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Cameron Highlands Resort  

Bed & Breakfast from £51 per person per night

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Overview

Set amidst tea plantations and rolling hills, this boutique hideaway promises all the splendour, romance and nostalgia of Cameron Highlands’ grand colonial heritage. .

Enjoy a refreshing round of golf, a pink-cheeked ramble along jungle trails, or a leisurely walk through tea plantations and strawberry farms. To recover, you can have a cup of tea in the drawing room, or a tea bath at the Spa Village, or you may simply choose to spend the day curled up with a good book by the fireplace.

Cameron Highlands Resort is situated on the largest hill retreat in Malaysia, surrounded by breathtaking scenery, lush greenery, rolling hills and Tudor-styled cottages. The luxurious boutique Resort features 56 beautifully-appointed rooms and suites, and fronts Cameron Highlands’ 18-hole golf course. It also houses the third wellness centre of the award-winning Spa Village group, which offers exotic treatments focusing on the healing and restorative properties of tea.

Located in the state of Pahang, approximately 200 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands is a beautiful holiday destination and the only place where you can find tea plantations and strawberries in Malaysia. At about 1,500 metres above sea level, it is the highest area on the mainland and enjoys a cool climate and fresh air, with temperatures ranging between 15° and 25° Celsius.

Much of the character of the highlands remains unchanged since colonial times. It is endearingly known to some as the ’little corner of England in Asia’. The cool climate on the picturesque plateau and its surrounding hills and forest make this a popular retreat for golfing, jungle trekking and exploration of the many plantations and gardens. Cameron Highlands Resort is ideal all year round for families, honeymooners and holidaymakers out to satiate their appetites for trails, tales and tradition.

Details

Deluxe Room
The 38 square metres Deluxe rooms are furnished with a king four-poster bed or twin beds overlooking the lush green golf course. Each room features a comfortable seating area with French doors opening to the balcony. Polished timber floors, beamed ceilings and plantation shutters evoke a Colonial feel.

Two-Bedroom Suite
This is a personal family suite, which shares one spacious bathroom between a double room with a four-poster bed and a twin room. Ideal for families with small children, this 62 square metres suite accommodates 2 adults and 2 children or 4 adults.

Junior Suite
The Junior Suite is 51 square metres and is perfectly designed, providing spacious comfort and style. A studio style bedroom with a four poster bed and an adjacent lounge area with work desk both open onto the balcony which overlook the golf course.

Cameron Suite and Jim Thompson Suite
The two signature suites provide a spacious area of 76 square metres of space. Each suite has 2 bedrooms, one with a king four poster bed and one with twin beds. The bedrooms share a common lounge furnished with comfortable settees. French doors open onto the balcony with panoramic views.


 

Spa Village Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlands Resort features the third wellness centre of the award-winning Spa Village, with a wide range of sophisticated treatments and healing therapies inspired by the restorative properties of tea. Each guest luxuriates in a signature tea bath before every treatment. Cameron Highlands Spa Village offers tranquil indoor and outdoor treatment rooms, tea bath rooms and a fully-equipped gymnasium.

Snooker
Enjoy leisurely cocktails while you reside over your snooker game, and allow yourself to be carried to a different era by the vintage piano numbers rendered by the resident pianist.

Tea Plantation
No trip to Cameron Highlands would be complete without visiting the local tea plantations. In 1929, John Archibald Russell, who was the son of a British administrative officer started a tea plantation which is now the famous BOH Tea Plantation. Later, other tea plantations were established in Cameron Highlands, namely the Bharat and Blue Valley plantations.

Waterfalls and Nature Trails
For adventure seekers or pure nature lovers, a walk in the mountains should be on the agenda. The peaks offer a magnificent view of the highlands together with its enchanting mossy forest. There are plenty of jungle walks of varying difficulty and distance to satisfy your interest.

Night Market
’Pasar Malam’ or the Night Market is a place that you should not miss when you are in Brinchang and Tanah Rata. Every Friday and Saturday, peddlers will gather at 4.00 p.m. to set up their little stalls offering you an intriguing variety of souvenirs, vegetables and fruits, plants, cactus, indigenous people’s handicrafts and weapons, food and many other things.

Orang Asli Village
Orang Asli is a Malay term that translates as ’original people’. They are the indigenous people of Malaysia who exist in a quiet yet beautiful world on their own, living on the fringe of mainstream society. It is the world of the forest people. The Orang Asli of Cameron Highlands are from the Senoi, Temier, Jakun and Negrito tribes and many of their villages can be seen in Cameron Highlands and along the road up the hill from the Tapah interchange on the North-South Expressway. You may visit some of these villages deep in the forest with a guide who will provide the necessary information on these people. You will experience how these simple folks live and even try your hand at using the blowpipe, their primary weapon for hunting.

Golf
Cameron Highlands Resort sits alongside the only 18 hole golf course in the area. This well-manicured course comprises luxuriant green fairways with well-developed trees, fine sand bunkers, tricky greens and forgiving rough; providing what is probably the coolest and most pleasant golfing environment in Malaysia.


 

Dining is a highpoint at Cameron Highlands Resort. Here, traditional English cuisine meets the many tastes of Asia in a mouth watering symphony of flavours and experiences. Mealtimes are enjoyed in sumptuous surroundings, looking out over the golf course, in the resplendent tearoom or in an open air restaurant that merges seamlessly into the surrounding jungle. Dining at the Cameron Highlands Resort is an enjoyable affair with many options for visitors and guests. It is a place where you can enjoy great food in a cool, refreshing environment, a welcome escape from the heat and pollution of the city.

Dining Room
The Dining Room, with vista windows overlooking the golf course and the surrounding hills, offers a casual atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy the freshest ingredients from the nearby farms. A selection of fruits, pastries, cereal, yoghurt, eggs, waffles and pancakes together with the chef’s local specialties are available. There are also a selection of appetisers, soups, grilled items with a local twist and local dishes as well as sinful desserts.

Jim Thompson Tea Room
Jim Thompson Tea Room is a cosy retreat at any time of the day. The elegant setting makes this the perfect spot for the time-honoured tradition of English afternoon tea. Sit back and leisurely savour finger sandwiches, light-as-air pastries and home baked scones. Complementing this delicious spread is a wide selection of quality Cameron Highlands teas. At lunchtime the à la carte menu offers daily traditional English and local specialties as well as salads.

Gonbei
Gonbei, a sister location to the exquisite traditional Japanese restaurant located in the glamorous Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, is open for dinner and serves fresh sashimi, soba, tasty tempura and popular bento sets. The only Japanese restaurant in Cameron Highlands, Gonbei’s open dining concept also features a Sake Bar with a range of traditional Japanese rice wines and Japanese whiskeys as well as pre and after dinner drinks.

Highlands Bar
Throughout the day, the Highlands Bar is the perfect venue for a drink, with an extensive selection of whiskey, cocktails and other drinks in a warm and comfortable setting. In the evening, with the music from our resident pianist and the warm ambience of the fireplace, the bar becomes the place of choice for after-dinner drinks, a game of snooker or just to relax and unwind.

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