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Cameron Bharat Tea Estate, Tanah Rata

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Walk through Cameron Bharat Tea Estate to observe its tea plants and small waterfall. Have a warm cup of local spicy tea and some cheesecake in the tea house, which overlooks the entire plantation. Enjoy the lush green hills and vibrant landscape, purchase one of the various tea blends to brew at home, or buy a souvenir at the gift shop. To visit Cameron Bharat Tea Estate and get the most from your holiday in Cameron Highlands, create itinerary details personal to you using our Cameron Highlands trip generator.
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  • Went here first upon reaching cameron. Similar to other tea estate, had nice cups of tea, refreshing taste. Very nice view of the hills.  more »
  • I m very sorry to wrote this review.but i m concerned due to i always visit bharat the plantation for a tea cup.this time was abit disapointed due to the tea shop was not clean as usual it was the flo...  more »
  • This is my favourite site that I saw in the Cameron Highlands. The plantation is so beautiful with a "juicy" kind of green! It is a great place to try some of the locally grown tea too (around 12RM fo...  more »
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  • I visit Cameron Highlands at least once or twice yearly and this place is always in the list of place to stop by. These days, it's quite crowded most of the time, the amazing tea plantation view is a definite crowd pleaser. Tea for two with a plate of scones that comes with a dollop of strawberry jam, butter and cream will set you back around RM25.00, and as with everything else in Cameron Highlands (except maybe fresh produce), things here are quite pricey. After you've had your tea, you may descend to the plantation area and have an enjoyable walk among the tea plants (even if the weather is hot, you should definitely do this.) If you have young children, be extra careful - it can be slippery even when the weather is dry). This will be an experience to remember. The attached souvenir tea shop is a great place to restock your yearly tea supply (if you are an avid tea drinker), but knowing what type of tea to purchase will serve you well. Purists may scoff at the various fruit flavored tea available on the racks and I'd have to agree. The basic tea sans additions are the best type, and are also the more reasonably priced versions available in this shop. Definitely go for the view, have a cup of tea, walk among the tea plants and take lots of selfies. If you are a shutterbug, you'd find plenty of opportunities to practice your skills. This place is beautiful.
  • Went here for the first time 2 years ago. The view is MAGNIFICENT. You can take alot of pictures with family and friends at the tea farm. However,the tea there is expensive. Well,but that's what you get for drinking at a tea house next to an amazing view.
  • Beautiful tea farm view and easily accessible, just beside main road. Suggest take some effort to go down tea farm just beside cafe and take some pictures. Original flavour and scones is a must try!
  • best teh tarik and scones! and the view
  • Interesting place with tasty tea.