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Aston Jember and Convention Center is located in ideal location nearby Gajah Mada street as Jember main district. Less than 20 minutes away the Train Station, Close to many popular restaurants, the inner city business center and Gajah Mada Square which the major shopping mall in Jember Makes Aston Jember as a prime spot for business and leisure travellers.

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Jl. Sentot Prawirodirjo No. 88 Jember East Java

Papuma Beach

Papuma Beach


Tanjung Papuma beach is one of the 10 best beaches in Indonesia TripAdvisor version. Is an area of beautiful white sand beaches combined with protected forests are relatively still awake, making it one of the "paradise" for photography fans. On this beach we can see the sunrise and sunset at the same time in one place named Siti Inggil. Visitors can perform various activities such as water play, sunbathing, fishing, snorkeling, to rock climbing. Is more fun when it continued to enjoy the savory grilled fish, sweet and sour octopus and fresh coconut ice . Various facilities are also available such as lodging facilities such as mosques, camping ground, children playground, outbound and flying fox, as well as the ATV. Various wildlife such as monkeys, monitor lizards, as well as various types of birds are also easy to find. Papuma Cape Coast is located 35 km to the south, about 45 minutes from downtown.

Pusat Penelitian Kopi dan Kakao


Coffee and Cocoa Research Center Indonesia is one of the tourist attraction located in the village agro Nogosari Rambipuji sub-district, about 12 km to the south of Jember. Established since 1911 and is the only research institute of coffee and cocoa in Indonesia. With a land area of ​​160 hectares surrounded by coffee plantations and cocoa (chocolate) beautiful, visitors can see and learn nursery and hatchery, processing, while enjoying the live production of coffee and cocoa in the form of hot / cold drinks, chocolate, candy, until ice cream. The result of this production can be used as  typical of Jember souvenirs. There are also facilities such as library, hall, guest house, tennis courts, mosques, and gazebo.

Tancak Waterfall

Tancak Waterfall


Tancak waterfall located in slope side Argopuro G. southwest town of Jember is altitude of 900 m above sea level. Swift water at the rate of 150 cubic meters per second from a height of 82.00 m seemed to break the silence in the place which is located in the village of Panti Panti subdistrict exactly 16 km from the town of Jember. This place is located on a hilly area Agro Tourism Mountain Coffee Gardens tides. There is also a trekking tour packages for foreign tourists, a row of exquisite natural scenery and cool circled in the clear streams. Invites you to live back to nature.

Cigarete Agro Wisata


Jember is a tobacco town. Coat of Jember states clearly about it. Jember tobacco are well known abroad as one of the packaging materials / wrapper best cigars in the world. When the growing season, as long as the eye can see will look expanse of tobacco plants are shaded by a white roof of the net called waring. In the industrial center Bobbin managed by PTPN X in the village Candijati Arjasa Subdistrict, 10 km to the north of the town of Jember, tourists can see the process of making cigars as well buy it as a souvenir of Jember. Here is made and exhibited cigars of various types and sizes are mostly shipped to foreign countries.

JFC

JFC


Jember Fashion Carnaval or JFC (Indonesian Karnaval Busana Jember) is an annual carnival held in the East Java city of Jember. Officially it is written as Jember Fashion Carnaval; the word carnival here is officially spelled as carnaval, probably a confusion with Indonesian spelling karnaval, or an influence of the Dutch spelling carnaval. Jember Fashion Carnival has no relation with the Christian pre-Lenten festival, but more of a festivities in general, roughly following the Brazilian style, with procession of dancers in extravagant costumes, with emphasis on the traditional Indonesian motif.