From far we saw this Flinstone’s mud house – or at least that was the name I used before I found out it’s called the Blueberry Earth House – a cute little cafe that sits perched on the hill, overlooking the fertile soils of Cameron Highlands. Looks like Cameron Highlands lovers have one more new attraction to go to! Continue reading
Grape & Tomato Farms are among the less well-known farms in Cameron Highlands. The farms are both owned by KC Kwang & Sons that’s really worth the visit because the fruits are compost grown, meaning they are organic and can be eaten without washing. Continue reading
The Mushroom Farm is a delightful addition to the various types of farms in Cameron Highlands. It is on a smaller scale compared to some of the other humongous farms but I think it is worth going and quite educational too Continue reading
We stayed for a night at Cameron Highlands Resort by YTL, a wonderful Tudor style hotel reminiscing the colonial times. Continue reading
We ate at Kwan Kee steamboat restaurant (坤记) for dinner in Brinchang. Eating steamboat is one of the best things you can do in Cameron Highlands. And it is not just any steamboat, it is CHARCOAL steamboat, something that seems to be very popular in Cameron Highlands compared to the electric counterparts on lower ground. Brinchang is flooded with steamboat restaurants to choose from. Continue reading
It is magical at the Butterfly Farm in Cameron Highlands with a plethora of butterflies doing staccato dances on the flowers, or simply resting on leaves.
Kea Farm is a mini Cameron Highlands, with the essence of Cameron Highlands all combined into one. Fruits, vegetables, tea, honey products, flowers, cactus, dried products and souvenirs. One of the best places for shopping. Continue reading
Tea plantations in Cameron Highlands are spectacular sights. We visited the Sungai Palas Boh Tea Plantation, which is not the easiest to get to as you have to drive through a narrow, meandering and bumpy lane. But it’s all well worth the bumps. Continue reading