Pahang, Malaysia · 151 hotels available
Kea Farm Cameron Highlands, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
The Square, Jalan Aranda Nova, Greencow, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
No. 56, Jalan Kuari, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Lot 42, Jalan Masjid, Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Lot 187 & 188, Jalan Besar , Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Jalan Gereja, Tanah Rata, , Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Kea Farm PT 3285, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Lot 47, Section 3, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Barrington Square, Jalan Golden Hill 1, Cameron Golden Hill, Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
No, 5, Jalan Besar Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
Peony Square Kuala Terla,Cameron Highlands, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
C-3-1 Jalan Camelia, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Crown Imperial Court, Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
1, Bandar Baru Brinchang, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39100
S2-G-3A Somersquare Golden Hill, Jalan Golden Hill 9, Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Lot 195 & 196, , Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Iris House Resort, Pekeliling Padang Golf, Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, 39000
Cameron Highlands is situated at the northwestern tip of Pahang, Malaysia, a 2-hour drive from Ipoh or 2.5-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur.
It is known as one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations. It equals the size of Singapore or about 712 kilometres square.
There are 3 major ethnics: Malay, Chinese and Indians. Most of the people here are entrepreneurs, service industry employees, farm workers, retirees or government employees. Cameron Highlands was named after Sir William Cameron, a British surveyor who was commissioned by the colonial government. He found this area in an expedition to map out the Pahang-Perak border area in the 1885.
In 1931, the British and the locals moved in to settle on the slopes of the mountain. They were soon followed by tea planters and vegetable growers who found the climate suitable for growing crops.
Today, Cameron Highlands is not only the biggest and best known of Malaysia’s hill stations, it is also the highest point in Peninsular Malaysia accessible by car.
Cameron Highlands is one of the popular tourist destinations in Malaysia because of the pleasant cool weather, natural scenery and jungle trekking activities. Visiting Cameron Highlands is a good choice if you seek for a serene holiday.
For accommodation, there are many nice hotels in Cameron Highlands for both locals and tourists to stay at.
Below is the list of major areas in Cameron Highlands
Ringlet is one of the main agricultural hubs for the highlands, located at an elevation of 1,200 metres. In Bertam Valleys, you will find numerous flower nurseries and vegetable farms perched along the banks of Bertam River.
Tanh Rata is the heart of Cameron Highlands. It is popular among locals and foreign tourists. It has cool weather with daily temperature ranging from 16 to 24 degree Celsius. Tanah Rata is located at an elevation of 1,440 metres and surrounded by hills and mountain peaks.
Brinchang is located five kilometres away from Tanah Rata. It is the second largest township in Cameron Highlands after Tanah Rata. It has a popular night market which attracts a lot of locals and foreign tourists on weekends and public holidays.
These are the routes to Cameron Highlands:
Cameron Highlands has no airport, the nearest airport is located in Ipoh. For example, if you’re traveling from Singapore or Medan, you will land in Ipoh International Airport (IPH).
If you’re taking the bus to Cameron Highlands, you can depart from Kuala Lumpur (Puduraya Terminal). There are four bus companies you can find
The fare for one way ticket is around RM35. Duration required for bus from Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands is about 3 hours, depending on traffic condition.
(All prices are subject to change).
If you’re on a holiday in Cameron Highlands, make sure to visit these travel destinations:
No trip to Cameron Highlands is complete without visiting the tea plantations. It is said that this area is the largest tea plantations in Southeast Asia. If you drive through the slope and hill, you will be astonished by the breathaking view.
You can visit the factories to learn about the tea making process and you can also sit down and enjoy a cup of tea at the cafe.
These are the popular tea plantation areas in Cameron Highland:
There are two butterfly farms in Cameron Highlands and both are located around the Kea Farm area. These gardens has numerous of different species of butterfly even the rare one.
08:00 - 18:00 daily
RM5 for adults
RM2 for children.
Address: 43rd Miles, Kea Farm, 39100 Brinchang
At Fragrance Nursery, be dazzled with the mix of colors and species of flowers grown here. The common flowers here are roses, carnations, chrysanthemum, dahlia, geranium, fuschia and gladioli.
Cameron Highlands is known as the leading producer of fresh flowers in Malaysia. Most of the flower nurseries are centered around Bertam Valley and all along the way from Brinchang to Kg. Raja.
You can buy cheap flowers at this nursery or any market around the highland.
08:00 - 18:00 daily
Address: Jalan Kea Farm, Brinchang, 39100, Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Where there are flowers, there are bees. Being the largest producer of temperate cut flowers in Southeast Asia, it makes good sense to rear bees for the honey.
In Cameron Highlands, there are several bee farms in Habu, Brinchang and Kea Farm with apiaries. The bee farms provide the best quality of honey, bee pollen and royal jelly. You can also enjoy some refreshments at in-house cafes while enjoying the surrounding views.
The popular Honey Bee Farms are :
Opened in 2013, Lavender Gardens is the newest attraction in Cameron Highland. This floral themed park offering a dazzle of colours for visitors to admire and photograph.
There are also many types of flowers grown here such as gerberas, camellias, roses, peonies and yellow daisies.
Visitors can self-pick daisies for RM2 per stalk or RM10 for 6 stalks. An apiary and a small gift shop also selling lavender products are among the other offerings while potted lavender plants are sold for RM15 each.
Monday - Thursday (09:00 - 18:00)
Friday - Sunday (09:00 - 19:00)
RM5 for adults
RM3 for children.
Address: Tringkap, Cameron Highlands, 39100 Pahang, Malaysia
(All prices are subject to change)
In Time Tunnel Gallery, take a peek into Cameron Highlands’s past through the old photographs and stories that many people do not know about. A lot of the photos depicting the past are from personal collections of the locals who’s been here since the pre-war days.
You can also see some of the familiar items from the yesteryears. For those who grew up in the 40′s to 80′s, this will be a walk back in memory lane.
09:00 - 18:00 daily
RM5 for adults
RM3 for children.
Address: Jalan Sungai Burong, 39100 Brinchang. Cameron Highlands.