Gading Serpong is a planned township, 21 km west of Jakarta at Kelapa Dua and Pagedangan, Tangerang Regency of Banten province in Indonesia.

Gading Serpong
Other name(s)Summarecon Serpong
Paramount Serpong
LocationKelapa Dua, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
DeveloperSummarecon Serpong
(PT Summarecon Agung Tbk)
Paramount Land
(PT Paramount Enterprise International)
PlannerPT Jakarta Baru Cosmopolitan (joint venture of PT Summarecon Agung and Batik Keris Group)
Technical details
Size1,500 hectares
Surya Research Center at Gading Serpong (Now, SMP Islam Al-Azhar 41 Summarecon Serpong)

Since the township is co-developed, Gading Serpong consists of two main area, Summarecon Serpong (for area developed by PT Summarecon Agung Tbk) and Paramount Serpong (for area developed by PT Paramount Enterprise International or Paramount Land). However, it is often still refereed as Gading Serpong or shortened to GS.

With total area of 1,500 hectares,[1] Gading Serpong is one of the elite planned satellite cities in Western Greater Jakarta (South Tangerang and Tangerang Regency), adjacent to Lippo Karawaci to the west, BSD City to the south, and Alam Sutera to the east.[2]



The township development started in 1998 by PT Jakarta Baru Cosmopolitan (JBC),[3] which is a joint venture by Keris Group (who is known for their Batik Keris brand) and a reputable developer, Summarecon.[4]

In 2004, to accelarate the development of Gading Serpong, Summarecon and Keris Group agreed to dissolve JBC, and separate the JBC's area equally, for each develop and manage their own respective area.[3][5] The Summaercon part is known as Summarecon Serpong, while the Keris Group area was then known as Ambassador Gading Serpong.[5] Both of the companies do not view each other as competitor, since both companies has a different view on development strategy.[5]

In 2006, Ambassador Gading Serpong is taken over by Paramount Lake, and rename the area as Paramount Land.[5]


  • Pradita University
  • Multimedia Nusantara University
  • Multimedia Nusantara Polythecnic
  • Summarecon Mall Serpong
  • Big Ben International Centre for English, Music and the Arts
  • Christian School BPK Penabur Gading Serpong
  • Pahoa Integrated School
  • Tunas Bangsa Christian School
  • Salsa Food City
  • Sinpasa Modern Market
  • The Springs Club
  • Summarecon Car Exchange
  • Emerald Car Market
  • SMP Islam Al-Azhar 41 Summarecon Serpong
  • Scientia Convention Center
  • Garden Walk & Food Village
  • Scientia Square Park
  • Summarecon Digital Center
  • Gading Raya Padang Golf & Club
  • Partner 10
  • Plaza Summarecon
  • St. Carolus Women And Children's Hospital
  • Plaza Summarecon Serpong
  • Ibis Hotel
  • Atria - Hotel & Conference Center
  • Paramount Residences Apartments
  • Paramount Skyline Complex
  • Gereja Katolik Santa Maria Benteng Gading
  • Bethsaida Hospital
  • Hotel Fame Serpong



Gading Serpong has direct access to Jakarta-Merak Toll Road and Jakarta Outer Ring Road. TransJakarta operates feeder bus routes from the township to different areas of Jakarta.[6] Serpong railway station and the adjacent Rawa Buntu station of Jakarta Commuter Rail is located close to the township.

See also



  1. ^ "Summarecon Serpong". Archived from the original on 2017-06-14. Retrieved 2017-05-25.
  2. ^ Indonesia, Bisnis. "Koridor Gading Serpong Menjelma Kawasan Elit Dilirik Investor - Bisnis Indonesia". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2024-01-17.
  3. ^ a b Indonesia, Bisnis. "Pengembangan Kawasan Gading Serpong Jadi Pusat Ekonomi Baru - Bisnis Indonesia". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2024-01-17.
  4. ^ Saputra, Dian. "Makan Waktu Belasan Tahun, Begini Perjalanan Kota Mandiri Gading Serpong". detikproperti (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2024-01-17.
  5. ^ a b c d Media, Kompas Cyber (2023-07-20). "Gading Serpong "The City That Never Sleeps" yang Terus Melesat Halaman all". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2024-01-17.
  6. ^ "Transjakarta Buka 2 Rute Baru, Ciputat-Bundaran HI dan BSD-Slipi". 6 June 2016.

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