Lubuklinggau

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Lubuklinggau
City of Lubuklinggau
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Museum of the Lubuk Linggau army detachment
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Motto(s): 
Sebiduk Semare
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Location within South Sumatra
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Lubuklinggau
Location in Southern Sumatra, Sumatra and Indonesia
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Lubuklinggau
Lubuklinggau (Sumatra)
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Lubuklinggau
Lubuklinggau (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 3°17′48″S102°51′42″E / 3.29667°S 102.86167°E / -3.29667; 102.86167
Country Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Province Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg  South Sumatra
Founded21 June 2001
Government
  MayorPrana Putra Sohe
  Vice MayorSulaiman Kohar
Area
  Total401.50 km2 (155.02 sq mi)
Population
 (2020 Census) [1] [2]
  Total234,166
  Density580/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
  Density rank79
Time zone UTC+7 (Indonesia Western Time)
Area code (+62) 733
Website lubuklinggaukota.go.id

Lubuklinggau, is a city in South Sumatra, Indonesia. It has an area of 419.80 km² and had a population of 201,308 at the 2010 Census [3] and 234,166 at the 2020 Census. The city was formerly part of the Musi Rawas Regency from which it was separated in 2001.

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Geography

The city borders the Rejang Lebong Regency in Bengkulu to the south and west. It also borders the Musi Rawas Regency to the north and east.

Administrative Districts

The city is divided into eight districts (kecamatan), listed below with their areas and their populations at the 2010 Census [4] and 2020 Census: [5]

NameArea in
km2.
Population
Census 2010
Population
Census 2020
Lubuklinggau Barat I54.8130,37738,340
Lubuklinggau Barat II10.8421,34020,938
Lubuklinggau Selatan I85.1513,90516,012
Lubuklinggau Selatan II37.2626,44733,242
Lubuklinggau Timur I13.9030,68534,290
Lubuklinggau Timur II10.1230,93533,023
Lubuklinggau Utara I152.3015,31317,907
Lubuklinggau Utara II37.1132,30640,414
Totals401.50201,308234,166

Transportation

The Trans-Sumatran Highway at Lubuklinggau Trans-Sumatran Central Highway (Jalan Yos Sudarso or AH151), Lubuklinggau, SS (2).jpg
The Trans-Sumatran Highway at Lubuklinggau
NAM Air Boeing 737-500 at Silampari Airport NAM Air 737-500.jpg
NAM Air Boeing 737-500 at Silampari Airport

Lubuklinggau is situated on the highway between Palembang and Bengkulu. There are many forms of public transportation in Lubuklinggau, such as becak and angkot. Lubuklinggau is served by Silampari Airport, which is located around 5 km from town. The airport served several flights to Palembang and Jakarta. Railroad tracks connect Lubuklinggau with Palembang to the east. There are two daily train trips from the Lubuklinggau Station to Kertapati Station in Palembang and vice versa.

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References

  1. Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  2. "Hasil Populasi Sensus 2010". BPS. Archived from the original on 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2010-12-26.
  3. Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  4. Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  5. Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.

Coordinates: 3°17′48″S102°51′42″E / 3.29667°S 102.86167°E / -3.29667; 102.86167