Gunung, the Malay word for Mountain, are aplenty in West Malaysia, and the wide range of options available serve as an excellent weekend getaway or a training ground for hikers based in Singapore.
Here is a guide to the Gunungs in West Malaysia that iwannatravel currently offers. We do note that this is only a small percent of the many many mountains in West Malaysia, but do check back regularly as we strive to add in new destinations and options for you.
|Name of Gunung||Hiking Time**||Level|
|Gunung Pulai||3-4 Hours||Beginner|
|Gunung Arong||2-3 Hours||Beginner|
|Gunung Lambak||4-5 Hours||Beginner|
|Gunung Panti||4-5 Hours||Beginner|
|Gunung Datuk||5-6 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Angsi||7-8 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Belumut||8-9 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Irau||7-8 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Nuang||10-11 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Ledang||9-10 Hours||Intermediate|
|Gunung Stong||Multiple Days||Advanced|
** Estimate based on a average hiker who exercises regularly (e.g.: able to jog 4 km within 30 mins)
Check out our list of Gunungs In Indonesia as well!