Cameron Highlands is located at 300 km in the North of Kuala Lumpur. Following by a rather sinuous road, covered with real ” kampung ” lived by aborigines; you arrive in a magnificent mountain resort, the most popular in Malaysia. The place consists a third party of ground and two thirds of tea plantations.
Cameron Highlands is 1,500 meters over the sea level. That is why they benefit from a soft climate, oscillating between 10 and 25 degrees according to the hours of the day. These mountains hold William Cameron’s name, a British colonizer. He discovers the place in 1885 during a shipping explorer. Then he decides to develop the cultures, particularly the tea plantations there. Today, it is about the biggest producing region of Malaysian Tea.