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Cameron Highlands, Pahang

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Sip on a locally sourced tea and take in the fields of green as far as the eye can see at Cameron Highlands. The country's biggest hill station area, the highlands are even bigger than the area of Singapore. Here, the scent of eucalyptus wafts and you'll find a refreshingly cool breeze as tea plantations and strawberry fields unfold in the distance. The highlands were developed by the British in the British colonial era as a popular holiday destination. Bungalows, golf courses, summer homes, and resorts dot the hillsides. Throughout the highlands you'll find plenty of hiking trails, as well as many temples and forests in the natural areas that surround the region. Work out when and for how long to visit Cameron Highlands and other Cameron Highlands attractions using our handy Cameron Highlands family vacation planner.
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  • love to stay here for working gateaway. the tea plantation is breathaking. but when it comes to weekend , it become very crowded and messy.  more »
  • A good place to visit with a stop at a waterfall which is surrounded by several shops (very cheap and decent items). One must try there corns !! they are superb !! As far as history and perfect travel...  more »
  • Named after Sir William Cameron, a British surveyor, Cameron Highlands is Malaysia's most extensive hill station. Located 120 km from Kuala Lumpur, it takes about 3 hours by road. Nestling at an eleva...  more »
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  • The hotel has charm, the staff is really well trained. A very good restaurant, an elegant tea room with piano. Rating due to no restrictions of access to families with young children that at times make look this place like a kindergarden. If if love your peace and quiet go somewhere else.
  • One of the best hotels visited (for the price we paid!) and we've been to many. Love the romantic room, the view of the golf course and the staffs that go the extra mile to make you feel welcomed. Many visitors complained of the noise from the adjacent street but after midnight it wss quiet. Tried the spa and the restaurant and review will follow soon!
  • A beautiful place opposite the golf course. Relatively convenient to get to towns since it's near the main road
  • Gorgeous rooms that are both tropical and mountain chalet perfection. Love teatime at the lounge with Chopin playing in the background.
  • Very nice and luxurious palace. Stream boat restaurant when temperatures was 16°. Great combination.