Sik District

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Sik District
District of Malaysia
Country  Malaysia
State  Kedah
Seat Sik
Government
 • District officer Datuk Haji Ismail Bin Haji Said
Area
 • Total 1,634.6 km2 (631.1 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 63,865
 • Density 39/km2 (100/sq mi)

The Sik District (Jawi: سيك) is a district in Kedah, Malaysia.

The population of Sik is 63,865, the majority ethnic group being Malay.

Sik is famous for the Muda River, which is the longest river in Kedah and the Beris Dam, which is a water supply dam completed in 2004 at a cost of RM360 million. A popular attraction nearby is Beris Vineyard which has attracted thousands of visitors since its opening.

Administrative divisions[edit]

Sik District is divided into 3 mukims, which are:[1]

  • Sik Town
  • Sok
  • Jeneri

Government[edit]

Sik District is administered by Sik District Council.

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References[edit]

Coordinates: 5°49′8″N 100°44′34″E / 5.81889°N 100.74278°E / 5.81889; 100.74278