Travel Guide Cameron Highland

Travel Guide Cameron Highland

Cameron Highland is an ideal Holiday Destination for Families 

Escape to a cool, picturesque getaway, situated at an elevation of 1,524m above sea level, this refreshing retreat is characterised by undulating valleys, sprawling tea plantations, terraced flower gardens and vegetable farms. This is the largest hill resort in Malaysia.

The highlands encompass three small towns: Ringlet, a rich agricultural area and site of the famous tea plantations; 13km beyond and 300m higher, Tanah Rata, the principal settlement of the highlands; and 5km further north, Brinchang, renowned for the fruit and vegetable farms to the north of the town. The best accommodation is in Tanah Rata and Brinchang

  1. Ringlet situated at the base
  2. Tanah Rata the administrative centre with the most number of chalets and backpackers’ inns as well as Brinchang
Cameron  Highland Travel Guide Map

Top 10  Things to do In Cameron Highland Travel Guide

  1. Visit the tea plantations, Boh Tea Center Sungai Palas, Tringkap
  2. Lata Iskandar Hutan Lipur Waterfall, Tapah Ringlet
  3. Buy fresh vegetable from direct vegetable farm
  4. Pluck fresh strawberries at Strawberry Farm
  5. Buy cheap flower and plants or cactus at flower nurseries
  6. Visit Brinchang Morning Market for Fresh Produce
  7. Beat the Cold with Hot Steamboat Dinner
  8. Famous Butterfly Farm at Kea Farm
  9. Enjoy Street Food and Buy Vegetable at Brinchang Market
  10. Visit Cameron Valley Bharat Tea Plantation, Tanah Rata

What to eat in Cameron Highland Travel Guide

Restaurant in Brinchang Travel Guide

  1. You Hoo Seafood Restaurant
    Address:3, Jalan Besar, Brinchang Cameron Highlands, Pahang
    Phone: +605-4911726
  2. You Hoo Seafood Restaurant
    Location: Brinchang, Cameron Highlands
    Address:3, Jalan Besar, Brinchang Cameron Highlands, Pahang
    Phone: +605-4911726
  3. Cameron Organic Produce Steamboat Restaurant
    Address:10, Bandar Baru, Brinchang Cameron Highlands, Pahang
    Phone: +605-4914807
  4. O.K. Tuck Restaurant
    Address:26, Jalan Besar, Brinchang 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang
    Phone: +605-4912380
  5. Yeong Wah Restaurant (Recommended!)
    Address:14, Jalan Angsana Dua, Brinchang Point, 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang
    Phone: +6016-5536982
  6. Highland Restaurant
    Address: 36,Bandar Baru Brinchang, 39100 Cameron Highlands,Pahang
    Phone: +605-4911309
  7. Fu Guang Vegetarian Restaurant (Recommended!)
    Address:Bandar Baru Brinchang, 39100 Cameron Highlands,Pahang
  8. Cactus View Restaurant (Recommended!)
    Address:Pekan lama, 39100 Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, pahang
  9. May Flower Restaurant (Recommended!)
    Address:22, Main Road, 39000 Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang Malaysia
  10. Ferm Nyonya Restaurant (Recommended!)
    Address:78A-D Persiaran Camelia 4, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands 39000 , Pahang, Malaysia.
  11. Restaurant Kumar (Recommended!)
    Address:26, Main Road, Tanah Rata, 39000 Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.
  12. Restaurant Sri Brinchang (Recommended!)
    Address:25, Main Road, Tanah Rata, 39000 Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.
  13. T-Cafe or The Lord’s Cafe (Recommended!)
    Address:Unit C2-G-01, Block C2, Taman Royal Lily, 39000 Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.

How to Travel from Singapore to Cameron Highland

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Ringlet and the Boh Tea Estate Cameron Highland Travel Guide

RINGLET, the first settlement you reach in the Cameron Highlands, 47km from Tapah. There are several tea plantations in the area; one of the most worthwhile to visit is the Boh Tea Estate (Tues–Sun 11am–3pm) There’s a free tour on which you’ll see the whole production process – from the picking to the packing of the tea,

North of Brinchang there are buses from Ringlet to Habu daily at approximately hourly intervals from 8am to 5.30pm. From here, it’s another 10km on a hilly and winding road to the estate. The quickest way to get to the tea estate is to take a taxi from Tanah Rata. 

Tanah Rata Cameron Highland Travel Guide

TANAH RATA is the Highlands’ most developed settlement, a bustling place  with hotels & buildings, flowers and parks. It comprises little more than one street Jalan Besar, known as “Main Road, which is where you’ll find most of the hotels, banks and other services, as well as some of the best restaurants in the Cameron Highlands, al

The street also serves as the main thoroughfare to the rest of the region, at night becomes the centre of the Cameron Highlands’ social life, with restaurant tables spilling out onto the pavement.

All the local and long-distance buses go only as far as Tanah Rata; to move further on to Brinchang and other destinations you’ll have to change here. The bus station is near the north end of the main road, passing Tanah Rata’s taxi rank along the way, located a little further toward the centre. At the far end of town, past the hospital and the police station, the road bends round to the west to continue on to Brinchang.

There is an official tourist office in Tanah Rata (Mon–Fri 9am–5pm) for the Cameron Highlands. Tanah Rata is an ideal base to explore the Cameron Highlands, with many walks starting nearby, a couple of waterfalls, a mosque and three reasonably high mountain peaks all within hiking distance.

Brinchang Cameron Highland Travel Guide

BRINCHANG, has a lively night market from 4pm on Fridays, Saturdays and daily on school holidays (end Nov to early Jan)In peak periods, you may have to resort to Brinchang as an alternative to Tanah Rata in order to find a room

 A more challenging alternative to the local trails is to hike to the summit of Gunung Brinchang (2032m), the highest peak in Malaysia accessible by road. . You can also walk to the Sam Poh Temple, 1km southeast of Brinchang, a gaudy modern place with a monastery that was built in 1965.

Where to stay in Cameron Highland Travel Guide

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  1. Hi, I would like to book a MPV for 6 persons from Sg to CH for 4D3N. At the moment, we also need the car to fetch us to the attractions. How much you can offer me thanks.

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