"Your day will start early with a 7.00am pick up from your centrally located Kuala Lumpur hotel. We will then embark on the three and a half hour long drive to Kuala Tahan. Along the way you can enjoy the scenery of Kuala Lumpur.Upon arrival at approximately 10:30am the fun will begin. Enjoy some packed snacks at the forest.Get your adrenaline pumping with the Canopy Walk! It is the longest canopy walkway in South East Asia with a bird's eye view of stunning scenery of the world's oldest rainforest.E as the boatman negotiates 7 sets of rapids. It is a take-home experience as there is a ""chance"" to get wet.Immerse yourself in the culture with the Aborigine village visit. The ""orang asli"" are of the batek tribe who have been living environm insect repellents and a change of cloothing.At approximately 4pm we will return to Floating Café for some lunch and freshening up before departing for Kuala Lumpur."""
"Cameron Highlands was named after the discoverer William Cameron in 1885 a British government Surveyor who came across ""A fine plateau with gentle slopes"" while he was researching through dense jungle on a mapping expedition. Creating a hill station in the area was first voiced in 1888 by Sir Hugh Low a Perak resident who propose the idea it might be a suitable place for a retreat and farmland. Cameron Highlands was a heaven for the British who were stationed in Malaya as it provided relief from the hot and humid tropical climate of the lowlands. enjoys a cool climate with temperatures rarely higher than 25°C and low than 10 °C. In 1929
Full-Day Cameron Highlands enroute Free Batu Caves Tour from Kuala Lumpur
"Itinerary7.00am: After breakfast at your hotel we depart for the Cameron Highlands. On the way we will visit;Cascading waterfalls - The waterfalls cascade into a narrow stream where locals go for a cool dip. The nearby shops sell souvenirs tribal handicrafts strange herbs aphrodisiacs and tropical fruits.Aborigine village - Learn how the locals use the rain forest for their daily foods. You will also get to experience some local traditions.1130am: We stop for lunch and then continue our tour visiting;000 acres of an undulating vast carpet of greenery. The tea plantation works closely with the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) and the MNS (Malaysian Nature Society) to help in the conservation of our elephants and orangutan population. A factory tour is also available everyd000 butterflies dance on ferns and scented flowers. The landscaped gardens
This 9-holes par 36 course plays to 2,943m from the blue tees... The course belongs to Petronas which have a petroleum complex between Kemasik and Paka... The flat course in along the South China Sea...