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... butterflies was a perfect start in gentle heat before it warmed up on our journey inland, passing palm (oil) and teak plantations. Further botanical delights were seen walking through back gardens of mangoes, star fruit, nutmeg trees, pineapples, tapioca plants & curry leaf trees in the royal sultan 15c city of kuala kangsar dominated by an onion domed mosque and Art Deco palace. Unfortunately the mangoes weren't ready for ...
... bus drivers best efforts to redirect us to suit his journey home; we stood our ground and were eventually dropped off at the bus station where we spent the night in the transit hotel before another short bus journey to Tanah Rata the following morning. All in all a lot of hassle to get to the Cameron Highlands in one day from Borneo. The Cameron Highlands originally became a tourist destination when the British ruled in Malaysia as a place for the 'rich folk' to escape the heat of ...
... came around the same hour every single day. We managed to reach a shelter right on time so we didnīt get so much wet. The place was actually perfect because they were selling there different products made from strawberries (candies, jams, ice cream, waffles, cocktails, shakes, toppings etc.). We ordered waffle with strawberries, cream and ice cream. It cost us RM 6 and it was delicious! It could be seen that the strawberries had been picked up recently because they were super ...
... Cameron Highlands is known for its many tea plantations and strawberry farms. This morning our tour started by visiting the Boh tea plantation and taking lots of pictures of the beautiful views of the tea garden. Malaysia only produces black tea, but we learned that black, green, and white teas all come from the same tea bush and it's just the way they are processed that makes the difference. Boh employs 300-400 farmers from various countries. ...
... congestion of cars heading back to Kuala Lumpur after visiting family elsewhere around the country over the long New Year's weekend, the 4.5-hour bus ride took nearly nine hours. While incredibly frustrating, this would have been less of an issue if the bus a) had a bathroom and b) made a food stop. But no. We did make one brief bathroom stop after 5.5 hours, and I refused to drink any water during the journey, but it was ...
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