Here are the top 18 tourist attractions to see in Cameron Highlands:

1. Mossy Forest

Must visit

6 km
from city center
1 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

The Mossy Forest is a moist tropical evergreen forest flourishing on top of Gunung Brinchang in Cameron Highlands, Pahang. The swirling and twisted barks of trees are all draped in moss and ferns, hence the name, Mossy Forest.

2. Boh Tea Plantation

6 km
from city center
2 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

The largest tea manufacturers in Malaysia and the largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia, Boh tea plantation is located at Cameron Highlands. The tea farm is often visited for the scenic views and the visitor centre.

3. Big Red Strawberry Farm

3 km
from city center
3 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Big Red Strawberry Farm, also known as Taman Agro Tourism, is located within walking distance from Brinchang town right beside the Cactus Valley. Enjoy the cultivation of potted plants along with relishing healthy snacks and drinks.

4. Thompson Falls

4 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Located near Tanah Rata, Thompson Falls is a very popular waterfall in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. Surrounded by pristine beauty, the area along the waterfalls beams with lush greenery. The base of the waterfall is ideal for swimming and serves as a picnic spot.

5. Time Tunnel Museum

3 km
from city center
5 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Located in Brinchang, Time Tunnel Museum is Malaysia’s first memorabilia museum. Also known as ‘The local museum’, it is filled with collectibles and memorabilia showcasing what life was like in Malaysia during the pre-war years.

6. Cactus Valley

3 km
from city center
6 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Nestled on a hill in Brinchang, Cactus Valley is an ornamental garden boasting of a diverse variety of cacti of varied colours, sizes and shapes. Not only cacti, the garden houses many other fruits and vegetables.

7. Sam Poh Tong Temple

31 km
from city center
7 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Overlooking the houses that dot Brinchang town, Sam Poh Tong Temple is the fourth largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia. It gives a glimpse to the rich and colourful culture that Cameron Highlands cherishes.

8. Cameron Tringkap Bee Farm

7 km
from city center
8 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Located in Tringkap, Cameron Tringkap Bee Farm is an apiary with a mini-bee museum where one can learn a lot about different types of bees, honey production, honey harvesting and its benefits. The Bee Farm also has a cute little strawberry farm and an exhibition corner.

9. Raju Hill Strawberry Farm

9 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

The beautiful natural farm, with budding fresh and juicy strawberries, the Raju Hill Strawberry Farm is situated in the Kea Farm of Cameron Highlands.

10. Cameron Highlands Butterfly Farm

5 km
from city center
10 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

The small yet beautiful farm at the Kea Farm, Cameron Highlands Butterfly Farm houses a plethora of butterflies, reptiles, insects and amphibians. Vibrant butterflies of varied types and sizes along with various other animals and insects are on display here.

11. Orang Asli Village

11 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

The indigenous villages of Malaysia, Orang Asli Villages is often visited by tourists who hope to seek out the aboriginal people and understand their culture. Guided tours are available.

12. Agro Technology Park in MARDI

1 km
from city center
12 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Agro Technology Park in MARDI is a government-owned agro research centre and institute which also doubles up a tourist destination. Located at Tanah Rata, it is famous for its cultivation of tropical fruits and is a very interesting place for those who want to try something new in terms of food and also learn about Malaysian agriculture.

13. Cameron Bharat Tea Estate

13 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Popular for its scenic viewpoint, the Cameron Bharat Tea Estate is among the most visited tea plantations in Cameron Highlands. The picturesque tea plantation, a variety of exquisite teas, and delicious cakes and scones are some of the primary reasons that this tea plantation is an ideal destination for tea lovers and nature enthusiasts.

14. Mah Meri Art Gallery

14 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Mah Meri Art Gallery is an interesting art collection located at the Tanah Rata in Malaysia. The art gallery pays homage to the now dying art of carving masks out of wood. It is an interesting place for all those who are interested in indigenous art and history of Malaysian tribes.

15. Robertson Rose Garden

6 km
from city center
15 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Mrs. Robertson's Rose Garden is a lovely floral terrace garden situated in Sungai Palas, Cameron Highlands. The garden is set on a hilltop and its ten-levelled terrace offers amazing views of the scenic surroundings.

16. Cameron Lavender Garden

8 km
from city center
16 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Cameron Lavender Garden is a floral garden located in Brinchang, Cameron Highlands. A visual treat for the eyes, the garden blooms with different types of lavenders- purple, red and yellow! The 3D mural art is one of the must-see sections here.

17. Gunung Brinchang

5 km
from city center
17 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Gunung Brinchang stands tall as the second highest peak in Cameron Highlands. The mountain was classified as the highest one in Peninsular Malaysia, accessible by road. However, the authorities have shut the tarmac road leading to the summit of the mountain just after 50 meters from Mossy Forest.

18. Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple

18 out of 18
places to visit in Cameron Highlands

Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple is the largest Hindu temple in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. Located in Brinchang at height of 1600 metres, the temple is very popular among tourists due to its luxuriously styled colourful building.

FAQs on Cameron Highlands

How can I commute within Cameron highlands?

Since Ubers and ridesharing options are not available aplenty here, renting a scooter or a car is the best option to get around Cameron Highlands. Take along an offline map as internet connectivity may be unreliable in hilly regions. Taxis are available in the city centre and other prominent areas only, and are uncommon in reclusive areas. We recommend hiring the same taxi and fixing an hourly rate to cover every destination at one shot, instead of finding transportation at different places. Buses connect only few routes, but are reliable and cheap.
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What are the top sightseeing places in Cameron highlands?

The top sightseeing places in Cameron highlands are Mossy Forest, Boh Tea Plantation , Big Red Strawberry Farm, Thompson Falls, Time Tunnel Museum, Cactus Valley.
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