Gading (Perigi)

GADING (PERIGI)

The Gunung Gading National Park near Lundu is world-famous for its Rafflesia flowers which regularly bloom near the Park headquarters. During those times, tourists flock to see the largest flower in the world but it can be difficult to predict and the blooming period is very short. It seems to be most common in November, December, February and March but can happen at any time of the year. There is also some very good trekking in the Park.

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Serapi

SERAPI

Gunung Serapi is located in Kubah National Park and is near to the Matang wildlife sanctuary. At 911m, it is the tallest peak in the Kuching area. It can easily be climbed in a single day, as most hikers complete the trek in 5 hours or less and it is a very popular jogging spot. The mountain is actually known as the Matang range, and Serapi is the highest peak of the range.

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Pugung

Facts Elevation: 1,964 m (6,444 ft) Prominence: 990 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Lampung Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Bagging It! Unknown at present. Practicalities Getting there: There are regular buses from Bandar Lampung (Rajabasa terminal) to Liwa (where you can change) and one bus per day direct to Ranau. There is even […]

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Belumut

Facts Elevation: 1,010 m (3,314 ft) Prominence: 975 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Gunung Belumut is located in the Hutan Lipur Gunung Lumut (Mount Belumut Recreational Forest) and is a dayhike, requiring about 4 hours up and 3 hours back down. There are 3 […]

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Manukoko

Facts Elevation: 995 m (3,264 ft) Prominence: 995 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Timor Leste (East Timor) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none Photos Bagging It! Gunung Manucoco (995 m), sometimes spelt ‘Manukoko’ (probably the Indonesian spelling), is the highest point on the island of Atauro (pronounced ‘ata-uro’) and located on its southern-most corner. […]

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