About Cameron Highlands Day Tour:
The Cameron Highlands Tour takes you to the Cameron Highlands district in Pahang, Malaysia which is situated roughly 200 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur. This is one of the oldest tourist spots in Malaysia and was developed in the 1930s by the then colonial government. The plateau region is mostly known for its tea estates but is also home to numerous orchards, nurseries, farmlands, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, mossy forests and old colonial bungalows.
It’s cool weather which ranges somewhere between a tropical rainforest and subtropical highland is also a major factor as to why it is so popular with tourists. Its pleasant weather conditions and several other factors also make it a hotbed for flora and fauna. The place houses more than 700 species of plants and you can see the vegetation changing as you drive through the valley.
It is also home to a wide variety of animals, birds, and insects; namely, the Sumatran serow, mountain peacock-pheasant, and Malayan whistling-thrush. The sanctuary also provides several different walking.
Bharat Tea Estate- Bharat Tea Estate is the second largest tea producer in Malaysia that produce Cameron Valley Tea which is synonymous with exquisite highland tea.
Rose Garden- Rose Garden is close to Brinchang and is spread over 10 levels of terrace with over 100 varieties of the blooming flower. This is the perfect place for those who are looking to learn more about how to plant roses.
Strawberry Farm- Strawberry Farm is one of the popular tourist attractions in Malaysia, where not only strawberries cultivated but also mushrooms, herbs, flowers, and hydroponic vegetables are also grown.
BOH Tea Plantation- It is one of the largest and most popular tea plantations in Malaysia, which is spreading over 1200 hectares of tea gardens.
BOH Tea Factory- BOH Tea Factory is the largest black tea manufacturer in Malaysia, with both domestic and international distribution, run by BOH Tea Plantation.
Butterfly Park- Butterfly Park is a beautiful paradise where butterflies actually dance nonchalantly in the midst of scented blooming flowers and flowering vines.
Lata Iskandar Waterfall- If you are going to Cameron Highland by the Tapah way then you will able to stop by and enjoy the amazing vistas of Lata Iskandar Waterfall.
Aborigines Village- Aborigines Village is a tribal village where people live in nomadic style, moving from one place to another place within Taman Negara.
Vegetable Farming- Vegetable Farming is a must-visit place in Malaysia, where a wide variety of vegetables are cultivated.
Vegetable Market- This is the must-visited place and the most popular attraction in Malaysia from where you can purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, meats, and more.
Honey Bee Farm- Honey Bee Farming in Malaysia is a famous activity that produces lots of honey in the purest form.
Cactus Garden- Cactus Garden features a unique design that emulates a dessert. It has over 3000 plants from 145 variations, out of which 15 are hail locally in Malaysia.
The tour starts at 07:00 am from Monday to Friday and on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, it will be started by 05:00 am.
BOH Tea Factory is closed on every Monday.
The charges of an infant between 0 to 3 years will be free.