Cameron highlands (Malaysia)

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Чайные плантации в Камеронских горах

Highland resort Cameron highlands (Cameron highlands, Cameron highlands also mountains or Cameron) is the most famous tourist destination of Malaysia. Connoisseurs of exotic travelers often arrive in this Paradise.

Cameron mountain located in the Malaysian state of Pahang (Pahang), about 200 kilometers North of Kuala Lumpur (Cameron highlands on the interactive map of Malaysia). They cover the mountain area of 712 square kilometers, which is about three and a half times smaller than the area of the current Moscow. This area is a protected nature reserve. The height of Cameron highlands 1,500 meters above sea level, and as a result, here is more cool and pleasant climate. The daytime temperature here rarely rises above 25 degrees, and at night can drop even up to 12 degrees.

For Russians, this resort is a real unexplored exotic territory. Perhaps, as in most cases, this is due to the lack of a beach holiday in this place. And a special striking attractions here. However, the place is worth seeing and visiting, and the mountains steadily held the lead among other Malaysian resorts by number of visitors..

Cameron highlands consists of a series of settlements, the most famous of which is Tanah Rata. The rapid development of tourist service, flooded in recent decades, Malaysia has provided the infrastructure of the European level. This Malaysian region is no exception.

Cameron highlands is like the enthusiasts and travelers who prefer a secluded, peaceful place. The main attraction for tourists is eco-tourism. Local hotels organized mass trekking tours for the day, and serious Hiking for a few days with all the equipment. It is home to rare fauna and flora, including endangered species. Incredibly beautiful tropical forest, densely covering the land. Here are blooming delightful rhododendrons, orchids. In these forests there are Gibbons. The region of Cameron highlands unsurpassed environmental friendliness, it adds to his popularity among vacationers. And a lot of them here. Travelers are allowed to travel on fixed routes, so the protected area contained in the order, without special load..

The local climate, despite the tropical latitude, it is customary for Europeans – the effect of altitude effect. In the morning quite fresh and the air is heated. About warm things should not be forgotten, as the mountain is unpredictable.

Interesting local attraction are tea gardens, a trip which included in the mandatory list of excursions. Then you can see firsthand the process of making a unique drink, to see with his technology. Floristry fans will want to get to the Valley of Roses, which is a multi-level garden. In addition to roses here are grown fuchsias, cacti, gladioli, hibiscus. A lot of pleasant emotions give a visit to a strawberry farm. Tired of mountain walks, visit the cosy café, where you can relax.

Travel to Cameron highlands – one of the most inexpensive and qualitative methods exotic holiday in Malaysia.

Weather in the Cameron highlands, tourist seasons

The climate in the Cameron highlands due to its location at an altitude of about 1500 meters above sea level is softer than the merciless heat of Malaysia above the sea level. The temperature usually does not rise above 25 degrees at night can drop to 12.

To visit Cameron highlands all year round. Changes in temperature and precipitation from month to month very low. And there is no pronounced rainy season, as in many other tropical resorts. Like most resorts in Malaysia, a large influx of tourists whatever the weather to have during the holidays and school vacations. Calendar holidays Malaysia in here.

However, the best time to visit Cameron highlands is considered as December-February. This is the coldest time of the year.

Seasons in the Cameron highlands in months*

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
                       

* best time to visit;
appropriate time to visit;
not a recommended time to visit

How to get to Cameron highlands

To get to Cameron highlands is possible only on the ground. This can be done by hired transport or public. The nearest major town to the mountains – Ipoh (Ipoh), which, in turn, is easily reached by rail from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Singapore and even Thailand (see train Malaysia). Relatively close is also situated in Kuala Lumpur, of which up to the Cameron highlands can be reached by bus.

  • For leased vehicles

    From Kuala Lumpur to Cameron highlands drive about 300km and 3 hours by motorway. From Kuala Lumpur, we follow signs to Ipoh (Ipoh). The highway continues to the town of Tapah and is paid for, you will have to pay 19 ringgit (the Malaysian currency, the exchange rate).

    For self-hire transport in Malaysia you need an international driving permit (IDP). Is such a law, made in the form of booklets in several languages that are issued in addition to the regular national rights. They act only when presented together with your national (domestic) rights, so don't forget to take a trip to Malaysia. To get an IDP is not required to write any exams, you only need to pay a fee. To make it easier for website public services.of the Russian Federation. The cost of any discount through the website services will be 1120 rubles.

    The cost of renting a car in Malaysia starts from $ 25 per day. It is best to search and book a car rental through the Internet using the search form and compare prices from different distributors:

    To find a car for rent in Kuala Lumpur

  • Buses

    In Cameron-highlands is easily accessible by bus or minivans.

    Bus service connects the mountain at least since Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Singapore, Ipoh, and also with some of the more remote tourist resorts.

    The bus schedule can be found here http://www.cameronhighlands.comand the schedule of minivans here http://www.cameronhighlands.com/

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Comments / recent posts on the topic on the forum
Guzalya January 26, 2012
To Ender I'm Afraid to answer this question would be difficult because it's depends on the choice of transport and accommodation. We tried to choose the conditions in which it is possible to live with children. The only thing I can say that for us this journey has cost more than in Thailand (Samui) percent of 25%. Both trips we were preparing ourselves, without any agencies. Here is a web site for example Bergii http://www.berjayahotel.com choose in the drop-down window Berjaya Tioman and see the prices. In addition, there are on www.agoda.com several Tymanski hotels. Take a look and choose. by the way on the website Melina was. exhibited. You can calculate yourself. I think if we were only with my husband, we would be more mobile and frequently changed place of residence :-) If you read the article, it says that the island is small and most of the hotels are fenced off from each other or the sea or the jungle. And it's true. To get to the neighboring hotels are not so easy, need to order a water taxi. And 1 hotel and all its surroundings can be explored in 3-4 days maximum. Then boring. by the way, we also visited Melaka. I recommend 2 days to go and at least half a day to dedicate them to the zoo :-) ...
admin 26 January, 2012
I fully agree with Guzalya. To tell something concrete it is difficult, and all depends on your needs. There are people who are in tents and living on Tioman island, or in dormitories with shared bedroom for $ 5 (there are such). Plus how active you plan to include in the plan of excursions, diving, snorkeling and all that. In General the island is quite expensive, as Malaysia as a whole (compared to Ty). ...
Guzalya 27 January, 2012
I think we all lived in the two most expensive hotels of the island :) More cheap you need to book well in advance, so as to Tioman like to drive themselves to Malaysians and especially a lot of people from Singapore. In our neighboring village of Paya, which we passed through the jungle was a very nice hotel full of people of Asian appearance, presumably Singaporeans and Chinese. Chinese restaurant food seemed delicious, probably after that, which we are regaled in möhlin. And prepare it, apparently by the Chinese. In möhlin the cook was an Indian appearance and was preparing it to be honest not very tasty. Although Indian dishes she was good, everything else tastes again gave Indian spices (mild) and it was too bland for us. Although maybe she was trying to adapt its food under the Europeans, who mostly lived in this hotel. In Bergie was cooked very well and large portions, so that at the end my husband started to order and a children's menu or one dish for two :-) anyway, if you talk about food in the whole of Malaysia, they have their meals one-two and obchelsya, all fried with rice. Someone seems to have wrote. Often we come across Chinese, Thai and Indian food, and of course American fast food chains. And Thai an order of magnitude worse than in Thailand itself. Oh, and about Tioman - there is no fruit, all imported, so quite expensive. We had to drink mainly fruit juice (delicious) and we bought them or to Paya or Tekek. In hotels all several times more expensive. In General, Tioman island has a lot of divers is one of their favorite Islands. Here underwater views of neighboring small Islands, really very beautiful ...
Guzalya 27 January, 2012
And yet, about money. The money they need to have cash only, and only in ringgit. From hotels only Berae you can pay by card. ...
Tatjana 30 January, 2012
To Guzalia And tell us about the sights. What is there to see? I usually always aimed at the inspection of something interesting away from the beaches, and in places like Tioman island, on the Islands, never been there. Thank you. ...
Guzalya 3 February, 2012
to Tatjana If by sights you mean the historic building, as far as I know they are not there at all. Tioman is a small island, and as I wrote -a marine reserve and go there mainly because of the sea, scuba diving and wildlife. Read again the article on Tioman island on this website, everything is written correctly :-) http://nashaplaneta.net/asia/malaysia/tioman.php ...
july 2 October, 2012
Here just got back from Tioman. What can I say, feelings were mixed. On the one hand the beautiful nature, clean sea. On the other hand, not clean and some is not a good attitude of Malaysians to the island. We lived on Danube (it's between the AVS and Monkey Bay), all vrodeby good: the beach and the food, almost no people... but that's just depart from the hotel at 20 meters there is the mountain of garbage (plastic bottles, old washing machine...) and immediately something not nice. There are no pictures warana walking on the beach, so the shot did not hit the bottle or other debris ((( A village of AVS is generally a gloom ...
Eugene 2 October, 2012
And what about the sea? Especially about the underwater part? ...
admin 2 October, 2012
July is a guest (not registered user), it may not return to answer. Review about Tioman here can read, there exhaustively, I think. ...
Eugene 2 October, 2012
Unfortunately, about the underwater part just not very exhaustively, and me diving and interested. Well, not all are there dive instructor morons, I hope at least that not all... :D :?: ...

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