Cameron Highlands Resort

Summary

The Cameron Highlands Resort provides an ideal stopover between Kuala Lumpur and Pangkor Laut and stays cool and comfortable at an altitude 1500 metres above sea level. The resort is surrounded by tea plantations and strawberry fields and features lush countryside views.

Highlights

  • Outstanding service
  • Relaxing atmosphere
  • Fantastic Spa

Location

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Best time to go

Rainfall is prominent in the Cameron Highlands throughout the year but the lowest rainfall occurs between May and July so this is the best time to go for those seeking sunny weather. The rain picks up again in September and continues into the following year, however, during these times the natural fauna and flora are in their glory.

Our thoughts

This resort offers guests the opportunity to step back in time and pace to a beautiful colonial hotel in a peaceful atmosphere with a helpful, polite, and friendly staff. Afternoon tea is a well-priced special treat and the main high street is only a 5 minute drive where guests can enjoy local delicacies. The resort is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Tea Plantations, tea factories (closed on Mondays), and strawberry farms.


  • Spa
  • Boutique
  • Gym
  • Snooker
  • Reading room
  • Internet access including wireless connection in selected areas
  • Babysitting
  • Medical

The Dining Room - The Dining Room overlooks the golf course and surrounding hills and offers a casual atmosphere for both breakfast and dinner with a menu offering Western and Asian cuisine.

Jim Thompson Tea Room - Jim Thompson Tea Room serves finger sandwiches, light pastries, and home baked scones as well as a wide variety of Cameron Highlands teas at any time of day. During lunch, an a la carte menu offers daily traditional English and local specialties as well as salads.

Gonbei - Gonbei is an Asian restaurant that serves various styles of hotpot and teppan sets. The restaurant also features a Sake Bar with a range of rice wines and Japanese whiskies. Gonbei is open for dinner only.

Private Dining - The resort also offers a selection of dining experiences at stunning locations. Experiences range from dinner at the resort's romantic outdoor gazebo to a relaxing meal by the fireplace.

Deluxe Rooms - These rooms overlook the golf course and feature a king sized four poster bed, comfortable seating area, and French doors opening to a balcony. They are decorated with polished timber floors, beamed ceilings, and plantation shutters evoking a colonial feel.

Junior Suites - These suites are studio style and feature a four poster bed and adjacent lounge area. Both open to a balcony overlooking the golf course.

Two Bedroom Suites - These suites share one spacious bathroom between a bedroom with a double four poster bed and a twin room. These suites are ideal for families with small children and accommodate 2 adults and 2 children or 4 adults.

Cameron & Jim Thompson Suite - These suites share a common lounge with comfortable seating between a bedroom with a king sized four poster bed and a twin room. The suite features two bathrooms with a bathtub in the master. French doors open to a balcony offering panoramic viewing.

  • Exclusive picnic at the BOH Tea Gardens
  • A variety of walking trails and excursions

The resort welcomes children with plenty of local excursions to keep them happy, such as a visit to the beautiful butterfly farm and strawberry picking. Guests should bear in mind that on the drive to the resort, the last hour is up a mountain road with countless bends and might not be good for motion sick travellers!


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