Travel Guide Travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands

On 15 October 2017, my family and I went to attend TAEYANG 2017 World Tour White Night in Kuala Lumpur. We then thought about going to Cameron Highlands to relax and enjoy before going back to China. So, we booked bus ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands from and got the confirmation email instantly after we made the payment through Alipay.

Below is the summary of our journey:

1) Departure in Terminal Bersepadu Selatan
2) Arrival in Tanah Rata Bus Terminal

Departure in Terminal Bersepadu Selatan

We reached Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, also known as TBS, 2 hours before the departure time by KTM train. We went to the online ticket redemption counter to exchange our printed ticket to the standard bus ticket. Please note that passengers are advised to check-in their bus ticket 30 minute in advance before the departure time, as encouraged.

We saw that there were food courts, fast food restaurant, convenience store and many more shops in TBS. Since we still had plenty of time left, we decided to have our lunch in TBS.

Once we finished our lunch, we took an escalator down to the bus platform and waited at the waiting area. After waiting for about 30 minutes, the bus from Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highland reached the bus platform on time.

The bus was quite comfortable with air-conditioner, spacious legroom, reclining seats, and other facilities. We were satisfied with the cleanliness and nice treatment from the friendly driver in this trip.

CS Express bus exterior design

CS Express bus interior design

Arrival in Tanah Rata Bus Terminal

After travelling on the road for about 4 hours from Kuala Lumpur, we finally reached Tanah Rata Bus Terminal, Cameron Highlands. Tanah Rata Bus Terminal is the main hub of Cameron Highlands. We took a taxi from there to our hotel in the Kea Farm area.

Place of Interest in Cameron Highlands

1) Mossy Forest

It is a natural environment that grows only at the highest elevations of Cameron Highlands.

Mossy Forest walkway

2) Boh Tea Plantation

It is a must-go tourist attraction when coming to Cameron Highlands. Boh Tea Plantation is known as the largest garden in Cameron Highlands and also the largest producers of tea in Malaysia as well.

Boh Tea Plantation

3) Cameron Highlands Butterfly Farm

It is a live insect gallery and zoological garden located at Kea Farm, also known as the oldest tourist attraction in Cameron Highlands.

Cameron Highlands Buttery Farm

4) Ee Feng Gu Bee Farm

The Bee Farm is right next to the Butterfly Farm. Ee Feng Gu Bee Farm provides good quality farm and it is also experienced in this field.

Ee Feng Gu bee farm

5) Cameron Highlands Waterfall

There are two waterfalls in Cameron Highlands. One is Parit Fall and another one is Robinson Fall. The Parit Fall is smaller than the Robinson Fall.

Cameron Highlands waterfall

6) Rose Centre

Rose Centre is a flower garden at Kea Farm, located off the main road about 3.5km away from Brinchang town.

Rose centre

Other than that, you also can visit the strawberry farm in Cameron Highlands. You can pick your own strawberries and enjoy the fresh strawberries in the farm. The strawberry farm in Cameron Highlands is going to amaze you!

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