Fraser’s Hill in general has long been a popular highland destination in Pahang besides Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands and Bukit Tinggi. The hill features many popular attractions such as a clock tower, a horse riding center, bird interpretive center, a dam, several nurseries and a waterfalls.
The hill is very well known among the bird enthusiast. Annually, there will be a bird watching contest with the participants all over world meet and compete.The visitors also can learn how to ride horses, rent a boat to enjoy the view or feeding the koi fish at the Allen’s Water, hiking at the Pine Tree Hill Twin Peaks, buying herbs or flowers at the nurseries, playing golf and many more.
The place also has a food square for the family to eat and a playground for the children to play.
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Daily : 7.00 a.m – 7.00 p.m (Most places usually closed after 7.00 p.m)
There is no entrance fee.
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You can easily spend a whole day and do lot more than we did. You can take it slowly with kids, like we did. A great place for any nature lover and families with children who would like to spend a day quietly away from the city.
Fraser’s Hill is definitely not a place for hyperactive or activity oriented people. It is however a good getaway for those who just want to relax and don’t mind doing nothing.
Nevertheless I’ve listed a few activities you can do if you are going there for the first time.
Fraser’s Hill is a little hidden gem, located just 2 ½ hours drive away from Kuala Lumpur. It is a perfect place to enjoy the cool and relaxed atmosphere.
Boh Tea Plantation
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Time Tunnel Cameron Highlands
The Time Tunnel in Cameron Highland is the first memorabilia museum in Malaysia. The museum is opened by a Cameron Highlands local named See Kok Shan.He is an avid collector and loves to collect memorabilia.
The mossy forest is located at Mount Irau. The place is damp, gloomy, a bit spooky but beautiful and looks like a set in the fairy tale. The huge canopy of tall trees are intertwined, allowing a tiny bit of an opening for sunlight to go through.