3 days. Third highest in Peninsular Malaysia. From Sg Siput, take a bus to Lasah. From Lasah, take a 3 hours 4WD to Kuala Mu. Guide can be obtained from orang asli in Kuala Mu.
|Nearest major airport:||Ipoh|
|Convenient Center:||Lasah, Perak|
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There are 4 trip reports for Gunung Yong Yap.
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- Log #22070 - by yk on Sep 12, 2010Tough, it was not visited by climbers for months and we had to open our own path through with the help of the native. Missed our camping spot by 2 minutes apart, ended up clearing own ground to stay...
- Log #18193 - by Lydia Leong on Sep 22, 2004Some parts of the climb is pretty steep, otherwise it is quite manageable. We (14 of us) had the whole mountain to ourselves. Like the starry submit night...many stars and they seem so close that you...
- Log #18194 - by Rosmal Shariff on June 10, 2004You better do your homework! Have you heard about Yong Belar? This is the third highest!(after Tahan & Korbu). Gayong's the fourth, Yong Yap? It comes number 5
- Log #18195 - by Zaidi Bidin on May 22, 2003Mt Yong Yap is the sixth highest peak in West Malaysia. Clean and beautiful.