2Day I Night
2Days Cameron Highlands-Ending Penang
Cameron Highlands, 1892 meters above sea level, situated in the state of Pahang, was first discovered in 1885 by the British during their colonial rule of the then Federated States of Malaysia. It was a weekend retreat for them to escape the heat in the lowlands. Today it is where the unhurried pace of life and holiday ideas unfold into a myriad of exciting discoveries, jungle trekking, tranquil lakes, gurgling streams, captivating waterfalls, tea plantations, vegetable and fruit gardens, flower nurseries, handicraft centres and traditions that will charm you and turn your trip into a soothing holiday.
Day 1: Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands
Depart from Kuala Lumpur early in the morning for Tanah Rata, the main town of Cameron Highlands. Begin the ascent at Tapah through mountain roads. See highland scenery, waterfalls, streams and giant tree ferns along the way. Get occasional sightings of aborigines out on hunting trips or selling fruits by the roadside. Arrive at Cameron Highlands at noon. Visit a tea plantation in the early evening.
Accommodation 3 star hotel
Meal Included:Lunch at Cameron Highlands
Day 2: Cameron Highlands – Penang
In the morning, tour the Agro market and visit vegetable farms, orchards, and the Sam Poh Temple. After lunch, depart for Penang. Pass by the 13.5km Penang Bridge, one of the longest bridges in the world!
Meal included: Breakfast
Descend from Cameron Highlands for Penang.