Cakung is a district (kecamatan) of East Jakarta, Indonesia. The district is roughly bounded by Bekasi Raya Road to the west, the Bekasi Raya Road - Petukangan canal to the north, a portion of Cakung river to the east, and the Jakarta-Bandung-Surabaya railway to the south. A large area in Cakung is allotted to industrial or agricultural use. The Pulogadung industrial complex is located in the district. The district is served by Jakarta's outer ringroad.

Cakung is located in Java
Cakung is located in Indonesia
Coordinates: 6°11′05″S 106°56′35″E / 6.18472°S 106.94306°E / -6.18472; 106.94306Coordinates: 6°11′05″S 106°56′35″E / 6.18472°S 106.94306°E / -6.18472; 106.94306
Country Indonesia

The city hall of East Jakarta is located in Pulogebang Administrative Villages in Cakung. Newly built Pulo Gebang Bus Terminal, which is arguably the largest of its kind, also located in this area.

The Cakung Drain is a flood canal that begins from Cakung, starting at the confluence of Cakung River and Buaran river, flows to the north, and flows out to the Jakarta Bay via Cilincing Administrative Village in Cilincing District of the city of North Jakarta.

Kelurahan (Administrative Villages)Edit

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The bdistrict of Cakung is divided into 7 kelurahan or administrative villages:

List of important placesEdit


  1. ^ "Terminal Pulo Gebang bakal menjadi terbesar di Asia Tenggara". September 14, 2012.
  2. ^ "Besok Semua Penumpang Mudik Jawa Tengah dan Jawa Timur Dialihkan ke Terminal Pulogebang". July 1, 2016.