Mulayit Taung, also known as Muleh Yit, is a mountain of the Dawna Range. It is located towards the southern end of the range in Kayin State, Burma, 12 km to the NNW of the border with Thailand.
The Tenasserim white-bellied rat (Niviventer tenaster), the silver-eared laughingthrush (Trochalopteron melanostigma) and the grey-sided thrush (Turdus feae), a vulnerable species, are found in the Mulayit Taung area.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mulayit Taung is
# 3 out of 148 in Kayin # 1 out of 57 in Kawkareik District # 1 out of 26 in Myawaddy District
By prominence Mulayit Taung is
# 13 out of 2705 in Myanmar # 3 out of 148 in Kayin # 1 out of 57 in Kawkareik District # 2 out of 26 in Myawaddy District # 29 out of 24952 in the Southeast Asia Mountains
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