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Address: Hulu Langat, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Tallest Mountain in State of Selangor in Malaysia, National Park

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If you like nature environment, Gunung Nuang is suitable to you. It will take about 3 hour to reach the peak or 9.2km from the starting point. Don't expect a easy hiking. Well... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Lee C
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

If you like nature environment, Gunung Nuang is suitable to you. It will take about 3 hour to reach the peak or 9.2km from the starting point. Don't expect a easy hiking. Well prepare yourself with food & water before going there. Nothing much at the top hill, greenery scene is sure

2 Thank Lee C
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Reviewed 3 April 2017

Be prepared for this hike if you are aim to reach the peak. It would take you one whole day and great stamina to complete it within one day. Do prepare enough food and waters. Nevertheless, if this is too tough, you may just stop at Camp Pacat and turn back, and have a relaxing water fun near Camp Lolo.... More 

5 Thank Yiyonz
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Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

Best for hiking it tough and good for hikers to train their self. At peak the temperature is under 20 degree it's so freezing me. We can drink a water from the water falls. It's so freshing and many hikers get the water for drinks over there

2 Thank Zulhakimi Z
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

The trail is long but rewarding, you will be satisfied if you reach the peak. My team made it from starting point(4.40am) to Lolo Camp(7.00am), then proceed to summit crossing Dataran Pacat(8.40am) and reach summit by 11.00am.Coming down was a big challenge too...especially when pain starting kicking in your knees. Be prepared to practiced hiking other hils or mountains 1000mtrs... More 

1 Thank catlina7
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 2 January 2017

Okay, be prepared for this hike. Gunung Nuang is tough and not for the beginners. Bring enough water with you to last the full day or some way to filter stream water along the way. We took 11.5 hours in total and started 7.30am for the hike. If it is a rainy day, the trail becomes a horrible mudslide and... More 

1 Thank jsompinm
Chennai (Madras), India
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Reviewed 18 September 2016

Lolo camp is 5.8km from starting point, from Lolo to Dataran pact is 2.2km, Datran to puncak pengasih 1km and Puncak to nuang peak is 900m total distance is 20km [to climb up 10Km and get down 10km]. First 5.8 km is very easy next 2.2km is hard and the last 1.9km is very hard to reach once you reached... More 

3 Thank shan p
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
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Reviewed 14 September 2016

It is almost 5,000 feet above sea-level and takes on average 2-3 hours to reach the summit. So come prepared. The recommendation is to always turn back and descend no matter where you are by 1 pm so that you'll be back when there's still daylight. The bonus is the waterfall you will pass through. Good place for a dip... More 

3 Thank 268caseyl
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

1. Total climb distant is 12km (one way). 2. So it is another 12km to get back to base. 3. In total you will walk/climb 24KM. 4. 5 stages of climb. Stage 3 and 4 are the most difficult. 5. The climbing route is more difficult than mount kinabalu in Sabah.

5 Thank Daniel N
Shah Alam, Malaysia
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Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

Our first trekking to a 'mountain' category, after a few 'hill' climbs. Together with my 2 teenagers, we did not set specific target of how far we could go from the Hulu Langat start point. Reaching the Lolo Camp was an experience for us beginners, with total round trip of 4 hrs. We were properly geared, but a little short... More 

1 Thank Mahadi8488
Kuching, Malaysia
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Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

Some say its the highest peak in Selangor. Gunung Nuang is accessible from 2 different states. One via Hulu Langat, Selangor and another access from Janda Baik, Pahang. Both route serves different harshness. I have to agree Hulu Langat trail is more challenging, a total hike of 21km (to and from summit) with about 10hours of hiking duration (doesn't apply... More 

2 Thank Akasyah N

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