Discover our travel guide of Cameron Highlands in Malaysia made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.
Located in the state of Pahang in Malaysia, Cameron Highlands is a district that became a mountain resort in the 1930s. It is filled with many tea plantations that are now a huge part of the economy. The region has become an important tourist site.
Cameron Highlands is the largest mountain resort in Peninsular Malaysia. The Cameron Highlands is almost 5000 feet (1,500 meters) above sea level. This is why the region enjoys a mild climate.
In addition to the plantations, one can participate in excursions to the Mossy forest, where you will admire the largest flower in the world that is the Rafflesia. Close to the village, this jungle walk leads 1.2 miles (2 km) further to the second-largest mountain of the country, Gunung Brinchang. You can also try to climb the highest mountain in Malaysia, Gunung Irau. A little more than 6.2 miles (10 km) south of the village, you can bathe in a series of waterfalls in the wild, the Lata Iskandar waterfall. You can also find organized tours to visit a traditional village of Orang Asli, the indigenous people of Malaysia. As you can see, there is a lot to see and do in Cameron Highlands. You can easily spend several days there without getting bored!
On the way, you will see the first agricultural farms, specialized in the culture of strawberries. You can then stop for a strawberry milkshake! The strawberries, specialties of the area, are really delicious. In addition to these farms, you can visit cactus gardens and butterfly farms. There are also a few convenience stores along the road.
The appearance of neon green mountains of tea plantations is a real visual shock. It is a unique landscape, and to discover it after hours of walking is a real reward! You can at any time go up in the hills and walk freely in the middle of the tea clods. At the approach of Sungai Palas, you can go through small lost villages, posed in the middle of the plantations. Your senses will be awakened in these tea fields, you can even buy some at the local store.
Cameron Highlands is not a very rich area in terms of historical heritage, but it is an ideal destination to relax in the middle of nature and discover its impressive scenery, it is the place with the most beautiful landscapes in Malaysia so do not miss it!
It rains very frequently in Cameron Highlands but the least rainy months are January, February, June and July.
The average temperature in Cameron Highlands is 26 °C. Bring warm clothes if you go there because in the morning, evening and some afternoons, the temperature does not exceed 15-20 °C.
The Cameron Highlands Resort is the ideal place where many hikes begin and end. Tanah Rata is also a strategic place to stay as many hiking trails start or end there too. There is also a better selection of restaurants, cafés, and hotels in this area.
There are several options for traveling from Langkawi to Cameron Highlands.
Take the ferry from Langkawi to Penang, then the bus to Cameron Highlands. The ferry from Langkawi to Kuala Perlis is shorter, but you have to make several stops. Then take a cab to Arau station and take a train to Ipoh. From Ipoh, you can take a cab or bus to Cameron Highlands.
Fly from Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur and continue on your way. The other option is to fly from Langkawi to Penang, then go to Butterworth on the mainland to take a train to Ipoh or a direct bus to Cameron Highlands.
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