A plateau covering just over 700 kilometres of land, the Cameron Highlands have daytime highs that can reach 25 degrees Celsius and nightly lows drop as low as 12 degrees. The area has historical sites from the colonial days. Many Cameron Highlands attractions like the following favourites are available for those who visit on their holiday:
Boh Tea Plantation
A driving tour includes blowing horns around tight, narrow corners. Then to see the overlook requires ascending a series of stairs, but the view is amazing. The plantation has a tea room serving a variety of teas and snacks. Visitors can also tour a free portion of the tea factory.
The region has waking tracks and a butterfly farm to the north of town. The butterfly farm is delightful and has a rose garden beside it.
A truly fantastic place, a platform allows visitors to see the beautiful mosses and moss formations. Additionally, a guided tour over a challenging walking track is an adventure that takes about four hours.
Extreme discovery tours for individuals and families with older children, experienced guides take guests in an all-terrain vehicle back into the jungle and a hike further into the forest over bamboo and logs. Lunches are included.
Trail No. 10
A free activity and a strenuous hike, the trail rewards the explorer with a close-up look at jungle flora and fauna with a remarkable view from the top of a mountain. Hiking early lets people watch the sunrise.