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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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  • Educational factory tour, amazing to see the gradients these ladies pick on and a wonderful view from the cafe.  more »
  • The view is nice, we were able to climb down the hill. But the tea in the coffee shop is just normal and over priced. Brownie is good though  more »
  • Dropped by on the way to Camerons. The nice cool air and the scenery of the tea plantation was great. Dont waste your time with the food. We ordered tea and scones. Tea tasted like water and scones wa...  more »
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  • Not so relax and feel good if compare to teh boh at sg palas
  • We were here at around 530pm at had a great rest at the cafe. Plenty of choices of the tea but, we opt for the small pot of black tea for two. A slice of American Choc Cake & wafer with peanut butter and choc. Food here can be a little bit on the expensive side. Nevertheless, it's quite nice to have a place to rest. Great cafe seatings right at the side of the cliff for a beautiful view of tea plantation. One can actually take photo & selfies right from the cafe but, for a better view, one can walk right into the tea plantation (at own risk). For those with small baby & kids (and elderly), be extra careful as the plantation area is a little bit slippery and steep. Parking spaces are little bit limited right in front of the cafe but, there are plenty short distance away =)
  • You must pay entry visit Rm2 per head (Orange Tag) for walking visitors or Rm 10(Blue Tag) for visitors who wish to take the buggy. Nice view but I think for rm 2 entry fees, you better go to Sungai Pallas Plantation that is still free to visit and offers more breathtaking scenery.
  • This place so cool and chill! Enjoy the views 😊
  • Cool place to stop and chill with wonderful mountain views.. Tea is a must try..