So, after postponing the plan like several times, I finally made my way up to the peak of Gunung Nuang last weekend, on the day when (most) Malaysians were celebrating its 57th Independence Day although it was very much disputable since there was no Malaysia that we see now, not until 1963 when Sabah, Sarawak and Malaya all agreed to form the country together.
Climbing to the top of Mount Nuang saw me conquering the State of Selangor, at least elevation-wise, because standing at 1693 feet (516 m?) simply makes it the highest peak in the state.
To tell the truth, it was not really my first time climbing Mount Nuang. I first climbed it with a group of veteran adventure-lovers back in 2010 but we didn’t make it to the peak, nor did we aim to, because we started off quite late. Read more →