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Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highland, Malaysia's premier hill resort is located on the Main Range of  Peninsular Malaysia. At 1,829 metres above sea level, Cameron Highland is the largest of all Malaysian Hill resort and has a temperature ranging from 16 degrees to 24 degrees Celcius. Much of its appeal lies in the neat sprawling tea plantations that date back to 1929, as well as the terraced flower farms, strawberry farms and vegetable garden.

Cameron Highlands consists of a series of little towns that include Ringlet , Tanah Rata, Brinchang, Tringkap, Kuala Terla, and Kampung Raja. The total Population is approximately 30,000, the majority of whom are employed in agriculture and the leisure industry. The best tourist amenities can be found around Tanah Rata, the administrative center of the highland, but brinchang is fast catching up with a number of hotels, service apartments and restaurants.

Towns and Hamlets

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia's premier hill resort, is located on the Main Range Peninsular Malaysia at 1,829 metres above sea level.

A Tea Story

A Tea Story In recent years, the highland tea has been exotically flavored with oils, flowers, herbs and essences.

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Getting there

By Road:

Cameron Highlands is situated in the north-western part of Pahang State, about 227 km. from Kuala Lumpur City. There are many different routes can be accessed to Cameron Highlands. From Kuala Lumpur you may take the North-South Highway exit at Tapah then proceed to Cameron Highlands through the winding old road. People from the northern part can take the better road from Simpang Pulai in Ipoh to Kampong Raja (80 km.) then down to Tanah Rata.

 

Those from the East Coast region (Kelantan & Terengganu) can take the Highway from Gua Musang to Kampong Raja (120 km.) then proceed to Brinchang and Tanah Rata. The new Highway link Ringlet to Pos Betau - Felda Sungai Koyan (100 km.) – Raub/Kuala Lipis in Pahang. This route will shorten your journey for almost two hours.

Long distance bus serve Pudu Raya Terminal in Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh to Cameron Highlands. Chatered taxi is available from these two Cities. As from Gua Musang and Raub/Lipis there is no bus service and taxi is the only choice.

By Rail:

Going by train is a wonderful experience, from Singapore, Johor Bharu, Butterworth, Ipoh to Tapah then by bus or taxi up to Cameron Highlands. From Pasir Mas in Kelantan or Singapore/Johor Bahru train service is also available to Gua Musang and Kuala lipis. From there hire a taxi up to Cameron Highlands.

Useful Information

Contact Info:

District Office
+ Tel: 605-490 1700

 

Town Council
+ Tel: 605-491 1455

 

Forestry Department
+ Tel: 605-491 1384

 

Orang Asli Department
+ Tel: 605-491 1433

 

Police Station
+ Tel: 605-491 1222

 

C.H. Hospital
+ Tel: 605-491 3333

 

Fire & Rescue
+ Tel: 605-491 1003

 

Agro-Tech Park
+ Tel: 605-401 1255

 

Railway Station
+ 605-401 0715 (Tapah)
+ 609-321 1341 (K Lipis)
+ 609-912 1823 (Gua Musang)

 

Bus Station
+ 605-491 1485
+ 605-491 1200

 

Taxi Station
+ Tel: 605-491 2355

 

C.H. Golf Club
+ Tel: 605-491 1126

 

Homestay Program
+ Tel: 605-491 1295


Things to do

Tea Plantation & Factury

Tea Shop & Restaurant

Flower Nursery

Vegetable Farm

Rose Garden

Strawberry Farm

Agro Technology Park

Gunong Brinchang

Mossy Forest

Bees & Butterfly Farm

Cactus Farm

Kea Farm

Waterfall

Golfing

Jungle Trekking

Parit Recreational Forest

Orang Asli Settlement

Accommodation

Accommodating Listing

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