In April 2013, Stephanie Bodet, Yong Liu, Arnaud Petit, David Kashlikowski and Tam Khairudin Haja made the first ascent of Damai Sentosa up the Dragon's Horns (Bukit Nenek Simukut) on Tioman Island, Malaysia.
Climbing ground-up, the team explored featured slabs and vertical faces with difficulties up 6c+ (6b+ oblig) and also added an 8a variat pitch. Damai Sentosa, which translates as "In the name of peace", was established during a period of unstable weather: tropical storms forced wet retreats from the wall and the route was redpointed for the first time on 4 May by Kashlikowski and Khairudin Haja.
All rappel belays are in place.
Although bolt protected, there are some long runouts and some pitches have hardly any bolts. A selection of small - medium cams (5) will therefore be found useful.
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