Showing posts from May, 2014

Cameron Lavender Garden , Cameron Highland | Malaysia

A recently popular attraction in Cameron Highlands, not only lavender, they plant all kind of flowers here, colourful, beautiful, well maintain farm. They have also prepare a lot of decoration spots for tourist to take photos, and a small corner special for Lavender. I went at the right time, all the flowers are blooming abundantly at their fullest and it is absolutely mesmerizing. the garden is built based on the theme of a dreamy happy land with the castle and angels. The flowers are well maintained and were in full bloom when we were there.  It is a beautiful, clean and well maintained garden. it is worthwhile for paying an entrance fee of RM5. One can pick strawberries and daisy flowers by paying a fee. Do make sure you take some nice pictures before you leave the garden. Tringkap , 39100 Cameron Highlands,  Pahang, Malaysia GPS coordinate: 4.526774, 101.426226 Mon - Thu: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri - Sun: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Phone : 05-496 1208

Cactus Valley , Cameron Highland | Malaysia

We saw this spot on our way to a strawberry farm and decided to stop by. It was quite nice. They have loads and loads of cactus plants as well as various other types of plants. They also have a strawberry plucking section  Cactus Valley is really a place for cactus. Many types of cactus are available,Most of the cactus displayed are for sale, with RM 10 (around USD 3.1) for 2-7 pots. The valley really worth us to spend some times on it. The admission is free. 89, Taman Matahari Cerah,  Pahang,39010 ‎Cameron Highlands Tel. 05-491 5640 ‎ View Larger Map

Cameron Highland | Malaysia

Decided to pay a visit here since it was the 1st time for me 1 day trip...It was chaotic during Wesak Day.From Kuala Lumpur we started our Journey at 6a.m using the north-south Plus highway... This Trip route is challenging for me...we dicide to went up at Tapah Exit and back down at Simpang Pulai Exit...What As People said challenging is going up by using Old Road to Cameron highland and it's was really adventure with all the sharp turn and narrow road...some people will get car dizzy and vomit if not to use it....  We Stop At Bidor For Breakfast.... Mee Wah restaurant , Bidor Back On track after Breakfast.. Click On The Tittle For More Photo :)   There are 3 different ways to get to Cameron Highlands. The most popular one is through Tapah (exit 132 PLUS highway) using route 59 to Ringlet and then Tanah Rata. Another one is further north via the Simpang Pulai exit and visitors from the east coast can use the Gua Musang - Cameron Highlands road. Coming south fro

Galeria Time Tunnel , Cameron HIghland | Malaysia

Time Tunnel is a local museum dedicated to preserving the historical memory and cultural heritage of Cameron Highlands. Located in Brinchang, the museum occupies a basement within Kok Lim Strawberry Farm, perched next to the main road shortly after leaving Brinchang town towards Kea Farm. The 1,000 odd exhibits are the private collection of See Kok Shan, a Cameron local with a penchant for vintange items and memorabilia. Having acummulated much junk over years of domestic travel, See partnered with Kok Lim Strawberry Farm to open Time Tunnel - a way of sharing his treasure trove of memories with visitors from all walks of life. Walking down the passageway, it is clear that meticulous care has gone into recreating past scenery and landscapes for visitors to explore. Most prominent are the snapshots of life during the colonial era and subsequent years after Independence; a classic pubhouse, Chinese coffee shop ('Kopitiam'), traditional hair saloon, Peranakan dresssi

Cameron Valley Tea , Cameron Highland | Malaysia

The Bharat Group is a diversified global business with roots in Malaysia. It produces some of the world’s favourite tea labels. Initially a supplier of tea leaves to leading Malaysian and international brands, today the company is growing its retail presence with popular brands like Cameron Valley. From dream to determination, the company has greatly advanced since its inception in 1933 in the scenic Cameron Highlands, by Shuparshad Bansal Agarwal. Beginning in the age of the British Empire, surviving Japanese occupation in World War II and then expanding rapidly in the exciting era of Malaysian independence, the Bharat Group developed its expertise and extended its supply chain, growing in both size and scale. Rich in tradition and big in ambition, the company is driven by innovation. 1600 acres of prized plantation reaps an astonishing 70,000 kgs of green tea leaves plucked per week. 3143 cups of steaming tea exchange hands at retail outlets across Malaysia. 252 dedicated