For The Rakyat


Temerloh Municipal Council Stadium.The former Lembaga Kemajuan Pahang Tenggara (DARA) and Lembaga Kemajuan Wilayah Jengka (LKWJ) areas have been identified as one of ECER’s seven focus nodes.

The Dara and LKWJ consist of five areas namely Jerantut, Maran, Pekan, Rompin and Bera. The developments implemented in the five areas consist of infrastructure, upgrading and maintaining of community facilities, retaining cultural aesthetics of the villages and implementation of strategic projects.

Under a Special Fund established by the Federal Government in 2010, ECERDC is reviving the two areas with the objective of making the areas more conducive place to live. The development of the DARA and LKWJ has also been re-modeled for a better integration between the rural and urban areas in the ECER.


Project Categories
  • Infrastructure
  • Public Amenities
  • Maintenance & Operation
  • Kampung Tradisi
  • Strategic Projects




Jengka Sentral
A new integrated public transport terminal in Bandar Tun Razak, Jengka to replace the old Nadi Kota Terminal.
Muadzam Shah Cattle Research and Innovation Center
The centre will facilitate high impact continuous research in breeding technology and farm management.
SME Marketing and Exhibition Complex
A marketing center to promote local products including handicrafts and food.
Maintenance of Taman Negara- Kuala Tahan
A project to improve the public amenities and cleanliness of the area.

We used to be isolated somewhat, in the sense that some of the council services did not reach us. Our children had to contend with potholes on their way to school. Motorbikes had to swerve from one pothole to another.

But all this has changed. Roads have been upgraded, connectivity between kampungs have been enhanced and stalls have been built to create business opportunities for the residents. Our grateful thanks to ECERDC.

- Hasrul bin Rashid,Resident, Kampung Tradisi, Temerloh -

I am happy to say that more customers patronise my stall now as compared to before. The reason is because the authorities clean this place more regularly, collect garbage daily. This place has been made pleasing to the eyes of the tourists.

- Zuraida binti Ismail, Food )perator, Taman Negara, Kuala Tahan -

On behalf of myself and my fellow residents I extend my appreciation to government bodies such as ECERDC for helping to build a new community centre and upgrade the Kampung Paloh Hinai mosque.This contribution to the village will go a long way to improve the ties among the residents, both socially and spiritually.

- Tn. Hj Abdul Rashid bin Abdul Rahmat Village Head, Kampung Paloh Hinai/Chairman Paloh Hinai Mosque -

As a petanque player, I am very happy to live in a place with 16 covered courts under one roof. I am told this is the longest petanque court in the country. I join the rest of petanque enthusiasts in Bera to thank ECERDC for providing such a facility. I am sure the presence of the court will spark more interest for the sport in Bera

- Zaimi bin Zakaria, Resident,Taman Meranti , Bera -

Before the upgrading of the food stalls here, we used to get customers trickling in. ECERDC has reinvigorated this place. The stalls are better organised, look pleasing to the eyes and customers find it easier to quickly select their buys. At the end of the day, the stall owners and customers are happy.

- Mohd Shafiq bin Azman, Trader, Food Stall Bandar Chini -

Thanks to the upgrading works, customers are finding it easier to patronise the outlets here. More customer visits mean more revenue for us. More revenue means higher income for the families of the traders doing business here. ECERDC’s efforts mean a lot to us.

- Ainon binti Noor,Trader,Pasar Borong Tun Abdul Razak -