The Krâvanh Mountains, or literally " Cardamom Mountains" ( Khmer regular script: , Chuor Phnom Krâvanh; Thai: เขาบรรทัด, Khao Banthat), is a mountain range in the south-west area of Cambodia, near the border with Thailand. The highest elevation is the 1,813 meters (5,948 feet) high Phnom Aural near Pouthisat, which is also the highest elevation of Cambodia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardamom Mountains"
The Dângrêk Mountains ( Khmer regular script: , Chuor Phnom Dângrêk; Thai: ทิวเขาพนมดงรัก, Thiu Khao Phanom Dongrak), meaning "Carrying-Pole Mountains" in Khmer, is a low mountain range (average elevation 500 m) serving as the border between Cambodia and Thailand. The Dângrêk dominate the plain of northern Cambodia. The highest elevation is at 753 meters (2,470 feet) above sea-level. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dângrêk Mountains"
Dong Phaya Yen ( Thai ดงพญาเย็น, lit. Jungle of the Ice Lord) is a mountain range in central Thailand. As the southwestern extension of the Phetchabun mountains it is part of the division between the Chao Phraya river valley and the Khorat Plateau of northeastern Thailand. It has a length of about 230 km, and is continued by the Cardamom Mountains to the south and the Dongrak escarpement to the east. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dong Phaya Yen mountains"
The Nakhon Si Thammarat mountain range ( Thai เทือกเขานครศรีธรรมราช) is a mountain range on the Malay peninsula in southern Thailand, running in north-south direction. The hills begin to the north with the island Ko Pha Ngan in the Gulf of Thailand, and end with the Ko Tarutao archipelago in the Andaman Sea. The mountain range is the continuation of the Phuket mountain range, which runs in same direction about 100 km further west. To the south it is continued by the Sankalakiri mountain range. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nakhon Si Thammarat mountain range"
The Phetchabun mountains ( Thai เทือกเขาเพชรบูรณ์) are a mountain range in Thailand. It extends in a roughly north-south direction, and separates the broad Chao Phraya river valley of central Thailand from the Khorat Plateau of northeast Thailand. The mountain range is named after the city of Phetchabun which is located in the mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Phetchabun Mountains"
The Phu Phan mountains ( Thai เทือกเขาภูพาน) are a range of hills dividing the Khorat Plateau of the Isan region of Thailand into two basins: the northern Sakhon Nakhon basin, and the southern Khorat basin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Phu Phan mountains"
The Phuket mountain range ( Thai เทือกเขาภูเก็ต) is the mountain chain on the Malay Peninsula extending from the Kra Isthmus in the north till the Phuket island. It is continued to the north by the Tenasserim chain, the southern extension is the Nakhon Si Thammarat range, which is located about 100 km to the east. ...more on Wikipedia about "Phuket mountain range"
Titiwangsa mountain range ( Malay: Banjaran or Barisan Titiwangsa) is the end of Himalaya, located in Malay Peninsula. It is believed to end in Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Titiwangsa Mountain Range"
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