Ogan Ilir Regency

Ogan Ilir Regency
Kabupaten Ogan Ilir
OI Regency
Coat of arms of Ogan Ilir Regency
Nickname: 
OI
Motto(s): 
Caram Seguguk (Kebersamaan dan Gotong Royong/Togetherness and Mutual Cooperation)
Location within South Sumatera
Location within South Sumatera
Coordinates: 3°01′S 104°29′E / 3.02°S 104.48°E / -3.02; 104.48
Sovereign state Indonesia
provinceSouth Sumatra
Regency seatIndralaya
Onder Afdeeling (Dutch rule)as Ogan Ilir ca.1900
Karesidenanas Palembang ca.1945
Kabupaten (Regency)as Ogan Komering Ilir since 1956
Kabupaten (Regency)since 2003
Government
 • TypeRegency
 • Regent / BupatiMawardi Yahya
 • Vice Regent / Wakil BupatiMuhammad Daud Hasyim
Area
 • Total2,666.07 km2 (1,029.38 sq mi)
Population
 (2020 Census)
 • Total416,549
 • Density160/km2 (400/sq mi)
 • Ethnicity
Malay (Ogan Pegagan Penesak) Javanese
 [1]
Time zoneUTC+7 (Western Indonesia Time)
Postcode
306xx, 308xx
Area code(s)+ 62 711 : 0711, + 62 712 : 0712
Distance from Inderalaya to Palembang32 km
Websiteoganilirkab.go.id

Ogan Ilir Regency (abbreviation OI) is a regency of South Sumatra Province, Indonesia. It takes its name from the main river which stream that area, Ogan River. And the name Ilir means downstream. Indralaya is the regency seat. The regency borders Palembang, and Muara Enim Regency to the north, Ogan Komering Ilir Regency to the east, Ogan Komering Ilir Regency, and East Ogan Komering Ulu Regency to the south, and Muara Enim Regency to the west.[2]

Ogan Ilir Regency covers an area of 2,666.07 km², and had a population of 380,904 at the 2010 Census[3] and 416,549 at the 2020 Census.[4]

Administrative districts

Based on Presidential Decree No.37/2003, Ogan Komering Ilir Regency was divided into two regencies, namely Ogan Komering Ilir Regency and Ogan Ilir Regency. Ogan Ilir Regency then included the six districts of Indralaya (as the capital), Tanjung Raja, Tanjung Batu, Muara Kuang, Pemulutan and Rantau Alai. This Regency is now administratively composed of sixteen districts (kecamatan), comprising 241 villages (14 urban kelurahan and 227 rural desa). Their areas (in km2) and their populations at the 2010 Census[5] and the 2020 Census[6] are listed below. The table also includes the locations of the district administrative centres, the number of administrative villages (rural desa and urban kelurahan) in each district, and its postal codes.

Name Area
(in km2)
Population
Census
2010
Population
Census
2020
Administrative
centre (a)
Number
of
villages
Post
code
Muara Kuang 300.75 17,430 19,759 Muara Kuang * 14 30865
Rambang Kuang 528.82 19,780 20,838 Tambang Rambang 13 30869
Lubuk Keliat 207.67 16,484 17,755 Betung II 10 30868
Tanjung Batu 263.75 42,158 46,931 Tanjung Batu Timur * 21 30665
Payaraman 180.57 21,728 25,909 Payaraman Timur * 13 30664
Rantau Alai 62.16 10,713 10,801 Rantai Alai 13 30866
Kandis 50.25 10,293 10,635 Kandis II 12 30867
Tanjung Raya 70.41 40,873 43,612 Tanjung Raja Utara * 19 30663
Rantau Panjang 40.85 16,481 17,029 Rantau Panjang Ulu 12 30661
Sungai Pinang 42.62 23,122 25,896 Sungai Pinang * 13 30662
Pemulutan 122.92 40,708 46,128 Pemulutan Ulu 25 20663
Pemulutan Selatan
(South Pemulutan)
61.49 16,426 16,710 Sungai Lebung
(Lebung River)
15 30663
Pemulutan Barat
(West Pemulutan)
60.00 12,428 13,799 Talang Pangeran Ulu 11 30663
Indralaya 101.22 37,553 40,634 Indralaya Mulya * 20 30862 (b)
Indralaya Utara
(North Indralaya)
472.33 34,421 38,027 Tanjung Pering 16 30862 (c)
Indralaya Selatan
(South Indralaya)
100.26 20,306 22,086 Meranjat III 14 30862
Totals 2,667.07 380,904 416,549 Indralaya 241

Notes: (a) Six of the district administrative centres (indicated by asterisks (") in the column) have the status of kelurahan, while the others are desa. (b) except for four villages - Sakatiga Seberang (with post code of 30814), Tanjung Sejaro (with post code of 30815), Sakatiga (with post code of 30816) and Tanjung Seteko (with post code of 30817). (c) except for two villages - Payakabung (with post code of 30812) and Tanjung Pering (with post code of 30813).

References

  1. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  2. ^ http://www.kemendagri.go.id/pages/profil-daerah/kabupaten/id/16/name/sumatera-selatan/detail/1610/ogan-ilir
  3. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  4. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  5. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  6. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2020.
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