Casa de la Rosa Hotel

Lot 48, Jalan Circular, Tanah Rata, Pahang, 39000, Malaysia
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Urgent: Should we book hotel in advance for stay 24-26 January?

by fashionapple

We are arriving Cameron Highland on 24th Jan for two nights on honeymoon trip. We will stay in any moderate hotel/motel in Tehna Rata. Should we book accomodation in advance or can we easily get one on arrival?

We dont know if 24-26 January falls under peak or normal season. So kindly help us out. Thanks

Re: Urgent: Should we book hotel in advance for stay 24-26 January?

by GrumpyDiver

Save yourself the stress and book ahead. Whether you need to or not, I can hardly think of a less romantic outcome to a honeymoon of having to look for a place to stay.

Re: Urgent: Should we book hotel in advance for stay 24-26 January?

by johnboywalton71

Well, that depends heavily on your definition of "moderate." I thought of the Cameronian (where I stayed) to be between the backpacker and mid-ranger, and it was actually quite nice and moderately priced. The one thing I would advise you to do is book in advance if you want to stay in one of the nice, popular resort hotels there... those are popular not just with foreigners, but with middle class Malays too.

See: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/664283/malaysias_gorgeous_cameron_highlands.html

Travel Tips for Cameron Highlands

Highland travel

by DIXONIAN

Hi, just got back from Cameron last Sunday (23/11), your questions were actually quite subjective,but the answers given by Vkumar33 are pretty good guidelines.
It depends on your interest, are u going with family, children? old folks?, etc.
I believed it would have helped you more if you could be more precise in your questions.

Me and my family(mum(70's), brother,sis-in-law, son(10), daughter(13), wife) spent about an hour just at the Tea House(Sg Palas)enjoying a cuppa and taking in the view and the fresh air! Relaxing and refreshing!!
Factory visit about 20 minutes.

Cactus farm, we skipped.

Butterfly Garden - we spent about 45 minutes, including taking lots of photos of butterflies, flowers, scorpions, insects, etc.
Spent another about 20 minutes at the souvenier shops at the Butterfly attractions. Just for your info, there is a Butterfly Farm and there is a Butterfly Garden, and they are next to each other.

Like Vkumar33 said, may be worth a visit to the strawberry farm and do some strawberries picking, especially if you have children. Was an experience for my kids and even my mum. We spent more than an hour there including trying out their strawberry juice drink(strongly recommended), only RM3!!

Unless you are time-tied, if not I would suggest like what we did, we just spend more time at the places that we were enjoying ourselves. Holiday is about relaxing and enjoying ourselves!

We went to the Time Tunnel Gallery, and were pleasantly surprised that we enjoyed the travel back in time when going thru' the items of yester years that were displayed.

We also visited the pasar pagi/tani and the vegetable market at KEA Farm area, we picked up local produce that are unique and special.

We visited 'Ye Old Smoke House' for its ambience and tried its tea with scone (Warning: it cost a bomb - well as far as we were concerned). Nice photo spots there.

Hope the info was of help to you.

And please drive carefully, i.e. if you are driving, there were a lot of reckless drivers on our drive up and down Cameron Highlands via Simpang Pulai. They were driving recklessy, tailgating, and overtaking at double lines, at sharp corners, cars and lorries all doing the same, even when it was raining.
My bother's car was hit by a car that was trying to overtake at a corner and upon seeing a oncoming car tried to get back into the lane and hit my brother's car in the process. Luckily my brother was driving at about 50 - 60 km/h, and there were no other oncoming cars, as his car swerved, upon impact, on to the opposite lane towards the concrete barrier, but he managed to swerved and kept his car back on the road.
Drive carefully and just watch out for and give way to those reckless drivers.

Have a Great Holiday! Cool Air and relaxing feel.

Malaysia, Cameron Highlands

by Time-traveler

CH is a must destinaiton to who is a naturalist and travel to Malyasia.

Things to do are:
Join a trip to Butterfly park, Tea garden/factory, Strawberry park, Bees Park, Insects park...
Just plain walking/jogging there... there have a lot of beautiful floras

Accomondation : acceptable, reasonable
details can search in http://www.hotels.org.my/

The only "bad things" is no night life... most the shops are closed after 11pm. and there are no much cafe, restaurant and even the MAMAK stall especially after 11pm,
To there is not a difficulty for those who are interested.
Just take a bus from PUDU bus station in KUALA LUMPUR heading to TANAH RATA. It take abou 2 hours

Unique looking chillis

by Wild_Orchid

Take a look at this plant. It was growing at the garden of the bungalow where I was staying. It looks like a red flower, but is actually a unique shaped chilli! Isn't it great?
I have never seen a similar chilli plant outside of Camerons.

Towns of Cameron

by kielorla

In Cameron, there are 3 towns, Ringlet ( the lowest point of cameron), Tanah Rata ( the middle point of cameron and also the main town) and lastly Brinchang ( the highest point of cameron).

Most of the attractions are located in Tanah Rata and Brinchang, therefore if you want to find a accommadation, these 2 towns are the better choices. Try the mountain trekking is you have the time, it is very wonderful and also you can trekked up to the highest point and have a bird eye view of cameron. Also the waterfall, i missed the falls, the water is so cooling and clear.

Business Hours in Cameron Highlands

by city_guy


Banks
Normal banking hours are from 9.30am to 3.30pm on weekdays and froms 9.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday. Most banks offer traveller's cheque and currency exchange services.

Post Office
Three post-offices, one each in Tanah Rata and the others in Brinchang and Ringlet opens daily between 8.00am to 4.30 pm. Closed on Sundays.
Foreign tourist are advised to note that the "Post Restante" services only available at the Tanah Rata post office.

Shopping
Most shops are open between 9.00am to 9.00pm daily. Some are closed on Sundays.

Handicraft
Shopping for souvenirs in Cameron Highlands is interesting especially with many shops selling "Orang Asli" made handicrafts including blowpipes which has become very popular with tourist of all nationalities.

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