Cameron Highlands Shopping

  • Ample car parking space invite visitors
    Ample car parking space invite visitors
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    Fresh & Sweet Strawberries

    by yipsufen Updated Nov 4, 2005

    What to buy: Strawberries are packed in perforated plastic box to maintain its freshness. However, strawberries must be consumed fresh, preferably on the same day. Strawberries will turn sour, watery or become frozen if you put them in fridge.

    RM7 to RM8 per plastic box, depending on the grade and size of strawberry too.

    RM5 to RM6 for homemade strawberry jam.

    RM1 for a felt or plastic strawberry key chain.

    A packet of freshly plucked strawberries Homemade strawberry jam & souvenir key chain
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    Boh Tea - Best of Highland Tea

    by yipsufen Updated Nov 4, 2005

    What to buy: If you have not tasted Boh tea before, you should get yourself a pack of Cameronian tea or as souvenirs for friends or relatives. The tea here are fresh and of the finest blend. Prices are reasonable.

    In recent years, the highland tea has been exotically flavoured with oils, flowers, herbs and essences, of which the Boh Songket brand has a variety to choose from. They include flavours of orange, passion fruit, camomile, vanilla, peppermint, lemon, rose, cinnamon and cardamom, etc.

    Flower tea from Boh Boh Tea Shop
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    Along the road in Cameron Highland: Buying Strawberry

    by daryll Written Jul 6, 2005

    Besides of flowers and vegetables, strawberry fruit is widely sold in the markets and stalls along the road in Brinchang.
    Not so sweet as European grown strawberries but all this actually are organic home grown strawberries which famously foreign fruits for the locals

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    Honey, more strawberries please...

    by illusion_huanr Updated Dec 4, 2004

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    When you buy the strawberry, don't forget to buy a bottle of honey at the bee farm.

    Just pour some honey on the berries as dressing. you'll find it..... It's sooo delicious...

    Since your honey won't finish at once, so...

    More Strawberries please....

    PS: It's works great with others fruits..... too!

    What to buy: Honey, strawberries, fruits or baby tomatoes.

    What to pay: RM 20 ~ 35

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    various: Is this a wind up? The Burmese Army trekking stick

    by sourbugger Updated Mar 9, 2004

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    Various gift-type shops sell the Burmese Army trekking stick, which is useful for jungle walks in the Cameron Highlands as it is :

    "indispensible for safe trekking particularly when negotiating sharp inclines and fording quick-moving streams."

    It is constructed of baby bamboo with a solid row-boat handle.

    What to buy: A little paper 'biography' comes with a purchase of the Burmese Army Trekking stick of its founder : Sir Jeffrey Hillpig-Smyth, but I am still trying to find out how much of it is a wind-up.

    Anyway, here is a shortened biography :

    1910 Born, London

    1918-28 Schoolboy, Harrow. Overweight, few friends, poor student, non-athletic yet polite. Called "Hillpiggy" by the staff.

    1930 Sent down from Oxford for "indecency."

    1934 Unsuccessfully stood for Parliament as an Independent from the small constituency of Looting on the Thames, finishing fourth in a field of three.

    1935 Alcoholic

    1936 Published at his own expense an angry and spirited collection of short essays entitled Sticks and Stones.

    1937 Alcoholic again

    1938 Published a second collection of short essays entitled Mudpuddles and Other Outrages

    1939 Joined Military Intelligence & Engineering, the elite I&E Group
    1940 Assigned to British Special Forces, Burma

    1941 Recovering from a minor fall, designed the Military Trekking Stick

    1944 Disappearance

    1953 Knighted in absentia

    Unofficially there have been periodic sightings of Hillpiggy in the Burmese Jungle. A reward of 25 pounds sterling for information confirming Hillpiggy's status remains in effect.

    Eccentric or what ?

    Hillpiggy's stick
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    markets everywhere..: strawberries, flowers, vege & cactus..

    by eelaine Written Feb 24, 2003

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    colourful markets lining the road all the way from tanah rata to brinchang..

    What to buy: everyone who goes to camerons will buy strawberries, flowers, vege & cactus.. strawberries coz this is the only place in malaysia where you get fresh ones.. flowers and vege coz it's fresh and cheap.. cactus.. hmm.. for reasons unknown.. :)

    What to pay: most prices in the market is more or less then same.. but if you're buying a lot, bargain for a slightly lower price.. or maybe get them to throw in a few more freebies..

    ..colourful flowers for a song..

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    Rose Centre Souvenir shop: Purple-colored Keropok (crackers in Malay)

    by Written Mar 24, 2008

    The shop at the Rose Centre sells this Purple Cracker which is made from Potato Yam. This cracker can also be found in some convenient stores in Tanah Rata town.

    What to buy: Sweet Potato or Potato Yam Crackers.

    Purple colored keropok (crackers) Rose Centre Entrance
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    kasimanis strawberry farm: strawberry everything..

    by eelaine Written Feb 24, 2003

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    this is actually a little store outside the strawberry farm..

    What to buy: yummy strawerries.. even yummier strawberry jam.. the best i've ever tasted!

    What to pay: rm7 for a jar of very delicious strawberry jam..

    ..strawberries galore..

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