Stretching out into the misty distance, the Cameron Highlands is a stunningly green hill station comprising a number of towns and a huge tea planation.
Situated in the central hills of Peninsular Malaysia, it contains the highest point in Malaysia that you can reach by road. The Cameron Highlands provides one of Malaysia’s premier, untouched beauty spots.
Trekking here will uncover scenic waterfalls and exotic birds, while it’s just as amazing an experience to visit the towns and see life here at its simplest and finest. In the peak season it becomes improbably busy, so it’s best experienced out of season – it’s just as beautiful.
It’s also completely different from the majority of Malaysia, and makes for a fantastic way to break up your trip.
Why visit the Cameron Highlands?
Enjoy a long refreshing drink of the delicious, locally-grown tea or ‘teh’ as the local’s call it
Trek in the wilderness and enjoy the sights of the untouched Malaysian jungle
Break up your typical trip through Malaysia; the Cameron Highlands is very different to anything else that you’ll encounter here
Truly breath-taking views of the surrounding area – be sure to have your camera ready
Visit the bee and butterfly gardens and see nature at its very best