The biggest and best known of Malaysia’s hill stations lies on a jungle-clad 1500-m-high plateau. The hills and forests provide excellent opportunities for walking, and the fertile conditions make it an important farming area. There are three main townships: Ringlet, famous for its tea plantations, Tanah Rata, the main town with shops, hotels and restaurants, and Brinchang, with its temples, rose gardens and strawberry farms. In recent years, the highlands have lost some of their charm with the development of golf courses and luxury resorts, but visitors still flock here to escape the heat and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The weather is reassuringly British – unpredictable, often wet and decidedly cool – but when the sun blazes, the Camerons are hard to beat.
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