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    Gateway Arch to Kg Bukit Tinggi

    by mansionion Updated May 2, 2005

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    Welcome to Kg Bukit Tinggi

    This gateway arch of Kg Bukit Tinggi is a welcoming sight to its visitors. There are writings on the arch in both Malay and Chinese, welcoming visitor to the self-contained village.

    The self-contained village has its own police station, shops and eateries amid wooden houses belong to the villagers. These buildings overlook valleys with lush pastures filled with papaya, banana and durian trees.

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    Colmar Tropicale

    by imstress Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Colmar Tropicale

    Colmar Tropicale is inspired by the original Colmar Village in Alsace, France.

    It is a picture postcard come alive!

    The heart of Colmar Tropicale is the Colmar Square which is a cobblestone central courtyard where you can enjoy outdoor dining and street performances.

    The Italian Restaurant serves very good pizzas and spagetties.

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    Colmar Tropicale Square

    by imstress Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Colmar Tropicale Square

    The streets of Colmar Tropicale Square.

    The blocks are named Azalea, Brunfelsia, Camelia, Dahlia, Euphorbia, Fuschia, Gazania and Heliconia.

    I stayed in Euphorbia which is right at the end and beside the viewing tower.

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    Colmar Tropicale Square

    by imstress Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Colmar Tropicale Square

    Colmar Tropicale Square is the centre of Colmar Tropicale.

    Shops and restaurants are all located within the square.

    The buildings are very "Frenchy". So I now live in this French Castle and waiting for my Prince Charming to pick me up.

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    Botanical Garden

    by imstress Written Jan 23, 2005

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    Botanical Garden

    Some strawberries are grown in this Botanical Garden on Bukit Tinggi inside the Japanese Garden.

    There are other varieties of plants and flower.

    Take a seat at the pavillion to listen to the call of the nature. I mean the monkeys are making very loud noise.

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    White Swan

    by imstress Written Jan 18, 2005

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    White Swan & Koi

    3 white swans are the permanent resident of the pond just under the bridge of Colmar Tropicale.

    They are seperated from its unfriendly neighobours the Black Swan.

    Their common enemies are the kois who snatch the food with them. Can you see them?

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    Colmar Tropicale

    by yipsufen Updated Aug 26, 2006

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    Tour de L'Horloge Clock Tower

    At a glance, the medieval buildings are so colourful and something unique to the eyes. They are perfect backdrops for your photos. Don't forget to shoot the front entrance of Colmar Tropicale, the trademark here. For photography enthusiasts, climb up the Viewing Tower at the far end of Colmar Square.

    Colmar Square is abuzzed with street activities / performance, dances, singing, except on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Sometimes, you may spot staff donning traditional costumes selling cookies or even walkabout clowns.

    Right at the entrance of Colmar Tropicale, near to the draw bridge, there is a pond with a pair of swan swimming leisurely. Beside the pond, there is a short horse riding track. Check with the reception, if you wish to ride on a horse.

    If you would like to savour some French cuisine, there are La Cigongne, Le Blason Coffee House, La Flemme Sidewalk Deli, La Poulet Roti, Haagen Dazs Ice Cream Corner & La Boulangerie Bakery for your pick.

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    Japanese Village

    by yipsufen Updated Aug 26, 2006

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    A direction board at Japanese Village

    Put on the colourful kimono and treat yourself to an authentic tea ceremony. You can participate in an authentic Japanese tea ceremony for RM18. You will learn how green tea is prepared and served in an old-fashioned and elaborate way.

    The serenity of a traditional zen garden calms the spirit and soothes the soul. Indulge in Japanese spa bathing called furo at Tatami Spa, with its onsen (outdoor hot rock bath) and many other signature treatment to relax the body and refresh the mind.

    Along the way in Japanese Village, the path is winding with pebbles & bamboos & floating stone slabs on koi pond. There are many white & orange coloured koi fish swimming freely. There are big enough to be noticed on your landscape photos.

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    Rabbit Park

    by yipsufen Updated Oct 24, 2004

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    Cute & cuddly rabbits

    Most of the rabbits here are medium-sized so as to make them more loveable & cuddly. If you would like to bring home one, you can enquire the price from the staff.

    If you just want to play & feed these pets, you can buy a small packet of rabbit feed for RM1.

    Rabbits are allowed to roamed freely. You can touch, hug, play or feed them.

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    Horse Riding

    by y_lyn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I had my first horse riding experience right here at Bukit Tinggi! So be sure not to miss this place when you get here. I took a lead ride at RM20 for a 15 minutes ride. However, as at that time, there isn't any other visitor there except me and my hubby, we get to enjoy a horse ride for almost half an hour instead at no extra cost. The trainers were very patient people and even taught us the proper way to direct the horse. We had a chance to try to ride the horse slowly on our own along the road.

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    Photo Taking around Colmar Tropicale

    by y_lyn Written Feb 19, 2006

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    Go around the place to take photos! The buildings will definitely serve as very nice background for your photos. I spent most of my time here going around to take photos as there is really nothing much here to do. To add to my misery, the Japanese Village and the Botanic Garden were under renovation at the time I was there.

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    Who eats carrots?

    by imstress Written Jan 23, 2005

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    Rabbits

    Rabbits in all size and colors can be found at the rabbit park at Bukit Tinggi.

    I have never seen so many rabbits roaming around a park so freely.

    They are not shy and let the visitors just picke them up and carry them for photo shoots.

    So cute!

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    The Chateau Spa Resort

    by yipsufen Updated Aug 26, 2006

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    The Chateau Spa Resort (opening soon)

    Opening soon, The Chateau Spa Resort is modelled after Haut-Koenigsburg in the Vosges Hills of Alsace, which will offer an enchanting glimpse into 18th century France during its most romantic eras. Be spoiled for choice with the exquisite accommodation, pillarless convetion hall, haute cuisine, walk-in wine cellar and even a destination spa that will be equipped with mud chamber and herbal steam room.

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    Colmar Tropicale Viewing Tower

    by imstress Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Colmar Tropicale Viewing Tower

    From the Colmar Tropicale Viewing Tower, you can see the street from one end to the other end.

    Dont worry if you cannot climb the steps.
    With modern technology, there is a lift to bring u up and down.

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    Rabbit Park

    by y_lyn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I am sure that you would like to cuddle it

    A great place for the kids but these rabbits are not so easy to catch. There are many different breeds of rabbits here. You have to stay here for at least an hour as the shuttle comes on an hourly basis and for some, it may turn out to be boring unless you are a real rabbit lover.

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