Discover the Cameron Highlands, a lush green region unlike any other part of Malaysia. Home of a unique and vibrant ecosystem, it was declared a wildlife reserve nearly 50 years ago.
The Cameron Highlands are Malaysia’s agricultural heartland, supplying vegetables to the major cities of the country, and to Singapore. The cool climate also makes it an excellent area for growing tea and roses.
Take a day to explore this beautiful landscape, its agriculture, and its impressive natural sites. Visit the Iskandar Waterfalls, and admire the crash of the water amid of lush greenery.
Visit the highlands’ remarkable Rose Garden, where hundreds of varieties of roses are grown, along with other rare and beautiful flowers.
See some of the local tea plantations stretch out in front of you, look around for exotic migratory birds and see colonial houses in this amazing and unique corner of Malaysia.
Itinerary and Schedule
Proceed with a leisure drive towards the cool and refreshing Cameron Highlands, this is 1542 meters above sea level. Stop and enjoy Iskandar Waterfalls. Lata Iskandar is one of the favourite attractions in Cameron Highlands, which is also an ideal place for picnics and relaxation. The waterfall is located halfway between Tapah and Cameron Highlands. Along the way you will also pass by homes of Orang Asli, the native people who had been living in these parts of the jungle since the beginning. You may want to stop and take their picture. You will then proceed north towards the hill resort of Cameron Highlands. Upon arrival at Cameron Highlands, enjoy tours such as visiting the Butterfly park, Strawberry farm, Rose garden, Kea Farms, Market and Tea Plantation.