Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands Boh Tea Plantation
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Cameron Highlands is an ideal vacation destination. Visitors may walk around it and go to the Robinson Waterfall. They may also see the Rafflesia which is the world’s largest flower. Then, the Cloud Forest and Rose Center & Rose Valley are several good destinations, as well. Cameron Highlands is also a great place to go hiking. You can hike toward Gunung Brinchang. This trek is not really steep, however, being in good physical condition is recommended. And once they reach the top, they may continue walking until they see the boh tea farm. And from here, they may get on the bus back to where they started.

People may also buy cacti, souvenirs, and vegetables at Cactus Point. Or they may go to Ee Feng Gu Honey Bee Farm to purchase fresh, sweet honey. Moreover, they may go to Yung Seng Souvenir Shop and take a look at interesting handicrafts, as well as, Orang Asli utensils. There are also lots of Indian, Malay, and Chinese restaurants available. Even small food stalls are all over Cameron Highlands. These dining places usually offer the steamboat, wherein customers may cook in their own vegetables and meats. Mayflower and Highlands Restaurant are popular spots that offer the steamboat. Zainab Sam offers outstanding local dishes. Bala’s Holiday Chalet serves wonderful scones and tea. And Gerai Opah serves good Kampung Nasi Lemak.

Then, visitors that want to have some good drinking sessions may go to Tanah Rata’s only bar, the Travelers Bistro & Pub. Here, they can meet other tourists, as well as, watch football games on the big screen. And when sleeping time comes, Cameron Highlands also offers nice accommodations. Those on a budget may check in the Father’s Guest House. They may also go to the Hillview Inn, which is the ideal place for visitors. The Kalai Villa Apartment is also an affordable yet good accommodation. But those who have extra money may avail of luxurious accommodations. The Strawberry Park Resort is quite expensive but well worth it. They may also choose the Equatorial Cameron Highlands which is the biggest in the Camerons.

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