Gunung Stong

National/State Park

Information

  • State
    Kelantan
  • Organization
    Department of Forestry Peninsular Malaysia
  • Governance Type
    Type A - Governance by government
  • IUCN Category
    II
  • Status
    Gazettement
  • Area Gazetted
    21,909.500 Ha
  • Area Calculated
    21,909.500
  • Total Area
    21,909.500 Ha
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‘State Park’ (Protection Permanent Reserved Forest). Gazetted under the National Forestry Act 1984 (Section 10(1)(i)).
The size of the area is erroneously reported as 21.950ha in the gazette notification Kn. G.N. 1312-2007. Furthermore, there is a reduction in size of the state park through the revocation of 40.46ha of Gunung Stong Tengah Forest Reserve (Kn. G.N. 527-2008).

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