List of Southeast Asian mountains

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The following is a list of some of the mountains of Southeast Asia:

List of highest mountains[edit]

Name Height Location
Hkakabo Razi [1] 5,881 m (19,295 ft) Myanmar
Gamlang Razi [1] 5,870 m (19,259 ft) Myanmar / China
Peak 5710 [1] 5,710 m (18,734 ft) Myanmar / China
Dindaw Razi [1] 5,464 m (17,927 ft) Myanmar / China
Tami Razi [1] 5,101 m (16,736 ft) Myanmar / India
Sheankala Razi 5,000 m (16,404 ft) Myanmar
Puncak Jaya 4,884 m (16,024 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Sumantri 4,870 m (15,978 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Ngga Pulu 4,862 m (15,951 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Carstensz East 4,820 m (15,814 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Puncak Mandala 4,760 m (15,617 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Puncak Trikora 4,750 m (15,584 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Ngga Pilimsit 4,717 m (15,476 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Madoi Razi[2] 4,616 m (15,144 ft) Myanmar
Mount Yamin 4,540 m (14,895 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
J. P. Coen Peak 4,500 m (14,764 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Valentiyn Peak 4,453 m (14,610 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Phangran Razi 4,328 m (14,199 ft) Myanmar / India
Mount Tambora before 1815 4,300 m (14,108 ft) Indonesia (Sumbawa)
Phonyin Razi 4,282 m (14,049 ft) Myanmar / India
Mount Kinabalu 4,095 m (13,435 ft) Malaysia (Borneo)
Ngga Nggulumbulu 4,061 m (13,323 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Antares 3,970 m (13,025 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Angemuk 3,949 m (12,956 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Mount Saramati 3,826 m (12,552 ft) Myanmar / India
Mount Kerinci 3,805 m (12,484 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Jumbul Ambera 3,785 m (12,418 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Mount Kobowre 3,750 m (12,303 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Mount Rinjani 3,727 m (12,228 ft) Indonesia (Lombok)
Mount Semeru 3,677 m (12,064 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Phongan Razi 3606 m ( 11,830 ft) Myanmar/ India
Mount Rantemario / Latimojong 3,478 m (11,411 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Mount Tanpa Nama 3,466 m (11,371 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Slamet 3,428 m (11,247 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Bumhpa Bum 3,411 m (11,191 ft) Myanmar
Mount Sumbing 3,371 m (11,060 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Arjuno 3,339 m (10,955 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Raung 3,332 m (10,932 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Lawu 3,265 m (10,712 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Lonkrumadin 3,185 m (10,449 ft) Myanmar
Mount Dempo 3,173 m (10,410 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Welirang 3,156 m (10,354 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Merbabu 3,145 m (10,318 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Fansipan 3,143 m (10,312 ft) Vietnam
Mount Sundoro (/Sindoro) 3,136 m (10,289 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Leuser 3,119 m (10,233 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mol Len 3,088 m (10,131 ft) Myanmar
Iyang-Argapura 3,088 m (10,131 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Cereme (/Ciremai) 3,078 m (10,098 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Phu Si Lung 3,076 m (10,092 ft) Vietnam
Mount Gandang Dewata 3,074 m (10,085 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Nat Ma Taung (Mount Victoria) 3,070 m (10,072 ft) Myanmar
Mount Agung 3,031 m (9,944 ft) Indonesia (Bali)
Fuyul Sojol 3,030 m (9,941 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Mount Binaiya 3,027 m (9,931 ft) Indonesia (Seram)
Mount Pangrango 3,019 m (9,905 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Buyu Balease 3,016 m (9,895 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Phu Luong 2,985 m (9,793 ft) Vietnam
Tatamailau / Ramelau 2,986 m (9,797 ft) East Timor
Pegunungan Arfak 2,955 m (9,695 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Mount Apo 2,954 m (9,692 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Mount Dulang-dulang 2,938 m (9,639 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Mount Merapi 2,930 m (9,613 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Pulag 2,922 m (9,587 ft) Philippines (Luzon)
Mount Talakmau 2,919 m (9,577 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Marapi 2,891 m (9,485 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Geureudong 2,885 m (9,465 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Kalatungan 2,880 m (9,449 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Mount Singgalang 2,877 m (9,439 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Moncong Lompobatang 2,874 m (9,429 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Bulu Kandela 2,870 m (9,416 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Mount Butak 2,868 m (9,409 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Tambora 2,850 m (9,350 ft) Indonesia (Sumbawa)
Mount Patah 2,850 m (9,350 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Phou Bia 2,819 m (9,249 ft) Laos
Mount Ragang / Piapayungan 2,815 m (9,236 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Peuët Sagoë 2,801 m (9,190 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Ijen 2,799 m (9,183 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Tujuh 2,732 m (8,963 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Phu Xai Lai Leng 2,720 m (8,924 ft) Laos / Vietnam
Kennedy Peak 2,703 m (8,868 ft) Myanmar
Mount Kapalatmada 2,700 m (8,858 ft) Indonesia (Buru)
Sangpang Bum 2,692 m (8,832 ft) Myanmar
Loi Leng 2,673 m (8,770 ft) Myanmar
Mount Tagubud 2,670 m (8,760 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Mount Papandayan 2,665 m (8,743 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Mekongga 2,650 m (8,694 ft) Indonesia (Sulawesi)
Mount Trusmadi 2,643 m (8,671 ft) Malaysia (Borneo)
Mong Ling Shan 2,641 m (8,665 ft) Myanmar
Nattaung 2,623 m (8,606 ft) Myanmar
Ngọc Linh 2,598 m (8,524 ft) Vietnam
Mount Talang 2,597 m (8,520 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Halcon 2,586 m (8,484 ft) Philippines (Mindoro)
Mount Tambuyukon 2,579 m (8,461 ft) Malaysia (Borneo)
Doi Inthanon 2,565 m (8,415 ft) Thailand
Loi Pangnao 2,563 m (8,409 ft) Myanmar
Bon Irau 2,501 m (8,205 ft) Indonesia (New Guinea)
Bukit Daun 2,467 m (8,094 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mayon Volcano 2,462 m (8,077 ft) Philippines (Luzon)
Mount Sinabung 2,460 m (8,071 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Kanlaon Volcano 2,435 m (7,989 ft) Philippines (Negros)
Mount Mutis 2,427 m (7,963 ft) Indonesia (Timor)
Mount Murud 2,423 m (7,949 ft) Malaysia (Borneo)
Mount Malindang 2,404 m (7,887 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Mount Mulu 2,376 m (7,795 ft) Malaysia (Borneo)
Matebian 2,372 m (7,782 ft) East Timor
Poco Mandasawu (Ranakah) 2,370 m (7,776 ft) Indonesia (Flores)
Mount Bromo 2,329 m (7,641 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Bukit Raya 2,300 m (7,546 ft) Indonesia (Borneo)
Mount Matutum 2,286 m (7,500 ft) Philippines (Mindanao)
Doi Pha Hom Pok 2,285 m (7,497 ft) Thailand
Mount Sibayak 2,212 m (7,257 ft) Indonesia (Sumatra)
Mount Salak 2,211 m (7,254 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Mount Tahan 2,187 m (7,175 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Korbu 2,183 m (7,162 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Yong Belar 2,180 m (7,152 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Doi Chiang Dao 2,175 m (7,136 ft) Thailand
Mount Chamah 2,171 m (7,123 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Banahaw 2,170 m (7,119 ft) Philippines (Luzon)
Galunggung 2,168 m (7,113 ft) Indonesia (Java)
Phu Soi Dao 2,120 m (6,955 ft) Thailand / Laos
Mount Irau 2,110 m (6,923 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Benum 2,107 m (6,913 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Mantalingajan 2,085 m (6,841 ft) Philippines (Palawan)
Phou Khe 2,079 m (6,821 ft) Thailand / Laos
Myinmoletkat Taung 2,072 m (6,798 ft) Myanmar
Mount Guiting-Guiting 2,058 m (6,752 ft) Philippines (Sibuyan)
Bukit Batu Lawi 2,046 m (6,713 ft) Malaysia (Peninsular)
Mount Tapulao 2,037 m (6,683 ft) Philippines (Luzon)
Doi Mae Tho 2,031 m (6,663 ft) Thailand
Mount Isarog 2,000 m (6,562 ft) Philippines (Luzon)

Other notable mountains[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Tamotsu Nakamura, Veiled Mountains in North Myanmar, Japanese Alpine News 2015
  2. ^ "Myanmar Trekking - Madoi Razi Expedition". www.putaotrekkinghouse.com. Retrieved 2016-02-18.