Lake Bera is a natural freshwater lake system located in Jerantut. The lake that is the largest lake in Malaysia. It is a home to the indigenous people from the Semelai tribe.
The nearby area is rich with flora and fauna. It has an ecosystem that supports the diversity of wild animals and plant life. The view around the lake is beautiful and breathtaking. It is also a haven for fishing enthusiast.
Besides fishing, the visitors can also do other activities such as kayaking and jungle trekking.
The lake has been protected under the Ramsar Convention since November 1994, which allows traditional use of the area to continue.
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Depends on the boat and home stay operators.
There is no entrance fee for the lake.
Package : RM 250 and above.
Hear From Others
The lake is a wonderland. We pass between what look like floating islands of reed like plants. The boat stops just adjacent to a large bush of pitcher plants, the first time that I am seeing them in the wild.
Tasik Bera needs you to have the time and patience to appreciate her environs. The time to look for the things you heard or seen and expecting to be lucky rather than deserving.
Rabani HM. Ayub
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