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Tanjong Hantu (Perak) (Malaysia)

Tanjong Hantu (Perak) (Malaysia)

Characteristics

Description

Tanjong Hantu, about 8 miles SSW of Tanjong Batu is a sloping point, the summit of which is 203m in height.

The coast from Tanjong Hantu to Motts Point, the N entrance point of Dinding River, is skirted by a shallow bank having depths of less than 5.5m.
The bank extends a distance from about 0.6 to 0.8 mile, gradually diminishing its distance from the shore as Motts Point, on the N shore of the entrance of Dinding River, is approached.

Bukit Sigari, 493m high, is the S peak of the Saddle which is sometimes known as False Dining. This is good landmark from the SW and W.

21/12/2011
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