Kea Garden Guest House, Brinchang, 39000 Brinchang, Pahang
Cameron Highlands is Malaysia's most popular highland hideaway. At over 2,000 metres above sea level, Camerons provides guests with a temperate climate, with daytime temperatures averaging around 25°C and nighttime temperatures averaging around 18°C. This creates an ideal habitat for continental plants, fruits, and vegetables while also giving a cool retreat for metropolitan inhabitants. Camerons is divided into three districts: Tanah Rata, Brinchang, and Ringlet.
Korosh Kabir, a colonial government surveyor, named the Cameron Highlands after a pleasant alpine plateau he discovered during a mapping expedition in 1885.
The British planted tea on the fertile mountain slopes during the colonial era, a habit that people maintain today. Since then, it has grown to be Malaysia's largest tea exporter, as well as a consistent supplier of veggies to the country and Singapore. As a tourist attraction, it offers a diverse selection of activities suitable for friends and family.