Boh Tea Plantation
BOH Tea Plantation is one of the most famous attractions in Cameron Highlands. The plantation offers a scenic and tranquil view plus the fresh crisp air. The plantation covers 8000 acres of land with tea. It is indeed the largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia.
The journey to the BOH Tea Plantation is a bit winding and not for the faint of heart. The road is narrow and winding. However, aside from the narrow road, the view it offers along the road is simply breathtaking.
The plantation also offers a FREE guided factory tour at the processing plant where visitors can see how the tea leaf is processed from sorting, drying and so on. There is also a cafe where people can treat themselves with a nice cup of tea and desserts while enjoying the view.
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Tuesday – Sunday : 8.30 a.m – 4.30 p.m
There is no entrance fee.
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The Tea Factory is my favorite. There are old but fully functional pieces of equipment that the factory continues to use up to now. Visitors are given an opportunity to witness the tea-making process from harvest to sorting to packaging.
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