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Discover Cameron Highlands

Nestled in the heart of Malaysia, Cameron Highlands is a picturesque destination renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, cool climate, and lush greenery. This idyllic highland region is a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers, making it the perfect backdrop for the Cultra 2024 ultra running event.

Cameron Highlands is situated approximately 1,500 meters above sea level in the state of Pahang, providing a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The area is renowned for its extensive tea plantations, rolling hills, and diverse flora and fauna. Participants of Cultra 2024 will have the opportunity to traverse the stunning trails that wind through the captivating beauty of this highland paradise.

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By Air

The nearest airports to Cameron Highlands are Sultan Azlan Shah Airport in Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). From either airport, you can arrange ground transportation to reach Cameron Highlands or opt for our Official Shuttle Service.

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By Road

Cameron Highlands is accessible by road from various major cities in Malaysia. Whether you're driving or taking a bus, the journey to Cameron Highlands promises scenic views and a sense of anticipation for the thrilling ultra running experience.

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By Train and Bus

For those seeking a more relaxed journey, you can also consider taking a train or bus to nearby towns such as Ipoh or Tanah Rata, followed by a short drive to Cameron Highlands.

Local Attractions

  1. BOH Tea Plantations: Perched on the emerald hills of Cameron Highlands, the Boh Tea Plantation stands as a testament to the region's rich history of tea cultivation. With its meticulously manicured rows of vibrant green tea bushes stretching across the undulating landscape, the plantation offers a breathtaking panoramic view. Visitors can embark on guided tours, unraveling the intricate process of tea production, from plucking the leaves to the art of brewing a perfect cup. The Boh Tea Plantation not only captivates with its scenic beauty but also provides a tranquil retreat where one can sip freshly brewed tea while soaking in the serene ambiance of this iconic highland estate.

  2. Strawberry Farms: Cameron Highlands is famous for its strawberry farms. Visitors can pluck fresh strawberries, indulge in strawberry-themed treats, and explore the vibrant colors of these charming farms.

  3. Mossy Forest: Venture into the enchanting Mossy Forest, an ecological treasure trove with unique flora and fauna. Hike through mist-covered trails and experience the mystical ambiance of this ancient forest.

  4. Hiking Trails: Cameron Highlands boasts a diverse range of hiking trails, catering to all levels of hikers – from beginners to seasoned trekkers. Lace up your hiking boots and embark on a journey through verdant tea plantations, mossy forests, and panoramic viewpoints. Each trail tells a unique story, revealing the rich biodiversity and captivating scenery that defines this highland haven.

  5. Robinson Falls: A short hike through the verdant jungle leads you to this enchanting cascade, where the soothing sounds of cascading water and the fresh mountain air create a tranquil oasis. The waterfall, named after the British colonial administrator Sir George Maxwell's son, Robinson, offers a peaceful retreat and a perfect spot to immerse yourself in nature's embrace. Robinson Falls stands as a testament to the pristine allure of Cameron Highlands, inviting visitors to relax and rejuvenate in its picturesque surroundings.

  6. Weekend Night Market: The market comes alive with colorful stalls offering a delightful array of local delicacies, handicrafts, and souvenirs. The air is filled with the tempting aroma of street food, from sizzling grills to aromatic teas. Visitors can explore the vibrant tapestry of stalls, engage with friendly vendors, and experience the infectious energy that defines the night market atmosphere. It's an opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Cameron Highlands while indulging in the unique flavors and crafts that make the weekend night market a must-visit destination.

  7. Kea Farm: Kea Farm Market, nestled in the heart of Cameron Highlands, is a vibrant tapestry of colors and flavors. This bustling market offers a sensory delight with fresh produce, from succulent strawberries to crisp vegetables, showcasing the region's natural bounty. As you stroll through the market, savor local treats like strawberry ice cream and corn pancakes, immersing yourself in the unique culinary offerings. Beyond the food, Kea Farm Market provides a cultural experience, allowing you to engage with friendly vendors and capture the essence of daily highland life. Don't miss this must-visit destination, where the charm of Cameron Highlands comes alive in every stall and culinary delight.

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