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Friday, November 16, 2007

Holidays COming SooN! or Perhaps Is ArriveD... HurraY!!!

School holidays are coming soon. Perhaps, some of the schools have started the holidays. Most of the time, parents will take their children for a vacation during the holidays. However, some of them have no ideas where to go due to variety of choices.
So, i'm here today to introduce some of the places where are suitable for different segment of visitors. Today, i will introduce some 'Malaysia Higland Retreats'.

Cameron Highland
(Tea Plantation)

Peaking at 2,000 meters above sea-level, Cameron Highlands in Pahang resonates with the beauty and coolness of spring season, similar to that of a moderate-climate country.

Roses grow abundantly here, a paradox in this hot and humid country. And just like the flowers, the people of Cameron���������s three main townships; Ringlet, Tanah Rata and Brinchang, beam with a radiant fairness, the effects of basking in pure mountain air each day.

Having such good weather; strawberries, tea and vegetables such as broccoli are grown here, earning it the name ���������Green Bowl of Malaysia��������� as the produce supplies the needs of other states.


Every weekend, city sleepers head to Cameron highlands to enjoy the rejuvenating environment, a break from smog and smoke. It is also affords them the rare opportunity of picking tea leaves, plucking freshly-bloomed strawberries and cashing in on the cheap corn, celery and other greens.


There are plenty of elegant English-styled resorts and even some cosy inns, pretty chalets and comfortable rest houses for accommodation. Located approximately 45 km away from Tapah in Perak state, Cameron Highlands is the perfect getaway for those looking for rest from the rush of urban living.

Fraser's Hill Hotels

Fraser���������s Hill was discovered by a Louis James Fraser in the early 19th century, who himself mysteriously disappeared from the hill one day. Originally a coal mine, Fraser���������s Hill has today become one of Malaysia���������s most popular highland destinations. With a cooling countryside and rich natural heritage, Fraser���������s Hill attracts golfers and bird-watchers from across the country. Historical, colonial-styled bungalows still scatter the landscape, many turned into resorts to accommodate guests for the weekend.

A sanctuary for over 260 species of local and migratory birds, Fraser���������s Hill is perfect for those who love watching feathered creatures in their element. Annual events include the International Bird Race where participants will try to outdo each other to sight, identify and record as many local species as possible. Some of the birds you can see here include the mountain imperial pigeon, silver-eared mesia, mountain tailorbird, rhinoceros hornbill, long-tailed sibia and chestnut-capped thrush.

There are a few waterfalls that brim with crystal-clear mountain water around the hills of Fraser. Jeriau waterfalls are located about 4 km from the town center, the nearest one. Visitors can also visit Allan���������s Water a former reservoir where you can boat and fish. Another 15 km away from Fraser���������s Hill is the Telaga Waterfall, a bigger, more scenic area to picnic.

Visitors can also check out other waterfalls near Fraser���������s Hills and Raub including Lata Berembun, Jeram Besu , Lata Jarum and Lata Lembik.

Bukit Tinggi

At 1,000 meters above sea-level, Bukit Tinggi is the latest highland escape in Pahang, a mere 45 mintues drive away from Kuala Lumpur. The entire place is a concept resort-township brimming with recreational and cultural attractions. In addition, Bukit Tinggi is set among rugged hills and lush mountains, a perfect getaway for nature-lovers. Families and friends should head to Bukit Tinggi to enjoy the entertainment, recreational and dining opportunities listed below:

- Inspired by the original Colmar Tropicale village in France, Bukit Tinggi���������s version is like a piece for French soil in Malaysia ��������� a postcard picture come alive! Along with the French-themed resort that has 260 rooms, Colmar Tropicale will allow you to sample all things French, such as pizza and pastries from La Flamme Sidewalk Deli, fine dining at La Cigogne, cigars and wine at Le Vin and French bread from La Boulangerie bakery. Frequent street performances also take place in the Colmar Square, a cobblestone central courtyard surrounded by French-inspired buildings.

(Colmar Tropicale)

- The first of its kind outside Japan, the Bukit Tinggi Japanese Village is elegantly built to resemble a picturesque Japanese garden complete with marble footpath, waterfall, koi pond and tea house. Here, visitors can take part in an authentic Japanese tea ceremony or enjoy total relaxation at Tatami Spa.

(Japanese Village)

After introducing the Highlands tourism places, I believe all of you can enjoy the excitement experienced from the vacation.

*More tourism destinations will be brought to you by Lim Ee Chia onwards.

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