Monday, October 24, 2011

Unforgetable Holidays with Sweet Memories in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Cameron Highlands, which is the evergreen, Malaysia's largest & best known hill resort, located in the state of Pahang. It was discovered by William Cameron, a British surveyor, explored the area in 1885 during a mapping expedition, and so it was named Cameron Highlands.
We took the Five Stars coach at 10Pm night & arrived there next morning at 8Am. On the way, there are a lot of U-turns & the 2 way roads are very narrow & dangerous. On the road, we saw the damaged cars from the crash. I was scared & so I prayed  throughout the trip to reach there safely. Firstly, we visited tea plantation.

Tea Plantation


Tour Guide explained about the tea's History, Types,  Time of harvest & Export.
Then, we started to visit to BOH Tea Factory. Have a memorable experience viewing the full process of Tea!
After that, we moved into the mossy forest. There are a lot of awesome medicinal plants, beautiful wild orchids  & herbal plants. But it was very muddy & rainy at that time so I couldn't take photos, trying  not to slip into the forest. In my life, it was a risky & valuable experience to have a chance to study a world wonders of nature forest.
 
                                       Mossy Forest
Next, drove up to the highest point of Cameron highlands- Mount Brinchang located at a majestic height of 6666 feet above sea level & enjoyed the most panoramic view of the highlands from the top of tower.
In addition, we went to strawberry farm. There are also souvenir shops of local vegetables, strawberry-made products & accessories. Moreover, self picking of strawberries is allowed to buyers but it costs RM 20 for half Kg & RM 40 for 1Kg.


I only bought 3 packets of strawberries for RM 10 & strawberry-flavoured tea. Besides, I tried a glass of strawberry milk shake juice.
Then, beautiful flower nursery, water-cress farm, Cactus Farm & lettuce farm were also visited.
Water-cress farm
 Wonderful Types of Cactus Species
Lettuce Farm
After dinner,it was still raining. We browsed the night market & bought some snacks for supper.

      Next morning, we had buffet in Equatorial Hotel & visited to the market to buy local vegetables, corn & desserts. At 10 Am, the coach fetched us from the hotel to go back.
     On the way to home, I took some photos of sceneries of Cameron Highlands' city from the coach.

This is the Equatorial Hotel from the long distance view.

                  You can see KL Twin Tower from there.
All photos were taken by my N8 Nokia Mobile Phone.



4 comments:

Candy said...

ပန္းေလးေတြလည္း အရမ္းလွတယ္... အဲ့လိုဓာတ္ပုံေလးေတြနဲ႔ တင္တာအရမ္းသေဘာက်တယ္.. ကိုယ္တကယ္ေရာက္သြားသလို ခံစားရလို႔ေလ... :D

ယဥ္မြန္ said...

Yes, this is my first time experience to present about trip in my blog.I'd like to share this place to others who haven't been there.Thanks for your kindly support to my blog. ^_^

Anonymous said...

အိုကြယ္......
ပန္းေလးေတြကလည္းလွ..
လူကလည္းလွ..
ရႈခင္းေတြကလည္းလွ..လိုက္တာကြယ္ ;)
အေၾကာင္းဆုံရင္ေတာ့..အလယ္တစ္ေခါက္
ေရာက္ဖူးခ်င္သားေနာ္ းP
ဒါနဲ႕..
mishell ေသာက္ေနတာေလး..
နည္းနည္းေလာက္တိုက္ပါလားကြယ္ း)
(ဗိုက္ဆာလို႕)
ခုလိုျပည့္ျပည့္စုံစုံနဲ႕ဗဟုသုတေတြ
ေ၀မွ်ေပးတဲ့အတြက္..
ေက်းဇူးအမ်ားၾကီးတင္ပါတယ္ရွင္
ေပ်ာ္ရႊင္ခ်မ္းေျမ့ပါေစ
ခ်စ္ခင္စြာျဖင့္
သာမိစံ း)

ယဥ္မြန္ said...

တိုက္ပါမယ္ကြယ္။ ဒါေပမဲ့ ျပင္ဦးလြင္က စေတာ္ဗယ္ရီေဖ်ာ္ရည္ေလာက္ေတာင္ ေသာက္မေကာင္းဘူး။ ရင္းဂစ္၄.၉၀ေတာင္ေပးရတယ္။ မတန္ဘူး။ အုန္းသီးေတာင္မပါဘူး။ ေမၿမိဳ႕က ထီးလႈိင္ရွင္စေတာ္ဗယ္ရီၿခံက ေဖ်ာ္ရည္ေလး သတိရမိတယ္ကြယ္။