Mid of May 2007, I went with my best guy friend all the way to Cameron Highlands from the city. We decided to go right after we had dinner. It was such a spurr of the moment thing, we got bored and we needed some fresh air. We arrived nearly at dawn and ate roti bakar and teh tarik to warm us up. Next we drove up to Equatorial Hotel. The mountain breeze constantly stroke my face as I wound down my window. I could smell the dew and the road looked like a passage to the fairytale woods, the branches sway above us in silent. The moment we parked the car, the first light of morning sun shone through, we were at the top of the hill, the hotel yard, looked down below us the breath-taking view in the mist of chilling air. Out of the blue, my best guy friend proposed and we’ve been married for more than a year now. We can’t forget that moment. Our getaway becomes our most romantic memento.over 3 years ago
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A sweet escapade for city-dwellers. Especially people living in the region of singapore/indonesia/malaysia. Its a great destination for a get-away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The weather compliments the ambience perfectly, with cooling temperatures. Unlike the usual tropical weather we experience in South-East-Asia. Well in a land where everything grows well, and all the flowers are blooming, fruits are bearing. Its unlikely you wont enjoy the peace of the highlands.over 5 years ago
over 6 years ago
Cameron Highlands is famous for its tea plantations among its other vegetable farming etc.
The pace is slow there and is ideal if you want to go to a place and do nothing.
Go visit the tea plantation and get yourself some nice tea while you are there.
The air is nice there and the temperature cool.
However, the ‘strawberry’ farms is not as great as those in Melbourne.
Internet access is minimum… you can probably get it at the hotel at a cost.over 7 years ago
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