Cameron Bharat Tea Estate
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Hans-Olof H
Stockholm, Sweden872 contributions
Jan 2023
This is a full day tour to the Malaysian highlands. It is a part of the Malaysia that is 2000 meter above the sea-level that the Englishman used to go to in order to cool down during the colonial time. One example of the advantage of this coolness is that they can grow good strawberries just as us Swedes. Of course, a nice visit to a strawberry farm was included in the trip. However, the main attraction was the visit to a tea plantation (I am a very heavy tea drinker myself) and the sights of the landscape itself. There were also a stop at a waterfall, some butterflies and an Aboriginal man that showed a traditional house and.how to use a blowpipe. This was somewhat of a guy in the cage type show that did not give you a nice feeling. All in all it was a very nice tour with a very good driver/guide.
Written 31 January 2023
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1962john1962101
London, UK28 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
Do not miss this feats of colour and history

We took the golf buggy down to the centre with Morgan our driver who had worked the plantation for 30 years. Morgan gave us such authentic insight into the tea process, the history and his own personal experience.
What an asset. Please thanks Morgan for bringing the experience to life for us.
Suggestion. Ask all your gollf drivers to share their Cameron Heights experiences and tell folks about the tea process.
Thank you again!
Written 2 January 2023
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Lavender O
Johor Bahru6 contributions
Dec 2022 • Family
Overated. The scones and tea are too expensive. RM32.00 for a pot of tea and 2 scones. And to view the tea plantation, there's a charge of RM3.00 per pax. Getting too commercial. Guests are spending money at the cafe which is a side attraction and they still sell their tea products. Viewing the tea plantations should be free.
Written 24 December 2022
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Lochana Nanthacumar
Selangor, Malaysia16 contributions
Dec 2022 • Couples
Visited Cameron valley in early December - it’s a nice place, they sell their own homemade masala powder and it’s so good.

However, for the paid tour, we went with 3 above 65 paxs and apparently it’s supposed to be free for them but none of the staff informed us. We only found out about it after our tour on a very very small notice. Cameron valley should have it written when we purchase our tickets or make sure their staffs informs us! Also, the paid tour wasn’t so worth it - there’s just one cafe inside the tea plantation. It’s worth it if you just want to take photos and nothing else.
Written 21 December 2022
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GoTravel87
Arnhem, The Netherlands299 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
It's a beautifull tea plantation. Take the walk down to the picnic area (need a wristband - 3 RM) and skip the ride down (at least as you have the abbilty to hike up again) Smell the tea leaves and order a fesh cup of tea!
Written 16 August 2022
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Harrison F. Carter
Cologne, Germany10,765 contributions
Jul 2022 • Couples
Don't know if we are supposed to find this beautiful, but it sure was... Lovely to look out over, and to pay only RM3 to access the pathways amongst it. Really special little visit and a nice shop to purchase some reason...
Written 11 July 2022
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Sean Sinha
Singapore, Singapore12 contributions
Jun 2022
Nice place for an outing. ATV must be carried out by adult with a good control over bike if not you may fall off the cliff. The bird farm at the end of it was loved by the kids
Written 21 June 2022
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FaizalP61
Sungai Buloh, Malaysia1,051 contributions
Jan 2022
Stopped at the Second Bharat Tea Shop (TS2). It was quite crowded as holiday season, but did not have to wait long to order food ( cream tea). Scones and carrot cake were good. Tea shop has a great panoramic view and for RM3 per person you can descend to the tea garden to walk some trails and visit various photo stops.
Written 6 February 2022
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azrula2013
20 contributions
Jan 2022 • Family
A must go during weekdays. Big no on weekends. I think they don’t serve their premium tea in their cafe despite the premium price
Written 29 January 2022
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Ray
Staines, UK786 contributions
Mar 2021
Its criminal to travel to Cameron Highlands and not try the tea that grows here. The whole region is generally known for its fine tea plantations but there are other agricultural products too and its fertile hilly terrain is lush green with fruit/vegetable farms, flower nurseries, crops, rare plants, rivers, waterfalls and tropical forests.

And to enhance and take this refreshing experience even further, you have to choose one of many flavours of tea. I never knew there were so many varieties. There is standard morning/afternoon Earl Grey, black tea without milk, orange, strawberry, lemon, spice/masala, herbel, cinnamon, fruit and imperial premium tea as well as flower tea.

And on the side locally prepared carrot cake, mango cheese, strawberry cake, Cameron Valley brownie, tuna filled croissants, pastries and so much more. If this beautiful hill station didn't impress you with its beauty, it's fine locally grown products surely will.
Written 23 March 2021
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