Are you planning to do a day trip in Kuala Lumpur but still not sure or do not know where to start? Too many opinions and suggestion in travel blog making you more confused? Whatever written in the travel blog sound so easy on the paper, without consider the weather and traffic situation. The traffic and weather in Kuala Lumpur it’s not a same everyday’ s. Before you do trips it is good to do some homework and plan your tour earlier.
Here are a few lists check to help you planning your trips in Kuala Lumpur.
Well plan trips you will get a very productive tour without ripping out your budget. More things see or try not only in Kuala Lumpur but also surrounding area.
Cameron Highlands is one of the most wonderful destinations in Malaysia and is a great way to escape from the hustles and bustles of Kuala Lumpur. Perched at an altitude of about 1822 meters, Cameron Highlands is the largest as well as the most serene of all the hill resorts in the country.
Apart from being one of the most prominent tourist spots, Cameron Highlands is also credited to be leading producer of flowers as well as agricultural produces such as tomatoes and lettuce in the country. No wonder why Cameron Highlands is sometimes referred to as the ‘Green Bowl of Malaysia.’ Located in the northwest corner in the state of Penang, about 300 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands is much favored for its breathtaking scenery, comprising majestic mountain peaks, soothing mountain air, stunning waterfalls, incredible tea plantations, miles of strawberry and other fruit farms, and beautiful flower gardens.
The charm of this hill resort was first discovered by a British surveyor, William Cameron, in 1885. As a result, Cameron Highlands became one of the South-East Asia’s most popular hill resorts during the colonial period. Later, on realizing the healthy climate and the richness and fertility of the mountain slopes, the British planters choose this area to grow tea and agricultural produce. Even today, the hill resort retains its charm and glory of an English Village.