The Cameron Highlands are a highlands region in the centre of Peninsular Malaysia, which comprises a series of hill stations at altitudes between 1500 and 1800m. The temperature hovers around 16 ad 26C. This fertile area is the centre of Malaysia's tea industry and it's the place where locals and visitors come to escape the heat of the plains. Attractions include jungle walks, waterfalls, tours of tea plantations, beautiful gardens and plenty of wild flowers.

01 Tea plantation 02 Tea plantation 03 Tea hills 04 Tea plantation 05 Tea leaves
06 Tea leaves 07 Tea leaves 08 Tea leaves 09 Tea leaves 10 Tea leaves
11 Tea leaves 12 Tea plantation 13 Tea plantation 14 Tea factory 15 Tea press
16 Dried and fermented tea leaves 01 Moth 02 Butterfly 03 Chalcosoma Caucasus 04 Male and female Chalcosoma Caucasus
05 Giant beetle 06 Giant millipede 07 Leaf insect 08 Couple of leaf insects 09 Leaf insect
10 Leaf insect 11 Leaf insect 12 Stick insect 13 Stick insect 14 Leaf frog
15 Heteropteryx dilatata (Stick insect) 16 Heteropteryx dilatata (Stick insect) 01 Jungle waterfall 02 Jungle 03 Brinchang
04 Tanah Rata 05 White mushrooms 06 Orang Asli houses and people
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