|• Total||91.2 km2 (35.2 sq mi)|
|Elevation||4 m (13 ft)|
|Population (2010 Census)|
|• Density||900/km2 (2,300/sq mi)|
|Ethnic groups (2007)|
|• Batak Karo||1.8%|
|• Batak Toba and Batak Simalungun||3.3%|
|• Batak Mandailing||2.6%|
|Religious affiliations (2007)|
|• Roman Catholic||0.5%|
|Time zone||WIB (UTC+7)|
|Distance from Regency capital to district capital||0km|
Stabat is a town in North Sumatra province of Indonesia and it is the seat (capital) of Langkat Regency. The town lies on the road between Medan and Banda Aceh, a short distance past the city of Binjai.
Stabat District is one of the 23 districts of Langkat Regency. Its capital is the town of Stabat. It is bordered by Wampu District to the west, Secanggang District to the north, Binjai to the south, and Hamparan Perak District of Deli Serdang Regency to the east.
Most people in Stabat District are Javanese, however in Pantai Gemi village the majority are Malay.
Stabat has been since the colonial period a centre of government.
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