From strawberry farms to beautiful tea plantations, feast your eyes on Cameron Highlands’ prettiest sights
With emerald-green tea plantations that stretch on endlessly and Tudor-style architecture, it’s easy to see why you might mistake Cameron Highlands for a countryside setting elsewhere in the world.
This postcard-worthy spot is, in fact, located in Pahang. At a little over 700km², it’s roughly the size of Singapore and is one of Malaysia’s largest hill stations. Daytrippers and weekenders flock here for the cool, crisp air (temperatures can drop to as low as 12°C at night) and lush, bountiful greenery. It’s also famed for its beautiful flower gardens, fresh strawberries, dense forests, hiking trails, and of course, for being the birthplace of the legendary BOH tea. Just earlier this year, the highlands also came to life on the big screen in the HBO film adaptation of Tan Twan Eng’s novel, The Garden of Evening Mists.
Now that travel has begun to resume in Malaysia, browse the gallery below and be inspired by all the scenic spots you can look forward to on a trip to Cameron Highlands.
To discover more incredible destinations in Malaysia, check out this new video by Malaysia Airlines.