Cameron Highlands: Landscapes after the development

Sun rise view from Equatorial Hotel at Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is always my family favorite holiday designation. This is our N times visits here.

There are things that remained the same just like my 1st visit at Cameron Highlands more than 30 years ago…….the English Tudor Style Smoke House, the Kowloon Hotel where my sister had a accident that left a small scar on her eyebrow, the colonial style Convent School, the beautiful tea plantation landscapes, etc……………….

Boh Farlie Tea Plantation
Boh Farlie Tea Plantation

But there are so much transformation also, the weather was not as cool as usual, the mushroom growth of strawberry farms, hotels and apartments had changed the landscape of the highlands, overcrowded Tanah Rata and Brinchang town, roads that full of vehicles during the holiday peaks…………………..

Kea Farm Village
Kea Farm Village

Nevertheless, we still enjoyed the cool weather, relax and nice ambient, amidst lush greenery, rolling hills and majestic mountains, colonial style buildings at Tanah Rata, the tea plantations, flowers nurseries, vegetable farms, strawberry farms, butterfly farms, cactus valley, rose gardens………. not to forget the home-made Scone and Apple pies at T-Cafe and bargained sales of flowers and vegetables at the Brinchang night markets.

Flowers Nurseries at Cameron Highlands
Flowers Nurseries at Cameron Highlands
Cactus Point
Cactus Point
My nephew enjoying the strawberries
Strawberries at Big Red Strawberry Farm

Other Posts :

[Cameron Highlands: Tea Plantation] &

[ Cameron Highlands : Strawberry]


Author: huichun

Originate from Taiping, now staying in Kuala Lumpur, Malayisia and working in a management consultancy and training firm. A typical Gemini that like to poke the nose in everything, everywhere. Like to cook, travel, read, share views with others,help the needy.......... Currently the main concerns are Malaysia civil society & politics, world environmental issues and managing a community library in KL.

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