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Today we checked out of the hotel and started the second leg of the journey and started heading north. After getting out of the city the landscape opened up and became a mix of lush tropical jungle and ever increasing amounts of palm trees, feeding the global demand for Palm oil.
After making a quick stop for lunch in a small rural town, we headed off to Gua Tempering Caves. These are a series of caves 1.2km long made of a mix of ...
Estimated time ng dating namin sa Cameron ay 5-6pm, but since CNY at grabe ang naabutan naming taffic jam, nadagdagan pa ang oras ng trip nmin. From 3.5 hrs naging 5 hrs ang byahe namin, puro zigzag at pataas ang dinaanan namin, kaya medyo nakakatakot din.
Nang makarating na kami sa bus terminal, medyo nagpalipas lang kami sandali ng oras tuluyan nang tumulak sa Cameron ...
... borne ladies have a fairer skin complexion thus look more prettier than the rest of the Msian ladies. Yet of course , it is just a myth.
It was 3 to 4 hours of car travelling from the city of Kuala Lumpur though the North-South highway.
Ipoh was the original state that produced the very first cup of White ...
... 250, 250, 250);">The name Cameron Highlands is credited to a British surveyor named Sir William Cameron who was responsible to map out the borders of Pahang-Perak way back in 1885. The first interesting town as we head towards Cameron Highlands is Ringlet. Ringlet is a bustling town; lots of shops selling all kinds of stuff. There are banks and petrol stations.There is even a Starbucks.
... stopped for the day were still able to see some of the processes as the last batch of leaves wound its way through. We also saw some picking going on with shears and by hand. The bushes are planted on some very steep slopes; the pickers must have spikes on their boots!
To get back to civilisation meant a couple of miles on a very wind-y, bumpy road with room for little more than one car at a time, full of people going and coming from the tea plantation. Helen ...