Ciracas is a subdistrict (kecamatan) of East Jakarta, one of the five administrative cities which form Jakarta, Indonesia. Ciracas is the southernmost subdistrict of Jakarta. The area of Cibubur Scout's camping ground complex is located partly within the Ciracas subdistrict, although the main camping ground area is located in Cipayung subdistrict. The boundaries of Ciracas Subdistrict are Cipinang River to the west, Cipinang River - Jambore Road to the south, Jagorawi Tollroad to the east, and Kelapa Dua Wetan Road to the north.

Map of Ciracas subdistrict
Location in Java
Coordinates: 6°19′37″S 106°52′30″E
Country Indonesia
ProvinceDKI Jakarta
Administrative cityEast Jakarta
  Camat (Subdistrict Mayor)Musa Syafrudin
  Total16.08 km2 (6.21 sq mi)
  Density17,597/km2 (45,580/sq mi)
Time zone+7


During the Dutch East Indies period, Ciracas was officially transferred to the administration of the government of Regentschap Buitenzorg. In 1976, Ciracas was incorporated into Pasar Rebo subdistrict, East Jakarta. Subsequently, in 1991 Pasar Rebo was split into two subdistricts, Pasar Rebo itself and Ciracas as a new subdistrict.

Kelurahan (administrative villages)

The subdistrict of Ciracas is divided into 5 administrative villages (kelurahan):

  • Cibubur - postal code 13720
  • Kelapa Dua Wetan - postal code 13730
  • Ciracas - postal code 13740
  • Susukan - postal code 13750
  • Rambutan - postal code 13830

List of important places

  • Kampung Rambutan Bus Terminal, mainly serves inter-provincial inter-city buses
  • Cibubur market
  • Graha Pemuda (part of the Cibubur scout's camping ground complex)
  • Sport Hall Ciracas, one of the venues planned for SEA Games 2011

Toll Road Access

Toll RoadToll GateKM
Jagorawi Toll RoadCibubur13
Jakarta Outer Ring RoadKampung Rambutan31
Bambu Apus34
TMII-Bogor Toll Road (planned)Ciracas7


  1. Perangkat Daerah Provinsi DKI Jakarta (DKI Jakarta Province Regional Administrators)
  2. "Ciracas in Figures". BPS Kota Administratif Jakarta Timur. 2018. Retrieved August 30, 2019.
  3. "DKI Jakarta Province in Figures". BPS Provinsi DKI Jakarta. 2019. Retrieved August 30, 2019.

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