Regalodge Hotel Ipoh
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... being a pleasant temperature it was very enjoyable strolling through the plantations. One thing we noticed was how hard the people work here. The work ethic of the indian community here really puts the Malaysian people to shame. We turn down a track to BOH Tea Plantation which is who all of the fields we can see belong to. At the end of the road there is a very modern cafe and shop which looks very out of place. But it is very nice to have a rest as it is 12pm so we have ...
... temples. Very close to this temple was a quarry, mining for limestone. We parked up by another cave which turned out to a tunnel... Leading to an amazing secret lake surrounded by mountains. It was like going through a portal to go back in time. I almost expected to see a dinosaur wandering by, it was incredible! The weather here has been intensely hot... Over 40C most of the time, so on Thursday I woke super early and was taken for a walk with the lady of ...
... the apparatus appears to be antique. We were able to see the steps between field and bagged up 'made tea'. There seemed to be a lot of wastage along the way. Almost all of the tea produced here is consumed within a few hundred miles; 85%2525 is sold in Malaysia. After touring the factory, we enjoyed a cup of tea in the 'Tea'ria', which commands an unbelievable view of the rows and rows of tea bushes, stretching for miles over the hills in different shades ...
... across the roof, giving a great view of the surrounding countryside including some of the limestone cliffs nearby. After Kellie Castle it was lunchtime and Suet took me to a local hawker centre which was based around a large tree outside which was very busy full of locals eating their lunch. I told Suet that I wanted to try the local version of laksa which she was very surprised by as it was different to other areas. I was ok with this and I enjoyed picking out ...
... this! Thailand only allow 30 days for Australian Passports when flying in via an Airport (15 days by land) so this is a big thing to counter into my plans. All in all I have enjoyed my time here in the Cameron Highlands definately was nice escaping the relentless heat for a few days, being able to sleep without the A/C on and also not sweating excessively. I'm excited to move onto Taman Negara but also know it will be challenging due to the landscape but I know all of it will be worth ...