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Cameron Highlands Day Tour

Cameron Highlands is the Malaysia largest hill station which is located around 200km from Kuala Lumpur and covers an area of 712km.  It is also the highest point in Malaysia where can be accessed via road.T he temperature in Cameron Highlands can drop as low as 9 °C.

RM350.00

Cameron Highlands Day Tour

Tour Code: DASIAKL28 (Privately Organized)

The cheapest private tour in Kuala Lumpur!

The Cameron Highlands areas were initially discovered by  William Cameron in 1885, occupying an area of 712.8 square kilometers. Cameron Highlands is approximately 200 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur. Developed in the 1930s this place is one of the oldest tourist spots in Malaysia.
The name of Cameron Highland comes from the British explorer and Geologist, William Cameroon who were ordered by the colonial government to map out the Pahang-Perak boarder in 1885. 40 years later, Sir George Maxwell visited the place to see if it could be turned into a resort. He spent days surveying the area.

The climate of Cameron Highland in on the border between subtropical highland climate and tropical rainforest climate. The temperatures rarely higher than 25°C but can drop as low as  9 °C.
Tea and strawberry are the plants that can be found in Cameron Highland as they cannot survive in most of the place in Peninsular Malaysia. Other than apple, orange, watermelon, and grape are also type of fruits that grew on Cameron Highland.  Fresh vegetables such as chili, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, broccoli, brinjal, tomato, green beans also can be found.

Places of Interest*

North-South Highway (Drive Past)
Handmade Basket Factory (Visit Stop)
Lata Iskandar Waterfall (Photo Stop)
Aborigines Village (Visit Stop) – Blow Pipes Demonstration
BOH Tea Factory (Visit Stop)
BOH Tea Plantation (Visit Stop)
Vegetable Farm (Visit Stop)
Vegetable Market (Visit Stop)
Strawberry Farm (Visit Stop) – Self Pick
Cactus Garden (Visit Stop)
Honey Bee Farm (Visit Stop)
Butterfly Garden (Visit Stop)
Bharat Tea Plantation (Photo Stop)
Local Lunch (Guest can choose local Chinese / Indian food)

Time
Frequency: Daily Departure except for Monday
Duration: Approximately 12 hours
Pick up time: 0700

Itinerary
0700: Pick up from any big hotel in Kuala Lumpur
0730: It will take at least 2 hours to get to Tapah in Perak.
0930: Visit the  handmade basket factory
1030: Visit Lata Iskandar Waterfall
1130: Stopover at Aborigines Village, visit Aborigines houses and watch the demonstration of blowpipes. Visitors can use this opportunity to try out the blowpipes.
1230: Head to Tea Plantation and Factory. (Documentary about tea will be displayed, visitors are allowed to spectate the processing of the tea leaf. Visitors can use this opportunity to taste or even purchase a variety of tea with different flavor.
1400: Local lunch (Guest can choose local Chinese / Indian food)
1500: Stop at Strawberry Farm, Vegetable Farm, Bee Farm, Honey Cactus Garden, and Butterfly Garden.
1600: Head back to Kuala Lumpur.
1900: Estimation of time to reach Kuala Lumpur.

Terms and Condition
Minimum: 2 Adults
Others    :
The Tea Factory is open except on Monday.
This package includes entrance fee to Butterfly Park, mineral water, and lunch.
Advisable to wear comfortable walking shoes.
Private Tour ~ car/van with driver.
The finalize itinerary will be made by us on the day of the tour. Due to the nature of the trip, the weather, road condition, local circumstances,  safety factors, the route, and itinerary may differ than those were published, but the content of the tour will be the same.
The itinerary will be finalized by us subject to the local weather condition.
Vegetarian food is served upon request. Please inform me in advance.
Our tour picks up and drops off based in Kuala Lumpur/Petaling Jaya/Damansara area ONLY.
Other from these areas we will charge for pick up & drop off service charge.

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