Where is the highest point in Malaysia?

Is Mount Kinabalu the highest in Malaysia?

Mount Kinabalu, Malay Gunung Kinabalu, highest peak in the Malay Archipelago, rising to 13,455 feet (4,101 m) in north-western East Malaysia (North Borneo). Gully-scarred, the plateau block is surrounded by black granite cliffs and precipices thousands of feet high. …

What is the lowest point in Malaysia?

Geography of Malaysia

Continent Asia
Borders Total land borders 2,669 km (1,658 mi) Thailand: 506 km (314 mi) Indonesia: 1,782 km (1,107 mi) Brunei: 281 km (175 mi)
Highest point Mount Kinabalu (4,095.2 m)
Lowest point Indian Ocean (0 m)
Longest river Rajang River

Is Kinabalu a volcano?

Is Mount Kinabalu an active volcano? Mount Kinabalu probably is the youngest non-volcanic mountain in the world. The mountain is a massive granite extrusion, still rising through the surrounding sandstone.

Has anyone died climbing Kinabalu?

Eighteen fatalities were reported, all occurring on Mount Kinabalu, including ten Singaporeans, six Malaysians, and two from both China and Japan. About 137 climbers were stranded on the mountain but were subsequently rescued.

2015 Sabah earthquake.

UTC time 2015-06-04 23:15:43
Casualties 18 deaths 11 wounded
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