Also known as the The Dragon’s Backbone, it is the world’s longest quartz ridge that offers a majestic view of the Klang Gates Dam, the Melawati hills, and the KL skyline.
Pulut Mountain Grik Perak
Our hilly landscape has got pieces of everything - exciting landscape, rich history and enchanting flora and fauna - for an enjoyable, eye-opening hike.
Gunung Ledang National Park
The mountain is 1276m high (4186ft). According to a sign at the entrance to the park, Gunung Ledang is Malaysia's 64th highest mountain and the 6th most difficult to climb, however, as you can see from the more detailed list on my Malaysia Mountains page, Ledang is actually only the 134th highest peak and it does not rank in the top 20 peaks in terms of difficulty.
Gunung Lang Recreational Park
One of the must-visit destinations in Perak is the Gunung Lang Recreational Park, a mere five kilometres from the Ipoh town. Nestled between limestone hills, the park has a magnificent lake right in the centre.
Gunung Stong State Park
Gunung Stong State Park, or Gunung Stong State Forest Park (GSSFP) to use its full title, is a pristine forest reserve covering 21,950 hectares near the small town of Dabong in Kelantan.