Cameron Highlands

The Cameron Highlands are a highland located around 150 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and 20 kilometers east of Ipoh. It is cooler (about 25 C, but occasionally below 20 C) than the rest of Malaysia due to its high elevation. William Cameron, a British expedition leader, was the name given to the highlands. During a trip in 1885, he located the place. The Cameron Highlands became highly interesting to the British from that point forward. Because of the ideal environment for tea cultivation, the Cameron Highlands quickly became Malaysia's largest tea region.
The majority of visitors come to Cameron Highlands to escape the heat and take scenic treks. There are various attractions such as the Mossy Forest, Rafflesia tour, strawberry farm, rose gardens, Chinese temple, cactus valley, and vegetable gardens, in addition to the tea estates. There are various types of hotels and guesthouses that are reasonably priced and that can be chosen as per the budget which you are looking for. You have the option of making a reservation in advance or simply walking into a hotel; keep in mind that walk-in rates are typically higher than those made ahead of time.