Take a Virtual Tour of Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

While we can’t physically travel right now, there’s still a way to explore Malaysia as you curl up in your sofa. In fact, you can have a piece of Cameron Highlands at home! You probably won’t be able to feel the crisp air from your screen, but we figure you can plan your next trip as you wander through the tranquil farms, time tunnel museum and animal sanctuaries.

TIPS TO VIEW VIRTUAL TOUR:

1. Click on the link/ image in each destination to enter the 360-degree experience
2. Select Contents to jump straight to a destination.
3. Turn sound on or off by clicking on the upper right-hand corner of the tour
4. To jump to a different location, click on the arrow or the picture at the bottom.

Bask in spectacular sceneries at a tea plantation

Cameron Highlands is home to lush valleys carpeted with tea plantations, the region’s prized emerald jewel. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere else in Malaysia!

1. Boh Sungai Palas Tea Centre

Sungai Palas Tea Centre is one of three tea gardens owned by Boh Plantations, a legacy of the British colonial era in Malaya. Stand amidst the rolling greens in a 360-degree VR experience, where tea crops stretch across the hill, next to a tea family and gift shop.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Boh Sungai Palas Tea Centre.

2. Cameron Valley Tea House 2

Run by Bharat Group since the 1920s, Cameron Valley Tea House 2 flourishes with scenic tea plantations. They are known for their Indian-inspired tea blends. Step into the garden to see it for yourself in 360 degrees.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cameron Valley Tea House 2

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Wander through the farms in the highlands

Due to the high altitude, the highlands is well-known for its agricultural crops such as strawberries, lavenders, and flowers.

3. Kok Lim Strawberry Farm

Strawberry picking is a popular activity in Cameron Highlands. Located in Brinchang, Kok Lim Strawberry Farm produces strawberries and organic vegetables. Why not explore this strawberry farm in 360 degrees?

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kok Lim Strawberry Farm

4. Cameron Lavender Garden

This lavender garden is sure to whisk you away to another world. Enjoy the delightful Cameron Lavender Garden in 360 degrees, where you can find lavenders from Hokkaido, China and Taiwan. Apart from lavender, it also houses an assortment of colourful flowers like Hydrangeas, Japanese Roses, and Gerbera Daisies.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cameron Lavender Garden.

5. Cactus Valley

Discover cacti in all shapes and sizes at Cactus Valley in this virtual tour. Apart from cacti, the botanical haven displays a myriad of ornamental plants like bird of paradise, fuchsia, roses and even rare highland species.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cactus Valley.

6. Chrysanthemum Farm

Now this is a special one! This is a little place in Bertam Valley only locals know about. While the farm cultivates a number of crops, chrysanthemums steal the spotlight here. It is rarely open to public (and doesn’t bloom all year round), so what you’re seeing is an exclusive virtual tour of the garden. You can even see a 360-degree video of how they are harvested.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Chrysanthemum Farm

Discover the gentle animals of Cameron Highlands

Butterflies, sheep and bees – don’t they sound like they’ve all popped up from a fairytale? In Cameron Highlands, there are several sanctuaries you can visit for a closer look at some of the highland’s residents.

7. The Sheep Sanctuary

Get up close and personal with fluffy friends at The Sheep Sanctuary. There are around 20 Australian sheep on the farm that you can pet, feed and feel your heart melting for. Check out the video!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of The Sheep Sanctuary.

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8. Cameron Highlands Butterfly Garden

Take a walk online through the Cameron Highlands Butterfly Garden, home to a small collection of free-flying butterflies, including the beautiful Rajah Brookes Butterfly.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cameron Highlands Butterfly Garden.

9. Ee Feng Gu Bee Farm

Ee Feng Gu Honey Bee Farm has a quaint little garden where beekeepers on the highland cultivate honey products, such as honey, royal jelly and pollen.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ee Feng Gu Bee Farm

Explore the cultural side of Cameron Highlands

Think it’s all about farms and plantations at Cameron Highlands? Perhaps these galleries would change your mind.

10. Time Tunnel Museum

The Time Tunnel Museum is a must-visit destination in Cameron Highlands. Brimming with pre-war artefacts, trinkets, photographs and memorabilia, it gives you a glimpse into the past for locals living in the highlands. Why not take a peek at this time tunnel in a virtual reality experience?

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Time Tunnel Museum.

11. Mah Meri Art Gallery

This little known art gallery highlights the fascinating woodwork of the indigenous Mah Meri tribe of Malaysia. Across the gallery, there is a collection of handmade statues, sculptures and masks made by skilled craftsmen, whose talents have been recognised by the UNESCO Seal of Excellence.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Mah Meri Art Gallery.

Explore an agricultural park

12. Agro-Technology Park Mardi

Step through the Agro-Technology Park to see what the gardens look like. There are a variety of roses, strawberries and citrus fruits within this pocket of greenery and research centre of Cameron Highlands.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Agro -Technology Park Mardi

Visit a temple surrounded by breathtaking scenery

Cameron Highlands has its share of wondrous temples too. Here are a couple you should definitely check out.

13. Sam Poh Buddhist Temple

Erected in 1972, Sam Poh Temple is the fourth largest temple in the country. Head in this beautiful hillside temple to see several beautiful, golden Buddhist statues.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Sam Poh Buddhist Temple.

14. Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple

Embark on a virtual journey into the Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple. It is the largest Hindu temple in Cameron Highlands at 1600 metres, graced by colourful statues and designs.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple.

Where to Stay in Cameron Highlands

15. A’ Moss Farmstay

Imagine waking up to breathtaking mountainous scenery and chilly air. A’moss Farmstay is a new glamping site with comfortable geodesic dome rooms facing the tea plantation. From afar, it looks like a little piece of somewhere abroad. There are only three exclusive domes here, each with a private bathroom. Right outside, there is also a photogenic swing that will keep your phone cameras clicking away.

The farm here is filled with organic agriculture crops, such as vegetables, blueberries, strawberries and loganberries. Guests can purchase them during their unique retreat in the highlands.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of A’ Moss Farmstay

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