The rose city of Malaysia

Trip Start May 04, 2010
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Trip End Jun 01, 2010


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Flag of Malaysia  , Pahang,
Friday, May 14, 2010

Cameron Highlands... what a sight!  We did a "Country Side Tour" which began in a rose garden.  This city produces so many different kinds of roses, along with many other types of flowers.  Apparently the biggest source of income for this city is the agriculture, which they have lots of.

To prove that, next we visited the strawberry farms.  They have this cool way of growing strawberries that makes it so they don't require any pesticides, and produce the juicest reddest strawberries ever.  Not only that, because of the unique, unchanging climate here, they are able to produce strawberries all year round!

Following that was the Butterfly Farm.  They had all different kinds of beetles and bugs and lizards and stuff, that you can even just touch and hold!  Anyone else reading this ever had a scorpion crawling across their hand?

Next was the BOH Tea Plantations.  Once we finally reached the 6666 feet tall mountain, it seems like there was no way to take a bad picture.  And we even got to try some fresh tea!  The factory smelled sooo good...

Then the bee farm.  Personally... meh...  It started to rain, and there wasn't that much to see.

Finally we saw a very peaceful, very serene Buddhist Temple.  Travelling around asia, there are a lot of temples, but this one was cool because of the view.  Well, everything in Cameron Highlands is cool because of the views.  Next: Langkawi!

-Mandeep


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Yasmine Khater on

wow, it sounds fantastic, I have yet to go there

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