Banyuwangi is the largest district in East Java and being the largest in Java as well, with an area of 5,700 km2, which is bigger than Bali island (5,600 km2). On the coast of Banyuwangi district, there is Ketapang Port, which is the main track between the Java island and Bali island (Gilimanuk Port).
Everything in Banyuwangi is indeed very interesting to be discussed, both in terms of culture, natural tourism or even culinary. One of the tourist destinations that must be visited is Baluran National Park, which invites you to know a variety of rare flora and fauna and offers the beauty of savanna, which surely can be used as a beautiful photo spot. Moreover, there is also Ijen Crater that has a beautiful view with the phenomenon of blue fire. Not only the natural tourism potential, in terms of culinary, Banyuwangi also has a special must-try food, namely rujak soto. These two different types of food turned out to be successfully created by the local resident of Banyuwangi and became a delicious choice of food.
In Banyuwangi itself, there are already several locations with free Internet services provided by the government which is hoped to supporting the community to find information and develop creativity for their own self development. Therefore, Biznet, that has been available in Banyuwangi since 2015, also supports the government's effort by presenting free Internet services in several locations such as Banyuwangi Regional Government office, Village Government Service, and several schools in Banyuwangi.