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If Gunung Nenek Semukut is the most difficult mountain to be subdued due to its steepness, Gunung Kajang offers different challenges to adventure enthusiasts for its height reaching 1038 meters! This is the highest peak in Tioman Island. Its location in the heart of Tioman Island makes it the main 'bone' of this beautiful island.
Actually many interesting facts to tell about this mountain. First, this mountain is also called Palm Frond Mountain which was once a landmark for Arab and Chinese sailors until the name of this mountain was mentioned in the navigation map.
In addition, the forest surrounding the mountain is also filled with unique flora and fauna that can only be found here. If you want to know, Rafflesia flowers are here. For nature lovers, jungle activities on Tioman Island will surely be one of the most beautiful memories