Kenderong-Kerunai

Facts Elevation: 1,223 m (4,012 ft)Prominence: 903 mRibu category: SpesialProvince: Peninsular MalaysiaMalaysian state: PerakGoogle Earth: kmlRating: Other names: Also spelt ‘Kenderung’. Photos Bagging It! Anyone who has driven along the main road near Gerik in decent weather will have noticed these excellent twin peaks not far to the north of the road. Both have been […]

Continue reading


Bukit Silam

Facts Elevation: 884 m (2,900 ft) Prominence: 656 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Sabah (Malaysia) Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Bukit Silam (Silam Hill) is a small but relatively prominent peak on the north-east coast of Borneo overlooking Darvel Bay. A road leads up to radio masts and Menara Kayangan (Tower […]

Continue reading


Peninjau

Facts Elevation: 1,058 m (3,471 ft)Prominence: 966 mRibu category: SpesialProvince: Peninsular MalaysiaMalaysian state: PerakGoogle Earth: kmlRating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Mount Peninjau is an overlooked peak, especially given that it is the highest in the Meru Range. It can be hiked in around 6 hours total and makes a great half-day out in the […]

Continue reading


Noring

Facts Elevation: 1,889 m (6,197 ft) Prominence: 794 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Kelantan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: Anak Reng Bagging It! Gunung Noring is about as wild as it gets in Peninsular Malaysia and an expedition here known as the Trans Noring usually takes 4 or 5 days. […]

Continue reading


Pulai-Baling

Facts Elevation: 620 m (2,034 ft) Prominence: 519 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Kedah Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Photos Bagging It! Not to be confused with Gunung Pulai in southern Johor near Singapore, this mountain in Northern Malaysia near the town of Baling has two separate trails to […]

Continue reading


Telapak Buruk

Facts Elevation: 1,193 m (3,914 ft) Prominence: 790 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Negeri Sembilan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: Also spelt ‘Telapak Burok’. Bagging It! The curiously-named Gunung Telapak Buruk, meaning Rotten Palms or Bad Palms Mountain (either hand palms or the soles of one’s feet!) is the highest […]

Continue reading


Rabong

Facts Elevation: 1,538 m (5,046 ft) Prominence: 980 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Kelantan Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Photos Bagging It! Gunung Rabong lies to the north of Gunung Tahan, and remains fairly unknown despite having some great views from the top. The trek is usually completed in […]

Continue reading


Gerah

Facts Elevation: 2,103 m (6,900 ft) Prominence: 917 m Ribu category: Spesial Province: Peninsular Malaysia Malaysian state: Perak Google Earth: kml Rating: Other names: none. Bagging It! Gunung Gerah (the lowest of the ten main peaks in Peninsular Malaysia over 2,100 metres) is a remote and challenging mountain requiring serious planning and preparation. The usual […]

Continue reading