Titiwangsa Forest Complex

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Titiwangsa Forest Complex
LocationTitiwangsa Mountains, Peninsular Malaysia

The Titiwangsa Forest Complex runs along the Titiwangsa Mountains and forms part of the Central Forest Spine of Peninsular Malaysia.

The Titiwangsa Mountains in Cameron Highlands, Pahang Cameron Highlands from its summit (10498449354).jpg
The Titiwangsa Mountains in Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Untouched tropical rainforest between Mts. Suku and Yong Belar, near the tripoint between Perak, Kelantan and Pahang Ipoh Forest near Gunung Suku.jpg
Untouched tropical rainforest between Mts. Suku and Yong Belar, near the tripoint between Perak, Kelantan and Pahang

Patches and Roads

The Titiwangsa Forest Complex comprises the following patches which are divided by roads running from East to West across the range:

Lebuhraya Timur–Barat (Malaysia Federal Route 4)

Lebuhraya Timur–Barat Kedua (Malaysia Federal Route 185)

Jalan Kuala Kubu Bharu–Raub (Malaysia Federal Route 55)

Kuala Lumpur–Karak Expressway (Malaysia Federal Route 2, 68, E8)

Malaysia Federal Route 86

Malaysia Federal Route 51

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