Kajang

Facts

Elevation: 1,038 m (3,406 ft) Prominence: 1,038 m
Ribu category: Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Province: Peninsular Malaysia
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The extinct volcano of Gunung Kajang is the only significant mountain on the islands off Peninsular Malaysia’s east coast and is home to some endemic species. The most commonly-used trail starts in Kampung Paya and it takes around 5 hours to reach the peak. Most hikers start early and do this as a long day-hike, but camping at the summit is apparently also possible. There is another trail up from Kampung Juara.

There is apparently a metal pyramid at the summit but only very limited views due to the vegetation. Watch out for leeches on this trail.

Tioman island also has a couple of very interesting near-vertical cliffs known as Nenek Si-Mukut which look to be of real interest to rock climbers.

Practicalities

Getting there Most people take the ferry from Mersing to Tioman (which takes just under 2 hours), but there is also an airport on the island with occasional flights from KL.
Accommodation Plenty available to suit various budgets.
Permits There is a Tioman island fee and a Marine fee that all visitors must pay.
Water sources Unknown
Local Average Monthly Rainfall Average precipitation (rain/snow) in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

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