Malaysia mountains may not be the tallest in the world; the country's highest mountain, Mt. Kinabalu, is less than half the height of Mt. Everest for example.
do Malaysia mountains have the classic snow-capped peaks that you see
in other parts of the world, though it certainly feels cold enough for
snow when you are shivering at the summit of Mt. Kinabalu!
A glance at the atlas will show you that there is a spine of uplands
running down the centre of Peninsula Malaysia from the Thai border until
it peters out just south of Kuala Lumpur. It is on this spine that the
majority of the peninsula's highest mountains can be found although
there are pockets of hilly areas elsewhere along the east and west
coasts and in the Taman Negara area where western Malaysia's highest
peak, Gunung Tahan is located.