Back to Nature
Back to Nature
Back to Nature 31. August 2017
Beautiful and lush, Cameron Highlands has remained 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.

The Cameron Highlands takes its name from William Cameron, the surveyor who mapped the area in 1885. He was soon followed by tea planters, Chinese vegetable farmers and wealthy colonialists seeking a cool escape from the heat of the lowlands. Today, Cameron Highlands is still home to many tea plantations, as well as strawberry and vegetable farms, jungle trails, cascading waterfalls and rose gardens. Much of the highlands’ character remains unchanged, exuding an old English charm.

These are some of the farms and plantations that you can visit. A great experience for city-folks and a fun time exploring for children and the entire family.


59, Taman Tringkap, 39100 Brinchang, Pahang, Malaysia
Tel +6 05 496 1208
Opening Hours: 9am—6pm

Cactus Point

39100 Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Tel +6 05 491 4180
Opening Hours: 8am to 6pm

Cameron Highlands Butterfly GARDEN

MDCH 3, Batu 43, Green Cow, 39100 Kea Farm, Pahang, Malaysia
Tel +605 496 1364
Opening Hours: 8am to 6pm

Sungai Palas Boh Tea Plantation

Jalan Gunung Brinchang, 39000 Brinchang
Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Tel +6 05 496 2096
Opening Hours: 9am to 4.30pm (Closed Mondays)

Bharat Tea Plantation

15 & 16, Main Road, 39000 Tanah Rata
Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Tel +6 05 491 1133
Opening Hours: 8.30am to 6pm (Mon to Thu); 9am to 7pm (Fri to Sun)