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GUNUNG YONG YAP

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GUNUNG YONG YAP
In mid 1998, the people in this area are in a state of shock. A man in is found dead without his head. It is believed that a large Malayan Tiger has attacked him and ripped his head off for dinner. This brutal killing is caught on camera and shown everywhere in nearby towns, especially in Sungai Siput. However, this wouldn't stop outdoor enthusiast from pursuing their dreams into this unspoilt nature.
What you can expect from the trek

From Gunung Korbu, it is seen that Gunung Yong Yap is impossible to climb, because of its steep gradient near the top. In a topo map, it is seen that Gunung Yong Yap is impossible to access, because of its distance from the nearest civilisation. With an opening of logging track from kampung Lasah to Kuala Mu, an expedition, which previously took 8 days to complete is now compressed to 4 days. Those who have gone to Gunung Yong Yap would have known this "Ah-Hee", who run a businness by transporting people from Kampung Lasah to Kuala Mu by using his Hilux.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Height: 2168 m (Sixth highest in Peninsular Malaysia)
Location: Korbu Forest Reserve
Foot: Kuala Mu Orang Asli Village
Duration): 4 days

Expedition type: Midweight/Heavyweight backpacking
Suggested Rucsac Capacity: 50 liters
Estimated Rucsac Loading: 12-16 kg
Water Supply: 2 days without water, suggested water carrier: 4.5 liter per person
Summit temperature: 5-15 deg Celcius

To get to the foot of mountain:
From Pudu Raya Bus Terminal (Kuala Lumpur), take a express coach to Ipoh, Perak. Then take a bus to Sungai Siput. Then another bus to kampung Lasah. From kampung Lasah, take a 4WD vehicle to Kuala Mu.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Contact for 4WD: Ah-Hee
Mountain Guides:
Not compulsory, but advisable. Guides can be obtained from Persatuan Rekreasi Perak, or Kelab Rekreasi Mahasiswa, UTM with minimal fee (about RM80 per day)
Estimated Budget (From K.L.): RM 70 (excluding guide)
Emergency:
Make a written report to the nearby police station, stating your estimated day you exit the jungle.
Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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Dan Kami jadikan di bumi gunung-ganang yang menetapnya, supaya bumi itu tidak menggegar mereka; dan Kami jadikan di celah-celahnya jalan-jalan laluan, supaya mereka mendapat petunjuk.(Surah Al-Anbiyaa':31)

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