// Kepulauan Riau

The Riau islands lie between Sumatra, Borneo and mainland Asia. Daik is a fantastic peak with rocky spires so difficult to climb that nobody has done so yet. Jantan is a straightforward, short hike offering views to Singapore and mainland Malaysia. Ranai is the most isolated Ribu but also the Ribu closest to an airport.

A Selection of Photos of Riau Islands’ Ribus

Gunung Ranai seen in the late afternoon (Dan Quinn, September 2013)Gunung Ranai seen in the late afternoon (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Gunung Ranai seen in the late afternoon (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Marker on Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)Marker on Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Marker on Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Indonesian flag at the second highest top of Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)Indonesian flag at the second highest top of Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Indonesian flag at the second highest top of Puncak Serendit on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Entering the forest on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)Entering the forest on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)
Entering the forest on Gunung Ranai (Dan Quinn, September 2013)

Map of Riau Islands’ Ribus


Download these peaks as a kml file.

Statistics and Links to Riau Islands’ Ribus

Name Elevation Prominence Ribu Category Island Bagging Info
Daik 1,165 m 1,165 m Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Lingga
Ranai 1,035 m 1,035 m Google MarkerKurang Tinggi Natuna Besar Yes
Jantan 439m 439 m Google MarkerSpesial Karimun Yes
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