Hotel BB Inn

79a, Persiaran Camellia 4 Tanah Rata, Pahang, 39000, Malaysia
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Cameron Highlands - Self-Drive (Day 1)

by derektankw

This comes later, but better late than never. I have gained much from Virtual Tourists when I was researching for information to prepare for this trip.

I feel I should I give back, so that others could benefit from my experiences too.

The blog on the trip spans over 6 days (5 parts each) from 20 to 25 Dec 2007. I had posted it on my yahoo blog, and I am going to copy & paste them here for all to share.

Hope you will enjoy. Any positive comments are most welcome.

With Regards,

Derek Tan (
Singapore 20-Dec, Hari Raja Haji, Thursday. The weather was slightly gloomy, over cast with cloud and slight shower. Nevertheless, we had planned for the trip and shall not be deter by the weather. All set, left PLW around 10:30am for Merpati. Pick up Mom & Sis.

8 of us: Mom, Serene, Mui San, Zen Sheen, Zen Wei, Zen Ern, Murtini, and yours sincerely.

Customs on both side of Linkedua was smooth, with a slight queue that had built up at Malaysia's end, but that was expected and the wait wasn't too unbearable. That was about 12:30pm by the time we crossed the Malaysia custom. A good 2 hours detour from Aljunied to CBP to Second Link and finally making the crossing.

Zen Ern earned her first chop in her passport. Her first overseas trip and was she excited ! Keep calling Mama for the entire trip.

Crossed the first toll, didn't have enough in the Touch'n'Go card, paid RM8.40. Top up RM300. Second toll costed RM3.10, Third toll is where we enter the main axis of the North-South Highway, towards our stop for the night - Ipoh. The last toll near Ipoh costed RM69.90.

Make several rest stops along the way. One of these was the 'Restoran Jejantas' after Ayer Keroh at Melaka. That is the bridge restuarant that spans across the highway, with restuarants such as A&W (very rare in Singapore for those that grew up with A&W Rootbeer Float). Had 'Tunch' there before we hit the road again.

Entered Ipoh around 8:00pm in the night. Top up the petrol at ESSO for RM94.50 for 49.22litres (Synergy @ Rm1.92/litre). Checked in at Hotel Ipoh City, 2 Deluxe rooms (2 queen double in each) for RM144.90/night each. Went to Lau-Huang (Old Yellow) Nga Choy Kai for Ipoh hor fun, Bean Sprouts, Chicken, Chicken leg, fish ball soup, and that costed about RM40. Next to the 2 shops round the corner for the Tau-Sha-Biarn, Kaya Puff, Bei-Tei-Shor and the local goodies. After that, we drove to the old town to recce the place where we plan to go the next morning. Then it is back to the hotel for the night.

Aboriginal People

by imran8852

Long time ago you can find the indigenous aboriginal people called 'Orang Asli' roam around at certain places like Brincang or Tanah Rata selling honey and herbs but now they just set up the stall at the roadside or nearby their own home. If you are the orchid enthusiastic…You might find some rare orchid species at their stall if you are in luck! The Nice Weather, The Flowers And Of Course The Beautiful Sceneries!!!

Wild Daffodils

by daryll

Daffodils in Cameron Highland.
Few drives from Brinchang town, more farms can be found along the road. Plenty of stalls selling strawberries (but sour one).
Then we passed one of the hills which contained wild daffodils, im so excited and straight away jump in to the wild bush with the feeling like the children of the Sound of Music.

Wheels are not welcome

by raytcw

to have 'hot pot' in the mid of night. especially facing the cold situation. warm, sweet soup woukld be so unforgetable to me. besides that, fresh vega market also catch my sight too, there are fresh n affortable, i like the strewberry farm. i m traveling with wheelchair, toilets are hard to found along the journey, only some resort lobby serve that, besides that, exibition centers like roses garden s so an hard mission to complete. as they are having small, wet, narrow stair.... oh god
glad a group of friends are with me.

Better than Kuala Lumpar... Cameron Highlands

by tomruth78

I visited the Cameron Highlands because I saw a friends photographs, which were amazing, so we made sure whilst travelling through Malaysia we passed this way. And believe me it is a place worth visiting. It was amazing, the fresh green colours, the smell of tea in the air. Not many people visit the Cameron Highlands, I think it is one of those places that not too many people think about.


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Address: 79a, Persiaran Camellia 4 Tanah Rata, Pahang, 39000, Malaysia