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Favorite thing: Cameron Highlands is slightly colder than average Malaysian climate, due to its height & mountainous surrounding. Vegetables, fruits & flowers can be easy grown up there, because of thick fogs were covering the hills & make it a natural sprinkle system. These environment factors have somehow making agriculture as the main activity at Cameron Highlands.
Written May 13, 2004
Favorite thing: 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.
Fondest memory: 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.
Written May 22, 2004
Favorite thing: 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.
Written Jul 6, 2005
Favorite thing: Cameron Highlands is one the best place to grow strawberry beside in your greenhouse.
You can buy strawberry jams & fresh strawberry from farmers. Some of these sellers will include a small pack of sugar to go with your strawberry.
Written May 1, 2004
Favorite thing: This red telephone booth is standing strong & decorating the street beautifully in front of Ye Old Smoke House, Cameron Highlands.
Btw, the bike is not a decoration. Just happen that I parked it there.
I did few bike tours and sometime Mark will ask me to ride along just to while away the weekend. If I happen to have my dad’s cruiser with me, I will surely pack my day change and off we go.
Updated Nov 19, 2006
Fondest memory: I have been to Cameron Highlands three times as it is quite close to Singapore where I live. I like to visit because of its nice weather, greenery, relaxing atmosphere which is a good getaway from city life.
Written Nov 23, 2002
Favorite thing: It is always meaningful and memorable to send a post card to yourself at your home address, to a good friends or to VT friends while you are on holiday away from home. If you want to do this, the post office in Cameron Highlands can be found easily at the Tanah Rata town center. This post office provide all the services same with other post office throughout Malaysia, beside general postal services, its collect payment of electricity and telephone according to the bearers' bills. This post office is officiated by our 1st Prime Minister in year 1956.
Written Oct 20, 2012
Favorite thing: 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
Written May 10, 2006
Favorite thing: They are not plantation workers, but having great fun playing with the basket & trimmer.
The trimmer/cutter is actually a modified version of gardening cutter with extended plastic catchments on top. The plastic extension is actually recycled from pesticide containers.
Updated Jul 13, 2005
Favorite thing: 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.
Updated Mar 30, 2004
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