Singaporean hikers lost their way at Gunung Angsi but found three hours later

KUALA PILAH, Negri Sembilan - Four Singaporeans went missing during a hiking trip at Gunung Angsi but were found three hours later, it was reported.

The four hikers lost their track when descending and got separated with the rest of the group, New Straits Times reported, quoting Negri Sembilan Fire and Rescue department operations deputy director Ahmad Mukhlis Mukhtar.

The hikers, aged between 19 and 27, were reported missing since 7.30pm on Sunday and a search and rescue team was immediately deployed, the report said.

The hikers were found after three hours of search.

The newspaper identified the hikers as Valen Tan Tao Kuan, Nigel Quek Wen Cong, Sebastian Chua Han Hong and Lim Jing Yang.

Gunung Angsi is about one and a half hours from Kuala Lumpur by car.