Planters Country Hotel & Restaurant

Address: Lot 55, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Pahang, 39000, Malaysia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Lot 55, Tanah Rata, is near Boh Tea Plantation, Mossy Forest, Cameron Secrets, and Gunung Brinchang.
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    Travel Blogs from Tanah Rata

    Cameron Highlands adventures

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 26, 2015

    14 photos

    Our early morning tour after another toast and jam breakfast started by being picked up by a defender, Land Rover I think (I should really get this right after being told off for calling a jeep thing, which eventually led to me ranting on how much I truly dislike top gear - there were a few stages between). There were two cars going, both with about eight people in, and it ended up being a really long drive - we had an ex-Brit KL family and a Chilean girl in ours to whom we ...

    Cameron Highlands

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Jun 14, 2015

    20 photos

    ... not as I imagined. Having been to several mountain villages and towns over the past six months, I expected something a little quieter, not so built up, and was especially shocked and disappointed to see a Starbucks and KFC!
    We soon found the recommended Indian restaurants, and opted for the first and busiest one. Despite this being our third Indian of the day, we were all eager to order and tuck in (with our hands of course!). Chris ordered the banana leaf meal, ...

    Cameron Highlands Gunung Brinchang Adventure

    A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Jun 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... instead of hand picking. This lowers the grading of the tea and cannot be sold as premium, however it does get more tea leaves collected and because of the raise in labouring costs in Malaysia it is cheaper for them to buy the machines and make the cut in grading. We also learnt that the tea leaves are harvests every 3-4 weeks and this process continues all year round. The lighter the tea leaf the more aroma it will have and the darker (older) the leaf is ...

    Rafflesia, Boh and Moss Forest

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 04, 2014

    44 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Relaxing In Never Ending Grenery

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 15, 2014

    38 photos

    ... 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 ...