Port of Tanjung Emas is a seaport in Semarang, Indonesia. It is the seaport in Semarang, the capital city of Central Java. It is located about 5 km from Tugu Muda of the city center. It was constructed in the nineteenth century by the Dutch colonial government, for use in exporting sugar and various agricultural products coming from the hinterlands in Central Java, replacing a heavily silted, pre-colonial port. The port has been operated by Pelindo III since 1985. In 2017, Pelindo III announced plans for a land reclamation of 22 hectares with a budget of USD 110 million, as part of future port development.

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06º51´48”LS to 110º22´00"BT.
006º53´00”S to 006º57´00"S.
110º24´00”E to 110º26´00"E.
Port Code IDSRG
GMT +7 Public Port 4,000 passengers / 4,200m2
Anchorage
06º51´48”S to 110º22´24 BT
Channel
Length: 800M
Depth: -15m LWS
Maximum width: 100 meters
Berth
Number: 2 (two)
(1) The Nusantara Pier
Length 320 meters
Depth -8m00 LWS to -10m00 LWS
(2) The Samudera Pier
Length 575m
Depth -11m00 LWS
Reserve Berth
Depth: -11m00 LWS Max LOA: 300 Meters
Bollard
Numbers: 21 Capasity: 50 tons
Wharf
320m
Turning Basin
Minimum depth: -10m
Diameter: 500 meters
Width: 600 meters
CLOSEST Ahmad Yani International Airport (SRG) / (7.5 Km).
CLOSEST Semarang City (4.6 Km)
HOSPITAL 1. Semarang Medical Center/Rumah Sakit Telogorejo (7.3km)
2. Kariadi Hospital Semarang (8.1 Km)
3. RS Columbia Asia Semarang(10.5 Km)
4. Tugurejo Regional Public Hospital (12.4 Km)
5. Hospital K.R.M.T Wongsonegoro Semarang (16.3 Km)
Port Operator

PELINDO III
Jl Coaster No. 10, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

Immigration Office

Semarang Immigration Office
Address: Pedurungan Lor, Semarang City,
Central Java 50192, Indonesia
Website: https://semarang.imigrasi.go.id/
Phone: +62 247 623144
Distance: 10.7 km drive by car from port

Customs Office

KPPBC Type Associate Customs
Address: Jl. Arteri Yos Sudarso, Semarang Central Java 50144, Indonesia
Phone: +62 247 6631 968 | +62 247 6631 966
Fax: +62 247 6631 966
Email: pli.temas@gmail.com

Tanjung Emas Customs Goods Inspection Post
Address: Tanjung Mas, North Semarang, Central Java 50174, Indonesia
Distance: 800m from port

Office of Customs and Excise Supervision and Service of Tanjung Emas Customs Type
Address: Jl. Arteri, Jl Yos Sudarso, Tawangsari, Semarang 50144, Central Java, Indonesia
Website: http://bctemas.beacukai.go.id/
Phone: +62 2476 631966

220 V
Emergency Contact Numbers Police : +62 4209 40/110
Ambulance : +62 2422039/289613
Fire Brigade : +62 24113
Coast Guard : +62 2427915
Rupiah (IDR)

For most current and prevailing Tariff for Port of Tanjung Emas – Semarang, please contact:   

PELINDO III
Website : www.pelindo.co.id
Email : info@pelindo.co.id

The most recent government regulation of Port Tariff issued by the Ministry of Transportation, Republic of Indonesia can be viewed here

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Places of Interest Around Tanjung Emas


As the Capital city of Central Java province, Semarang sits on the northern coast of the Java Sea. With a population of 1.8 million spread over 373.8 square kilometers, it presents a melting pot of Javanese and Chinese culture which has blended beautifully throughout the city in the form of buildings, cuisine, and meeting places across the city. Semarang has been a major port since the Dutch colonial era and remains a busy trading city today.

The rich culture and history painted the city’s architecture. The traditional Javanese carving details, old colonial buildings, vibrant Chinatown, and immaculate temples can be found all over the city. Visitors can marvel at the combination of cultural diversity and the advancing modern Javanese scene when docking at Tanjung Emas Port. Semarang is a host to a large ethnic Chinese population. Semarang is the gateway for cruise ships passenger to visit the Borobudur, Buddhist temple built half almost 900 years ago. It is one of the world’s heritage.

Borobudur Temple

(2 hours 43 minutes by car, via toll road)
Visit this majestic 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple in Magelang regency, 100 Km from the harbor. It is the world's largest Buddhist temple. The temple consists of nine stacked platforms, six square and three circular, topped by a central dome. It is decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues. The central dome is surrounded by 72 Buddha statues, each seated inside a perforated stupa. Due to the distance and travel time, visitors may not have a lot of time to explore this destination. Please contact your tour operator whether this trip is feasible.

Lawang Sewu

(26 minutes by car)
Lawang Sewu is a historic building formerly occupied by the Dutch colonies. Its name describes its main feature, in which there are thousand doors and windows in the complex. The building is rich with history during the independence and urban legend myths that attracts horror/supernatural enthusiasts to visit the landmark at all hours of the day.

Tugu Muda

(22 minutes by car)
Tugu Muda (The Monument of the Youth) commemorates the youth’s battle against the Japanese during the fight for the nation’s independence in 1945. It represents the spirit and passion for freedom of the time and hopes to instill that for generations to come. It is walking distance from Lawang Sewu.

Central Java Grand Mosque

(25 minutes by car)
Inspired by the Mecca and Medina architectural style, the mosque complex consists of three main buildings and the domed mosque in the middle, covering about 25 acres. It is a the landmark of the Muslim influence which has been in the city for centuries and a place of worship for its majority population.

Pagoda Avalokitesvara

(34 minutes by car, via toll road)
This temple is a 7-tiered pagoda with intricate carvings and big Buddha statue in the backyard. Standing tall at 45 M, the Pagoda offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Buddhist religious tradition firsthand.

Solo

(1 hour 49 minutes by car, via toll road)
This neighboring city in Central Java boasts charming historic buildings, delicious dishes served in local stalls and restaurants, and eclectic stores adorning the area. Take a long walk around the city and take photos of the wall murals painted on awnings and storefronts, as you bask in the warm and hospitable environment. Due to the distance and travel time, visitors may not have a lot of time to explore this destination. Please contact your tour operator whether this trip is feasible.

Candi Gedong Songo

(34 minutes by car, via toll road)
Built sometime around the 8th and 9th century, this complex of Hindu temples show strong influence from the Indian Hindu temple architecture and boasts statues and shrines of the gods. It has since undergone a major refurbishment in recent decades to retain its charm and beauty.

Kampung Batik Semarang

(34 minutes by car, via toll road)
This village is dedicated to the craft of batik-making and offers a unique shopping experience where visitors can see how it’s made. Marvel in the intricate patterns, and buy various batik products, and don’t forget to take pictures in front of the colorful wall murals!

Paragon City Mall

(34 minutes by car, via toll road)
Paragon City Mall is the biggest shopping center in the city, and boasts restaurants, department stores, amenities, a cinema, and even the Crowne Plaza Hotel on top of it. It is a wonderful place to take a break from cultural sightseeing and get immersed in the winding, modern halls of the mall.
PELINDO III - Tanjung Emas, Semarang

Jl. Coaster No. 10, Semarang 50116

Phone: +62 243 545721 | +62 245 44491
Fax: +62 243 542649

Kantor Kesahbandaran dan Otoritas Pelabuhan Kelas I Tanjung Emas

Jl. Yos Sudarso No. 30, North Semarang

Phone: +62 24 354 0687

The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (BAKAMLA)

Established in 1972, The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia) is a maritime patrol and rescue agency of the Republic of Indonesia.

Address (Headquarter)
Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta, Indonesia 10320

Indonesian Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Center (PUSHIDROSAL)

Pushidrosal is the authority to serve as the official provider of hydro-oceanographic activities, including oceanographic data, map, publications and navigation safety, both military and public, in Indonesia. This authority reports to the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy.

Address (Headquarter)
Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara Indonesia

Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation (HUBLA)

Directorate General of Sea Transportation is part of the Ministry of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia and has a primary task in formulating and executing technical policies and standardization of sea transportation in Indonesia.

Address (Headquarter)
Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No.8, Gambir, Jakarta 10110, Indonesia

Andhika GAC Indonesia (Shipping Agent)

Wisma Staco, 2nd floor, Suite 201, Jl. Casablanca Kav. 18, Jakarta 12870, Indonesia.

Phone: +62 811 9700083

Belvamas Maritime

Perkantoran Pulomas – Block III No. 12, Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan, Jakarta 13260, Indonesia

Phone: +62 21 2961 7222

CV. Gamarends Marine Supply

Jl. Masjid No. 15 Asem Rowo, Surabaya, East Java 60182, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 9901 8442 | +62 31 9904 3570

PT Indomarco Adi Prima (Food & Beverages)

Jl. Raya Demak, Semarang 50112, Central Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 2465 80405

PT Janata Marina Indah Unit II (Shipyards/Repairs/Maintenance/Workshops)

Jl. Yos Sudarso, Bandarharjo, North Semarang 50175, Central Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 2435 58450

PT. Jasa Marina (Shipyards/Repairs/Maintenance/Workshops)

Pelabuhan Tanjung Emas Unit 1, Jl. Deli No. 21, Semarang 50129, Central Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 2435 12040

CV. Mantika Marine Services (Shipyards/Repairs/Maintenance/Workshops)

Jl. Ikan Mungsing VI No 35, Tanjung Perak, East Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 357 3557
Fax : +62 31 354 1671

PT. Samudera Perdana

Jl. Walisongo No. 60 Tugurejo, Tugu, Semarang 50151, Indonesia

Phone : +62 24 7603 573

PT. Silkargo Indonesia (Samudera Indonesia Tangguh)

Rukan Pemuda Mas Block A Kav. B-7: Jl. Pemuda No. 150, Semarang 50132, Central Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 24 3588 966

PT Talenta Gelora Serafim

Komplek Pertamina Tugu K. 19, Jakarta 14260, Indonesia

Phone : +62 21 4393 5708
Mobile : +62 812 639 606 92

PT. United Marine Indonesia

Jl. Bulak Rukem Timur 2J No. 5, Surabaya 14240, East Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 9992 4123
Mobile : +62 819 9959 3557

PT. Yasa Wahana Tirta Samudera (Shipyards/Repairs/Maintenance/Workshops)

Jl. Deli No. 17, Tanjung Mas, North Semarang 50136, Central Java, Indonesia

Bayu Buana Travel Services

Tour Centre:
Address :Jl. Ir. H. Juanda III No. 2, Jakarta 10120, Indonesia

Phone: +62 21 2350 9925

Turisma Travel Services

Jl. Gedung Batu Utara IV No. 4, Semarang, Indonesia

Phone: +62 878 9894 4006

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