The Lavender Garden is the latest addition to the multitude of farms in Cameron Highlands. As we drive along the road, it is impossible to miss this impressive sea of flowers and possibly the most massive one too in Cameron Highlands.
The garden is built based on the theme of a dreamy happy land with the castle and angels.
Whereas these arches and letter boxes resemble happiness, love, friendship and good health.
Strawberry being one of the most abundant produce of Cameron Highlands, it is no surprise that the lavender garden has their own strawberry farm too. I noticed that the strawberries here are planted slightly different from the other farms. They are planted in a tube of soil instead of individual pots. Latest technology maybe?
The garden also has a hydroponic farm, growing butterhead lettuce, red corals and green corals. And only RM 10 for 3 pieces!
Oh, and there’s a small patch of land growing pumpkins too! Now this really reminds me of Smurf Village!
At the end of the strawberry farm, you can see an array of beautiful chrysanthemum flowers afar. Unfortunately this part of the farm is not accessible to visitors.
As the garden is still very new, some of the facilities like the cafe, souvenir shop are not open yet. Certain parts of the garden are still a little barren. Imagine how pretty the leafy wall would have been with flourishing flowers? But I do look forward to coming back to this lavender garden again, and hopefully it will be even more fantastic!
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Tel: +605 4961 208.
Website: cameronlavender.com (the website is there, but no information in it as of 20/2/13)
Entrance Fee: RM 5 per person.
Address: Lot UT/KT/K22 Tringkap, 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang.