Cameron Bharat Tea Estate
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  • 1962john1962101
    London, United Kingdom29 contributions
    Excellent guide Morgan
    Do not miss this feats of colour and history We took the golf buggy down to the centre with Morgan our driver who had worked the plantation for 30 years. Morgan gave us such authentic insight into the tea process, the history and his own personal experience. What an asset. Please thanks Morgan for bringing the experience to life for us. Suggestion. Ask all your gollf drivers to share their Cameron Heights experiences and tell folks about the tea process. Thank you again!
    Visited January 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 1 January 2023
  • Hans-Olof H
    Stockholm, Sweden932 contributions
    A genuinely nice tour to the Cameron Highlands
    This is a full day tour to the Malaysian highlands. It is a part of the Malaysia that is 2000 meter above the sea-level that the Englishman used to go to in order to cool down during the colonial time. One example of the advantage of this coolness is that they can grow good strawberries just as us Swedes. Of course, a nice visit to a strawberry farm was included in the trip. However, the main attraction was the visit to a tea plantation (I am a very heavy tea drinker myself) and the sights of the landscape itself. There were also a stop at a waterfall, some butterflies and an Aboriginal man that showed a traditional house and.how to use a blowpipe. This was somewhat of a guy in the cage type show that did not give you a nice feeling. All in all it was a very nice tour with a very good driver/guide.
    Visited January 2023
    Written 31 January 2023
  • May F
    Loveland, Colorado1,754 contributions
    Boh tea plantation estate
    What a way to see the tea plantation. Enjoy an afternoon tea , cakes at the visitor center, bring some souvenirs home. Taste some of the sample tea, visit the factory. What a beautiful scenic site. It does get very crowded with lots of visitors. You will need to drive through a narrow road into the plantation. It is worth a stop to see this place. Free entrance.
    Visited June 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 6 June 2023
  • Leo
    Germany44 contributions
    First visit to tea plantation
    Entry fee (4 RMB for adults, for kids it’s free) is fair as are the prices in the shop. One can spend 30-45 minutes walking around and taking pictures. Pathways are well maintained and it’s not too steep even for small kids, so was surprised seeing so many people opting to drive around by buggy. It’s a nice experience.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 30 July 2023
  • Hoi Fei K
    46 contributions
    Nice tea plantation but even the buggy ride is not accessible to those with mobility problems.
    We went there with extended family. We were thinking that our parents, who are in their 80's and have mobility issues, may need to stay in the cafe. However, when we got there, we saw a sign saying that there was an option of buggy ride. Of course, we paid for that for the whole family to go down. Unfortunately, it is only after we have paid for it that we realised that to get down to the buggy, our parents needed to go down some steep staircases. In the end, they had to go back to the cafe. We got a refund for them. However, I think it really defeated the purpose of having buggy ride. Another problem is that we took the buggy to the plantation. The scenary was great but the toilets were out of action and we were told that the nearest toilet was hundreds of meters uphill. That's why I have to take another point off the rating.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 24 September 2023
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Hoi Fei K
46 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
We went there with extended family. We were thinking that our parents, who are in their 80's and have mobility issues, may need to stay in the cafe. However, when we got there, we saw a sign saying that there was an option of buggy ride. Of course, we paid for that for the whole family to go down. Unfortunately, it is only after we have paid for it that we realised that to get down to the buggy, our parents needed to go down some steep staircases. In the end, they had to go back to the cafe. We got a refund for them. However, I think it really defeated the purpose of having buggy ride.
Another problem is that we took the buggy to the plantation. The scenary was great but the toilets were out of action and we were told that the nearest toilet was hundreds of meters uphill. That's why I have to take another point off the rating.
Written 24 September 2023
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Raja S
42 contributions
Sep 2023 • Family
A very place to visit in the highlands area.
The tea shop provides a great taste of masala tea which is a must try.
The tram car helps to go around to the lower point and good place for photo stops.
Written 23 September 2023
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Leo
Germany44 contributions
Jul 2023 • Family
Entry fee (4 RMB for adults, for kids it’s free) is fair as are the prices in the shop. One can spend 30-45 minutes walking around and taking pictures. Pathways are well maintained and it’s not too steep even for small kids, so was surprised seeing so many people opting to drive around by buggy. It’s a nice experience.
Written 30 July 2023
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Chayuda L.
Phuket, Thailand78 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
This tea farm is very good place to visit and also not far from binshang town. To visit farm for adult is 4 RM and kid is free and they provide foods and beverages with the beautiful view
Written 9 June 2023
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May F
Loveland, CO1,754 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
What a way to see the tea plantation. Enjoy an afternoon tea , cakes at the visitor center, bring some souvenirs home. Taste some of the sample tea, visit the factory. What a beautiful scenic site. It does get very crowded with lots of visitors. You will need to drive through a narrow road into the plantation. It is worth a stop to see this place. Free entrance.
Written 6 June 2023
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pianocello
Shah Alam, Malaysia1,367 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
There are good views and you can get transport directly to the tea plantations. It is a little expensive but worth the trip.
Written 1 June 2023
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Nagarajan K
Melaka, Malaysia7 contributions
Apr 2023
Not value for money. Just enjoy cup of tea and look at the view is enough. Don’t pay for go inside the tea garden. You can take photo and ATV(need to pay) ride only inside the tea garden. I don’t know what is the tourist attraction here.
Written 23 April 2023
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Mr JP
68 contributions
Mar 2023 • Family
This is the last stop for us before we went down the hill. Have a toilet, can enjoy high tea beside the tea plantations. Nice view, good place for high tea
Written 4 March 2023
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Hans-Olof H
Stockholm, Sweden932 contributions
Jan 2023
This is a full day tour to the Malaysian highlands. It is a part of the Malaysia that is 2000 meter above the sea-level that the Englishman used to go to in order to cool down during the colonial time. One example of the advantage of this coolness is that they can grow good strawberries just as us Swedes. Of course, a nice visit to a strawberry farm was included in the trip. However, the main attraction was the visit to a tea plantation (I am a very heavy tea drinker myself) and the sights of the landscape itself. There were also a stop at a waterfall, some butterflies and an Aboriginal man that showed a traditional house and.how to use a blowpipe. This was somewhat of a guy in the cage type show that did not give you a nice feeling. All in all it was a very nice tour with a very good driver/guide.
Written 31 January 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

1962john1962101
London, UK29 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
Do not miss this feats of colour and history

We took the golf buggy down to the centre with Morgan our driver who had worked the plantation for 30 years. Morgan gave us such authentic insight into the tea process, the history and his own personal experience.
What an asset. Please thanks Morgan for bringing the experience to life for us.
Suggestion. Ask all your gollf drivers to share their Cameron Heights experiences and tell folks about the tea process.
Thank you again!
Written 2 January 2023
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

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