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Mount Korbu is the highest peak in Titiwangsa Mountains and the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, standing at 2,813 meters. The distance between the two mountains approx. 2.9 KM (One hour plus journey) but not easy especially doing day trip.

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Mount Gayong is the fourth highest mountain in the Malay Peninsula, at 2,173 metres. It can be reached in about an hour's trek from the peak of Mount Korbu, the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. It ia a favourite site for mountain climbing.

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Mount Trusmadi or Trus Madi is second highest mountain in Borneo and Malaysia at 2,642 metres. It lies in the state of Sabah, close to Mount Kinabalu, on the island of Borneo. The mountain supports a wide range of unique flora and fauna, including Nepenthes macrophylla, a species of pitcher plant.

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Mount Mulu is a sandstone and shale mountain. At 2376 m, it is the second highest mountain in the state of Sarawak, after Mount Murud. It is located within the boundaries of Gunung Mulu National Park, which is named after it.

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Mount Ulu Sepat as high as 2,161m above sea level is located in Tasek Temenggor, Perak. Mount Chamah and Ulu Sepat are the 5th and 7th highest mountains in Peninsular Malaysia and both in the G7 category. Trek climbing the mountains is among the most difficult, isolated and challenging places to test the physical and mental resilience of climbers. Continue Reading

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