, Maumere Port, Raa-Rote Port, Reo Port, Tenau-Kupang Port, Waikelo Port, and Waingapu Port.
Industrial Zone: N/A
Land Transportation: N/A
City Transportation: N/A
Communication Network (Optical Fiber & Data Access) :
Mataram-Kupang Cable System (MKCS) is a communications cable that stretches along 1,851 km connecting Mataram and Kupang. The cable stretches along 1,041 km in the sea with 6 station points which are Mataram, Sumbawa Besar, Raba, Waingapu and Kupang. The other 810 km is inland cable with 15 station points ie Mataram, Pringgbaya, Newmont, Taliwang, Sumbawa Besar, Ampang, Dompu, Raba, Labuhan Bajo, Ruteng, Bajawa, Ende, Maumere, Waingapu and Kupang. This program is successfully built and was a succession of master program of Palapa Ring namely telecommunications technology improvement program and the accelerated development of Eastern Indonesia Region.*
In order to answer the needs of national power, the government announced the construction and infrastructure development in the field of electrical energy through the provision of power generation by 35 GW over the next five years (2015-2019). The total demand for electricity in the entire region of Nusa Tenggara is 0.70 GW and 0.67 GW of electricity procurement will be handled by the PLN. While the remainder, 0.03 GW will be handled through Independent Power Producer (IPP). Investment in this area is very beneficial considering competitive labor costs in Asia, a successful partnership between investors and PLN last five years and the support of the Government of Indonesia through the State Investment List in 2014. In addition, Indonesia is also supported by an abundance of coal supply, solar energy, hydropower and geothermal resources.
Regional Minimum Wage : IDR 1.01 million (2013), IDR 1.15 million (2014).
Number of Job Seekers : 11,150 people (2012).
Government of East Nusa Tenggara province provide broad support for the growth of investment. One obvious form of such support is the creation of integrated services in consulting, field assistance and the issuance of investment licenses (for the moment reserved to domestic investment) as a form of non-fiscal incentives that are needed by the investor. Address and telephone number of integrated service office are as follows:
Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) of East Nusa Tenggara Province
Jl. Kejora No. 1, UPT Taman Budaya, Kupang
Phone: 0380 - 839502, 8036079
Fax: 0380 - 840072
Office of East Nusa Tenggara Governor
Jl.Raya El Tari No. 52, Kupang
Agriculture : Corn, soybeans, potatoes, pineapple, banana, sweet potato, and cassava.
Plantation : Cocoa, coffee, coconuts, cloves, cashew, castor, cotton, candlenut pepper, nutmeg, araca, tobacco, vanilla.
Livestock : Cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, buffalo, and horses.
Services : Nature and Cultural Tourism
Fisheries : Wild fisheries, aquaculture, mariculture, rice cultivation, ponds farming.