Ulu Titi Basah

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Ulu Titi Basah
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Ulu Titi Basah
Location in Thailand, on the border with Malaysia
Highest point
Elevation 1,533 m (5,030 ft)
Listing List of mountains in Thailand
Coordinates 5°48′N101°19′E / 5.800°N 101.317°E / 5.800; 101.317 Coordinates: 5°48′N101°19′E / 5.800°N 101.317°E / 5.800; 101.317
Geography
Location ThailandMalaysia
Parent range Tenasserim Hills
Geology
Mountain type granite
Climbing
First ascent unknown

Ulu Titi Basah (Thai : เขาฮูลูติติปาซา; Malay : Gunung Ulu Titi Basah) is the southernmost high peak of Thailand. This 1,533 m high peak rises at the ThaiMalaysian border between Betong District of Yala Province and Hulu Perak in Perak State. [1]

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Geography

Ulu Titi Basah is the highest summit of the Sankalakhiri Range (Thai : ทิวเขาสันกาลาคีรี), the northern section of the Titiwangsa Mountains, a sub-range of the Tenasserim Hills.

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References

  1. "Gunong Ulu Titi Basah: Thailand". Geographical Names. Retrieved 4 May 2018.