A mukim is the second-level administrative division of Brunei, and the primary subdivision of a district. There are 39 mukims in the country. A mukim is led by a penghulu. A mukim encompasses a number of villages (kampung or kampong).[1] Mukims are administered by the district office of the district where they are located.

List of mukims

Mukims of Brunei
Mukims of Brunei
Mukim District Population
(2016)[2]
Map
Berakas 'A' Brunei-Muara[3] 27,223

(note that Gadong 'A' and 'B' are

shown as one entity)

Berakas 'B' 40,710
Burong Pingai Ayer 1,770
Gadong 'A' 34,049
Gadong 'B' 33,637
Kianggeh 8,228
Kilanas 22,492
Kota Batu 12,935
Lumapas 7,756
Mentiri 30,192
Pangkalan Batu 14,492
Peramu 1,111
Saba 1,000
Sengkurong 31,493
Serasa 16,173
Sungai Kebun 4,750
Sungai Kedayan 230
Tamoi 1,389
Bukit Sawat Belait[4] 794
Kuala Balai 31
Kuala Belait 31,308
Labi 1,216
Liang 14,301
Melilas 29
Seria 21,214
Sukang 169
Keriam Tutong[1] 9,707
Kiudang 5,924
Lamunin 4,298
Pekan Tutong 10,551
Rambai 1,404
Tanjong Maya 4,062
Telisai 10,095
Ukong 2,272
Amo Temburong[5] 2,144
Bangar 2,449
Batu Apoi 1,635
Bokok 3,433
Labu 590

References

  1. ^ a b "Tutong District" (PDF). www.information.gov.bn. p. 7-9. Retrieved 1 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Table B2 : Total Population, Households and Occupied Living Quarters by Mukims". Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  3. ^ "Brunei-Muara District" (PDF). www.information.gov.bn. p. 8. Retrieved 1 March 2018.
  4. ^ "Belait District" (PDF). www.information.gov.bn. p. 8-9. Retrieved 1 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Temburong District" (PDF). www.information.gov.bn. p. 8. Retrieved 1 March 2018.