Brinchang, Cameron Highlands · 7 hotels available
Kea Farm Cameron Highlands, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Kea Farm PT 3285, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Lot F-4, Kea Farm, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Lot 166, Equatorial Hill Resort, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Kea Farm & Green Cow is an agricultural district and the highest located village located in between Brinchang and Tringkap town in Cameron Highlands. The cool climate weather of Cameron Highlands approximately under 20 degrees Celcius makes it not only ideal for growing tea but also the many varieties of vegetables. Kea Farm & Green Cow’s central feature is a vegetable market along the main road with a notable T-junction whereby there is a building that comprises numerous stalls and cafes that stretches until the end of the road with a bend towards another building called the Cameron Highlands Rose Centre.
There are flights to Ipoh provided by Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, Firefly and Air Asia. From the Ipoh airport, guests may then hail a taxi to reach Kea Farm & Green Cow areas.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the North-South Expressway (PLUS) exiting at Tapah or Simpang Pulai exit before continuing the journey towards Kea Farm & Green Cow areas. From Tapah exit, the journey leads through older, winding roads while from Simpang Pulai exit, the roads are newer, easier to drive.
The local bus terminal is located at Tanah Rata. Among the available express bus services are Konsortium Express, Unititi Express, GT Express, CS Travel and Pahang Lin Siong Motor Company. From Tanah Rata bus terminal, guests may then hail a taxi to reach Kea Farm & Green Cow areas.
This is one of the largest Agro-Tourism farm in Malaysia offering its visitors the experience of plucking fresh strawberries and tomatoes on their own on the approximately 5 hectares of sheltered farm. At the end of the activities, visitors may also enjoy strawberry based delicacies at the café such as strawberry pies, ice creams, smoothies, jams, pickles and even dried strawberries.
This place attracts families and nature lovers enjoying the free flying atmosphere of over 50 species of butterflies. Other attractions within this farm are the tortoise pen and a mini insectarium. The friendly staff help placing the insects for visitors request in snapping photographs.
This place is situated on a hill slope of Kea Farm and sells practically every type of cactus plants imaginable. It boasts for many kinds of rare species, even some as old as 60 years. The farm also cultivates a range of flowers and apples too.
The left turn into the narrow hill of the T-junction at Kea Farm will bring guests to this place. The BOH Tea Centre is operated by Malaysia’s largest tea company, BOH offering interactive tours of the tea factory and the tea plantation site at the Sungai Palas areas.
This museum has been recognised as Malaysia’s first memorabilia museum that showcases ‘objets de art’ or pieces showing what life was like in Malaysia right after the Japanese occupation. Among the displays include old post-war years photographs.
This vegetable farm has been established as a scenic rose garden since 1989. It spreads over 10 levels of terraces, becoming Cameron Highland’s coolest and biggest tourist center. Besides providing over 100 species of blooming splendour of roses, guests are also entertained by the well blend of both western and eastern design architecture featuring various cultural murals, colourful stone sculptures and landscaping. Among the highlights are the rare “black” and “green” roses.
This is the place where visitors can watch how local honey is cultivated and get the knowledge on the role of honey bees. There are also various types of honey available for sampling and purchasing.
This apartment unit hotel is surrounded by majestic mountains and hills of Cameron Highlands. It is designed to retain the charm of an English village and provides guestrooms to suit every needs. This hotel is a perfect choice for a comfortable stay in Cameron Highlands.
This hotel is formerly known as Bala’s Holiday Chalet and has been renamed Planters Country Hotel in 2013. This is one of the oldest colonial buildings built during the pre-war era and has been preserved in its original form until today. Once a famous school, this hotel continue its tradition of “tea being served in the best British tradition.”
This English Tudor-styled hotel provides the charm of traditional, colonial English ambience. Guests may experience the finest dining starting with English breakfast and enjoying the relaxation of resting beside open fireplaces or spending time in great scenery of the English garden.
This hotel is a Tudor-inspired resort with gables and sandstone design. It offers nice, serene environment tucked within tropical gardens of Cameron Highlands. Its rooms are well furnished and provides good services at all times.
This hotel has been considered as the highest and the biggest resort in Cameron Highlands. It provides peaceful ambience and ensures comfortable stay while being in Kea Farm & Green Cow areas. Its strategic location makes an excellent accessibility to most of desired places of interest.