|Tour Code||Frequency||Pick-up Time||Duration|
|SKT10||Daily Departure||0730 Hours||Approx. 12 Hours|
The Cameron Highlands areas was originally discovered in 1885 by William Cameron, a British government Surveyor who came across, “A fine plateau with gentle slopes, shut in by loftier mountains”, whilst hacking a path up through dense jungle on a mapping expedition. Creating a hill station in the area was first voiced in 1888 by Sir Hugh Low, a Perak resident who suggested it might be a suitable place for a retreat and farmland.
For a long period very little happened, it was not until 1925, over 40 years after William Cameron’s original discovery, when Sir George Maxwell visited the area and it was decided to develop it into a hill station.Cameron Highlands was a heaven for the British who were stationed in Malaya as it provided relief from the hot and humid tropical climate of the lowlands.
Cameron Highlands stands at 1524 meters above sea level, enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures rarely higher than 25°C and low than 10 °C. In 1929, John Archibald Russell, who was the son of a British administrative officer started a tea plantation which is now the famous BOH Tea Plantation. BOH stands for Best of Highland. The other tea plantation was established in 1932, by the Shuparshad family and known as Bharat Tea Plantation in Cameron Valley brand. Cameron Highlands is the nation’s prime producer of fresh vegetables such as carrot, chili, cabbage, cauliflower, brocolli, brinjal, tomato, green beans and more. Fruits such as strawberries, apple, orange, watermelon and much more. Flowers such as rose, carnation and jasmine. Cameron Highlands is situated in Pahang, which is the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. It has a land of 36,000 square kilometers, much of which is undeveloped and covered by tropical rainforest. Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in Pahang, covering an area of 443 square kilometers. It is positioned close to the border to the north. It is made up of 3 main township at different elevations. The first town you’ll see coming from the South is Ringlet, followed by Tanah Rata and Brinchang. There are few small town such as Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja which going towards Northern part of Malaysia.
Places of Interest:
- North – South Highway (Drive Past)
- Handmade Basket Factory (Visit Stop)
- Lata Iskandar Waterfall (Photo Stop)
- Aborigines Village (Visit Stop) – Blow Pipes Demonstration
- BOH Tea Plantation (Visit Stop)
- BOH Tea Factory (Visit Stop) (factory closed on Monday)
- Vegetable Farm (Visit Stop)
- Vegetable Market (Visit Stop)
- Strawberry Farm (Visit Stop) – Own Self Picking
- Butterfly Garden (Visit Stop)
- Honey Bee Farm (Visit Stop)
- Cactus Garden (Visit Stop)
- Bharat Tea Plantation (Photo Stop)
|Adult 2 persons||RM350.00 per person|
|Adult 4 persons||RM300.00 per person|
|Adult 6 persons||RM250.00 per person|
|Adult 8 persons||RM200.00 per person|
|Child (3 – 11)||RM200.00 per person|
|Child (Below 3yrs)||FOC|
- Minimum 2 pax.
- DEPOSIT RM100 is required, balance payment (Cash Only) upon pick up.
- PAYPAL FEE RM6 WILL BE COLLECT UPON PICK UP
- Local Lunch Included