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Bandar Lampung is the capital and largest city of the Indonesian province of Lampung. Located on the southern tip of Sumatra, Bandar Lampung was originally called Tanjungkarang–Telukbetung, since it was a unification of two major settlements in Lampung, before being renamed in 1983.[3]
The city and South Lampung Regency (which borders the city on its northern and eastern sides) are major transmigrasi recipients for those seeking respite from the crushing population densities and traffic nightmare of Jakarta, yet able to take advantage of proximity. so this city became the largest city in Lampung and the third largest city on the island of Sumatra.
The city's area is about 118.5 km², with a population of 881,801 at the 2010 Census; the latest estimate (for 2015) is 1,166,761.

Bandarlampung is the capital and largest city of Lampung; this is the southern-most province on the island of Sumatra. The city acts as an inter-island hub and main gateway to Sumatra from Java. As the fourth largest city in Sumatra, Bandarlampung plays a pivotal role in the development and economic activities of the island.
Located approximately 165 kms northwest of Jakarta, the city is the starting point for visitors before making trips to the Way Kambas National Park, the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, the still active remnants of Krakatau Mountain, and many other attractions that found throughout this province.

Bandarlampung is an amalgamation of two separate towns; Tanjungkarang on the hilly areas and Teluk Betung on the coast of Lampung Bay. In 1990, the two towns, along with Panjang area converged into a single integrated city.

Krui is the capital of the West Coast District that located in the coastal areas of the Indian Ocean. As a coastal area, Krui has tourism potential, especially for beach tourism. Krui is famous as a tourist destination for foreign tourists that primary going for surfing.

Not only Bali island, Krui is also the perfect place that has a stunning beauty for surfing and sea lovers. At first glance it looks like Lombok island but Krui has some advantages than Lombok. Krui has high waves and the green hills. Many worldwide tourists said that this is paradise. Krui is the most complete tourist area for those who love surfing. You can choose one of beaches along Krui such as Tanjung Setia and Berandai Beach. Krui beach has waves up to 5 meters with an uninterrupted wave along 200 meters. Tremendous!

If you love dive, Krui has a good location for dive around the Pisang Island which is filled with marine life and beautiful coral. If you are sunset hunter you will enjoy a beautiful sunset in the Indian Ocean.

Anak Krakatau Island is the youngest island in Indonesia and it such a small volcanic island that located between Small Rakata Island and Sertung Island. This island was founded in 1928, and it was disappeared in 1929. Fortunately, it began to reappear again on 1930, together with the eruptions.

On 1935, this island was almost in round shape with diameter of 1200 m and 63 m height. On 1955, this island was getting higher for about 155m above sea level. On 1959, this island was have its eruption again and it was releasing hot black smoke from the crater for about 600 m height, together with other volcanic activities. After the eruption, this island is getting higher 7-9 meter per year. Anak Krakatau Island is apparently included in the Krakatau Nature Reserve, which is overseen by the Agency for Natural Resources Conservation Lampung.

Harapan Beach is located about 10 km from the Tanggamus Regency Government Office. At the moment is gotten the crossing seaport that served the Kota Agung - Tabuan Island - Tirom - Tampang - Belimbing route. At this time around the location developed several supporting facilities, like trade facilities took the form of the market and shops, accommodation means took the form of 2 jasmine hotels and three restaurants.

Kencana Lepus is Lampung Traditional house that suprisingly becomes rare in Lampung. The most authentic one is located in Jl. Diponegoro No. 56, in Sukadana Village, East Lampung Regency.

Kencana Lepus has character design of black painted which has been designated as a cultural reserve featuring collections and information on the cultural history of the province. This house has 24 x 20 meter wide and it was build in the mid of 17th Century or around 1650, during the reign of Minak Rio Kudu Islam.
Initially, the house was built by using nangi wood without the use of any nail, and the featured roof tiles is brought especially from the city of Palembang in the neighboring province of Central Sumatra. At that time, the house was one of the largest and most luxurious in the region.

Today, the house is under the care of Hj.Uzunuhir who is the heir to the original owner of the house. She is the wife of the late Suttan Kencana, who initiated the transformation of the house to become Lampung’s House on Cultural Information, carrying the name Kencana Lepus. The name “Kencana” itself was taken from the husband’s name, while “Lepus” was the title given to Hj. Uzunuhir.

The Kencana Lepus House on Lampung’s Cultural Information plays an important role in supporting the Lampung Museum as media to preserve some of the historical collections of the province. The traditional house gathers, preserves, and showcases some of the most valuable cultural items of Lampung, besides replicas, as well as provides information on all aspects of the culture in Lampung.