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Cameron Highlands, located in Pahang, is Malaysia's most expansive hill station. The highlands is named after the British expedition lea...

Cameron Highlands, located in Pahang, is Malaysia's most expansive hill station. The highlands is named after the British expedition leader, William Cameron. Because of British settlement in the 1800s, hotels around Cameron usually have colonial characteristics. Surprisingly, the place is still an affordable place to visit despite its popularity.

Here are some of the places you can visit in Cameron.

Tea Plantation

The cold weather in Cameron Highlands makes it an ideal place for cultivating tea.

Boh Tea Plantation, Cameron Highlands

The largest tea plantation in Cameron is the BOH Tea Plantation. It was founded in 1929 by the British businessman, J A Russel. It is still owned by the same family up to this day. And the tea plants we see today are the same plants that were planted in the 1920s.

They have a factory tour where you can see how teas are processed and a cafe where you can buy cakes and tea while enjoying the view.




Mossy Forest

The Mossy Forest is located at the slopes of Mount Brinchang. The forest strips moisture from the laden clouds giving the trees a dwarfed appearance. Aside from the moss covered trees, you can also find wild orchids, pitcher plants, ferns and more in the mossy forest.


The mossy forest gives hiking enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy nature in its most original form.






Taman Agroteknologi MARDI

MARDI Agrotechnology is a 42-hectare agricultural station that's open to the public.


Within the park, you can explore various flower gardens, plant nurses, farmlands and a small tea plantation with factory. They also have a strawberry farm where you can buy and eat strawberries.



The cold weather, fresh air and scenic views definitely make Cameron Highlands a great escape from the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur.

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