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|District of Malaysia|
|• District officer||Razihan Bin Adzharuddin|
|• Total||2,228 km2 (860 sq mi)|
|• Density||40/km2 (100/sq mi)|
The Bera District (Jawi:ﺑﺮﺍ; Chinese: 百乐) is a district in Pahang, Malaysia. Bera district is founded on February 1, 1992, following the breaking up of the Temerloh district. Once considered as problematic area (illegal land exploration), Bera emerged as an important district especially in the agriculture sector. The district got the name from the Malaysia's largest freshwater lake, Lake Bera. According to the Orang Asli Semelai, Bera derived its name from a type of seaweed, ‘’Reba’’. Located in the south-west of Pahang, the district bordered Temerloh and Maran on the north, Rompin on the east, Bentong on the west and Jempol district of Negeri Sembilan on the south-west. Bera district is known for Bera Lake, a freshwater lake and its surrounding wetlands, that has been protected under the Ramsar Convention since November 1994.
Bera district is home to 88,800 people (estimate 2008), with the Malay/Bumiputra formed the majority (55,000) (61.94%), the Chinese with 22,500 people (25.34%), the Indian with 4,400 people (4.95%), while the Others and Non-citizen with 400 (0.45%) and 6,500 (7.32%), respectively.
Federal Parliament and State Assembly Seats
Bera district representative in the Federal Parliament (Dewan Rakyat)
|Parliament||Seat Name||Member of Parliament||Party|
|P90||Bera||Ismail Sabri Yaakob||BN|
List of Bera district representatives in the State Legislative Assembly (Dewan Undangan Negeri)
|Parliament||State||Seat Name||State Assemblyman||Party|
|P90||N38||Triang||Leong Ngah Ngah||DAP|
|P90||N39||Kemayan||Mohd Fadil Osman||BN|
Bera has 2 mukim or subdistricts.
- Bera (165,094 Ha)
- Teriang (56,350 Ha) (Capital)
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