Kapit Division, formed on 2 April 1973, is one of the twelve administrative divisions in Sarawak, Malaysia. It has a total area of 38,934 square kilometres, and is the largest of the administrative divisions of Sarawak.
|Division Office location||Kapit|
|Local area government(s)||Majlis Daerah Kapit (MDK), Majlis Daerah Song (MDS), Majlis Daerah Belaga (MDB)|
|• Total||38,934 km2 (15,033 sq mi)|
|• Density||3.0/km2 (7.6/sq mi)|
|License plate prefix||QP|
Some 86% of the land area is held in forest reserve. The economy is largely agricultural, based on forestry, oil palm, paddy, rubber, banana, and pepper. Other natural resources include coal. The Bakun Dam is based partly in Kapit Division.