Cameron Highlands is Malaysia’s largest and best-known hill resort. Nestling the borders of Pahang and Perak provinces are the Cameron Highlands. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here. You can’t beat the weather up here. A few days out of the sweltering lowland heat will surely recharge your batteries.One other popular activity in Cameron Highlands, actually more of a tradition, is to have tea and scones. This very English tradition dates back to the days when English colonial officers used this hilly location as a cool getaway from the heat of the lowlands. Bird-watching and trekking are also popular activities here.Situated 1,500 metres above sea level, Cameron Highlands comprises a series of little townships that include Ringlet, Tanah Rata, Brinchang, Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja. What’s more, it’s easy to get to. Cameron Highlands lies less than an hour off the main North-South Highway, and is a pleasant, easy 3.5-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur.
The largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia
Cameron Highlands, widely famous for its market gardens and tea plantations.The largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia-the BOH tea plantation & Cameron Village. Overlooking an amazing landscape. At over 8,000 acres, the Boh tea plantation is the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Malaysia, to ensure freshness of its tea products, Boh also processes its harvest in its own factory located in Sungai Palas.
Mossy Forest The Peak Of Cameron Highlands
The forests of the high mountains of Cameron Highlands are able to strip moisture from the clouds, hence referred to as ‘cloud-forests’ or ‘mossy-forests’. Malaysia: This is the second part of the Cameron Highlands story: climbing Mount Brinchang and exploring the Mossy Forest. Well, it was not only me exploring the forest, but also the forest exploring me. We will get to this later, camping in the jungle always turns out to be some sort of adventure.
The sunrise at Gunung Brinchang – Malaysia,the highest peak of Cameron Highland. The height is 2032 metres. The radiance of the rising sun is glorious. Leaving your shoes on in Thailand is generally not a good idea when going into certain places. Feet=bad. Got it. So I leave my Solomon, basically perfect hiking/trekking shoes outside that my brother bought me. Feel like Cameron Highlands Malaysia is a pretty safe area. Wake up in the morning, actually cold because of the altitude, which was sort of a nice feeling, for about 1 min, woke up, had my iPod, some fruit, my jacket, all ready to tackle the day. You. Guessed. It. No more shoes. Wasn’t a happy camper, asked the guy at the desk if this was common, he said it was his first time hearing about anyone losing their shoes.
The largest flower in the world
Sometimes you just see something that’s hard to believe and this is one of them. The rafflesia -Malaysia is the biggest flower on the earth, it’s huge, mean, and smelly. It was able to get a chance to see Rafflesia in Cameron Highlands. The flower with the world’s largest bloom is the Rafflesia arnoldii. This rare flower is found in the rainforests of Indonesia. It can grow to be 3 feet across and weigh up to 15 pounds! It is a parasitic plant, with no visible leaves, roots, or stem.
4X4 Adventures Off Road Experience
The great outdoors activities, 4×4 Land Rover is one more important transport in Cameron Highlands. Specialises in running Off Road Challenge. Janda Baik surrounded by tropical rainforest happen to be fall into Malaysia’s rugged terrain concept, dense rain forests and numerous mountainous regions make it an irresistible destination for off road driving enthusiasts. Mud, heat, sloping hills and rainstorms add to the challenge in the gruelling and exhilarating sport of off road adventure. In fact as total count, approximately, 58 per cent of the country still under jungle cover, Janda Baik is one of the easy access to 4×4 Off Road Trek. Malaysia’s terrain bring out the best of man and machine in a test of skill under ever changing conditions. Our experienced four wheel guides will let you experience the fun and excitement on our rough terrains in our rainforest. Get ready for a good time in Malaysia!
Spring Flower Nursery
Cameron Highlands is a leading producer of flowers in Malaysia; be prepared for a lovely sight of extraordinary flowers you won’t see flourishing elsewhere in the country. Flower bulbs are among the easiest and brightest plants in any garden. Once planted, spring flowering bulbs perennialize well, providing the landscape with a welcome shot of color year after year. Summer flowering bulbs, like dahlias, anemones and begonias add color, excitement and long-lasting blooms to summer gardens in Malaysia.
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The Red Strawberry Moment
There are a number of strawberry farms in Cameron Highlands. Always worth a visit for their novelty value and the chance to taste strawberries and ice cream! The strawberry is truly a great fruit, and we offer a great variety of exciting desserts using strawberries which everyone would love. Discover the difference: Strawberry Moment stands for freshness and the highest quality, gently hand-picked and processed. These all-natural, innovative, excellent and tasty desserts are made with strawberries and hydroponic vegetables from our own farm in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.
The Indigenous lifestyle & culture
The Orang Asli are the indigenous people who dwell in the forest of Peninsular Malaysia. The Orang Asli who live in the jungle, hunt with blowpipes for birds and little monkeys.Attraction Of Cameron Highlands. There are more attraction in Cameron Highlands seach like visit vegetable farm, flower nurseries, museum, waterfall, catuts village, buddhist temple, bee farm, Agro Technology Park in Malaysia.
Attraction Of Cameron Highlands
There are more attraction in Cameron Highlands seach like visit vegetable farm, flower nurseries, museum, waterfall, catuts village, buddhist temple, bee farm, Agro Technology Park.
GETTING THERE – MALAYSIA
Malaysia – By Air
Most major airlines regularly fly to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia. You can fly from Malaysia’s neighboring countries – including Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia- either directly or through a connecting airplane to some cities other than Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia By Train
Malaysia is well connected to Singapore and Thailand through the daily train connections from both countries to Malaysia. The train takes 2 days to reach Bangkok and close to 10 hours to reach Singapore.
Malaysia By Road
There are regular bus services connecting Malaysia to both Singapore and Thailand. You can hire taxis to do the trip.
Malaysia By Sea
It is possible to reach Peninsular Malaysia by sea from the following countries :
Indonesia (Sumatra) : boats regularly connect Medan with Penang and Dumai with Melaka. See the localities for more details. It is also possible to reach Johor Bahru from Sumatra (Batu Ampar or Tanjung Pinang).
Thailand : it is possible to reach Kuala Perlis or Langkawi Island from Satun in Thailand.
Singapore : ferry crossing are possible between Changi Villlage and Tanjung Belungkor, east of Johor Bahru. More useful maybe is the high speed ferry to Tioman Island which operate daily except during the monsoon from 31 October to 1March.
BOOK YOUR HOTEL AS PLAN YOUR HOLIDAY:
There are many good hotel and resorts near Malayasia, we have given a below quick link to Book Hotels.