The captivating beauty of Cameron Highlands
This expanse of more than 700 square kilometres of flowers, rolling verdant hills and tea plantations offers a unique setting and an exceptional sight unlike anywhere else in Malaysia. The four townships of Cameron Highlands were developed in 1920 by the British and later on, smaller settlements sprang up around the various levels of the hills.
Nowadays people visit Cameron Highlands for the sheer beauty of the site and the peaceful atmosphere, as well as the cooler temperatures. There are plenty of sights and activities throughout the highlands, from environmental and cultural visits to jungle trekking and nature trails.
You cannot possibly visit Cameron Highlands without being overwhelmed by the splendour and vastness of its tea plantations. Here is where you can learn all about the process of tea production and taste the various blends at the tearooms.
The renowned strawberry farms in Malaysia are just as popular, with their delicious strawberry jams and fresh strawberries, which you can pick directly from the plant and purchase by weight at very cheap prices. Cameron Highland’s flower nurseries and gardens boast an expanse of multi-hued plant specimens, from carnations, roses and dahlias to geraniums, gladioli and fuchsias. Most of the leading produce is located around the Bertam Valley.