2 women lost in Gunung Gading park found safe

Desmond Davidson

The two women (foreground) and their rescuers make the long hike down Gunung Sebuloh to the park headquarters. – The Malaysian Insight pic, January 16, 2023.

TWO women, who got disoriented and subsequently lost while hiking in the world-famous Gunung Gading National Park in Lundu yesterday, had to endure an 18-hour ordeal before they were brought to safety at noon today.

Diana Bill, 57, and Dolthy Chupan, 53, were found by the search-and-rescue (SAR) team 6.4km from the park headquarters – just half a kilometre short on one of the trail’s end at Batu Berkubu, a former communist base camp on the slopes of Gunung Sebuloh.

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