Phnom Penh (FN), May 13 – Among the 11 countries in Southeast Asia, Myanmar's Hkakabo Razi mountain in the State of Kachin holds the title of the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, towering at 5,881 m. Following closely is Indonesia's Puncak Jaya in Papua Province, standing at 4,884 m. Malaysia’s Mount Kinabalu in the State of Sabah reaches a height of 4,095 m.

Vietnam's Fansipan, located in Lao Cai Province, stands tall at 3,147 m. Timor-Leste's Tatamailau reaches a considerable height of 2,986 m. The Philippines' Mount Apo stands proudly at 2,954 m. Laos' Phou Bia rises to an elevation of 2,819 m. Thailand's Doi Inthanon reaches a height of 2,565 m. Brunei's Bukit Pagon reaches an elevation of 1,850 m.

Cambodia’s Phnom Aural in Kampong Speu Province stands at 1,813 m. Singapore’s Bukit Timah marks the end of the list with a mountain height of 164 m.

This article was originally published on Asian SEA Story.