West Java

West Java (Indonesian: Jawa Barat; Sundanese: Jawa Kulon; acronym: Jabar), with a fast growing estimated population of roughly 45 million, is the most populous and most densely populated province of Indonesia, and parts of it comprise the suburban yet dense fringe of Jakarta. Bogor, a city in West Java, has the 2nd highest population density worldwide, while Depok and Bekasi are the 7th and 12th most populated suburbs in the world. Located on the island of Java, it is slightly smaller in area than densely populated Taiwan, but with nearly double the population. Its capital city and largest urban center is Bandung.

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