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10 Things to Do in Cameron Highlands

12 March 2019 | HPL H&R

Beautiful and lush, Cameron Highlands has remained as one of the most popular hill resorts in Malaysia. It is an ideal destination for those who wish to escape the heat of the lowlands and enjoy the fresh air of the tropical rainforest. Visit to tea plantation, jungle trekking, picking strawberries, here’s a list of our recommendation of things to do in Cameron Highlands.

1. Mossy Forest Tour

Half-day tour: An interpretative walk into the mossy forest at the peak of Cameron Highlands to see the exotic pitcher plant, followed by a visit to the oldest tea factory in Malaysia – Sungai Palas BOH Tea Factory. Guests can enjoy this Cameron Highlands tea before returning to the hotel.

Full Day Experience Tour: This tour combines the Mossy Forest Tour with a visit to Butterfly Garden, Strawberry Farm, Kea Farm Market and Sam Poh Buddhist Temple.

2. Private Trail Trekking

Follow our head gardener to explore the 2-km private trail along the state reserve borders. Complimentary for hotel guests, you can sign up at Reception Desk. Trekking starts at 10 am, daily.

 

3. Cactus Centre

Visit any of the two main cactus centres in Cameron Highlands – Cactus Valley or Cactus Points, both have large assortment of cacti of all different shapes, colour and sizes.

4. Butterfly Farm

Started in 1990 initially as a hobby of the founder and a breeding house of these beautiful creatures, the Butterfly Farm presents live butterflies exhibition house and other exotic wildlife. Visitors can also learn about the fauna and flora of Malaysia here. Besides butterflies, visitors can also see a large collection of creepy crawlies, including spiders, insects and reptiles.

5. Gunung Brinchang Trails

Drive up Gunung Brinchang at 2,000 metres above sea level and climb the viewing tower for unforgettable panoramic views across lush peaks.

6. English Afternoon Tea

Relax at the Lakeview Terrace and enjoy traditional afternoon tea with a delectable selection of finger sandwiches, scones, seasonal fruits and variety of cakes and tarts. Available at The Lakehouse
Cameron Highlands.

7. Shop in local markets & KEA Farm

The markets around Cameron Highlands typically sell an assortment of fresh agriculture produce, herbs, clothing, and other day-to-day items. Many also cater to tourists, with an array of souvenirs and trinkets and, of course, local products like tea, honey, and strawberries.

8. Strawberry Jam Making

Make your own strawberry jam under the watchful eye of Chef Edmund – the creator of our famous lip-smacking strawberry jam. Course fees include a recipe card and a jar of strawberry jam to take home.

9. Golfing

The 18-hole Cameron Highlands Golf Course presents a challenge for keen golfing enthusiasts. Equipment is available for rental on site and the course provides nice scenic views over the mountains and tea plantations. Fee applies.

10. Agro Technology Park in MARDI

Home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples and pears as well as persimmons. The 42-hectare park has Rose, Orchid, English, Herb and Orchid Gardens and a research and information centre where visitors can also pick up some souvenirs.


10 Things to Do in Cameron Highlands

Beautiful and lush, Cameron Highlands has remained as one of the most popular hill resorts in Malaysia. It is an ideal destination for those who wish to escape the heat of the lowlands and enjoy the fresh air of the tropical rainforest. Visit to tea plantation, jungle trekking, picking strawberries, here’s a list of our recommendation of things to do in Cameron Highlands.

1. Mossy Forest Tour

Half-day tour: An interpretative walk into the mossy forest at the peak of Cameron Highlands to see the exotic pitcher plant, followed by a visit to the oldest tea factory in Malaysia – Sungai Palas BOH Tea Factory. Guests can enjoy this Cameron Highlands tea before returning to the hotel.

Full Day Experience Tour: This tour combines the Mossy Forest Tour with a visit to Butterfly Garden, Strawberry Farm, Kea Farm Market and Sam Poh Buddhist Temple.

2. Private Trail Trekking

Follow our head gardener to explore the 2-km private trail along the state reserve borders. Complimentary for hotel guests, you can sign up at Reception Desk. Trekking starts at 10 am, daily.

 

3. Cactus Centre

Visit any of the two main cactus centres in Cameron Highlands – Cactus Valley or Cactus Points, both have large assortment of cacti of all different shapes, colour and sizes.

4. Butterfly Farm

Started in 1990 initially as a hobby of the founder and a breeding house of these beautiful creatures, the Butterfly Farm presents live butterflies exhibition house and other exotic wildlife. Visitors can also learn about the fauna and flora of Malaysia here. Besides butterflies, visitors can also see a large collection of creepy crawlies, including spiders, insects and reptiles.

5. Gunung Brinchang Trails

Drive up Gunung Brinchang at 2,000 metres above sea level and climb the viewing tower for unforgettable panoramic views across lush peaks.

6. English Afternoon Tea

Relax at the Lakeview Terrace and enjoy traditional afternoon tea with a delectable selection of finger sandwiches, scones, seasonal fruits and variety of cakes and tarts. Available at The Lakehouse
Cameron Highlands.

7. Shop in local markets & KEA Farm

The markets around Cameron Highlands typically sell an assortment of fresh agriculture produce, herbs, clothing, and other day-to-day items. Many also cater to tourists, with an array of souvenirs and trinkets and, of course, local products like tea, honey, and strawberries.

8. Strawberry Jam Making

Make your own strawberry jam under the watchful eye of Chef Edmund – the creator of our famous lip-smacking strawberry jam. Course fees include a recipe card and a jar of strawberry jam to take home.

9. Golfing

The 18-hole Cameron Highlands Golf Course presents a challenge for keen golfing enthusiasts. Equipment is available for rental on site and the course provides nice scenic views over the mountains and tea plantations. Fee applies.

10. Agro Technology Park in MARDI

Home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples and pears as well as persimmons. The 42-hectare park has Rose, Orchid, English, Herb and Orchid Gardens and a research and information centre where visitors can also pick up some souvenirs.