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Cameron Highlands - Ressler - 09-11-2019 04:32 AM

Hello everyone,,
I had a really nice stay at Father's Guesthouse! It's off of the main road (like 2-4 minute walk), so it's really quiet at night. When you get there, you can book a half day trip to see the butterfly garden, tea plantation, and mossy forrest. The mossy forrest was amazing. The guide takes you into the forrest so you can get up and personal with the moss. The tea plantation was just okay, but you have the option of buying their tea and sampling it at the cafe. I'm really glad I booked through Father's because our guide was amazing! He was really informational and really funny lol
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If you like/want to try indian food, you gotta go to Singh Chapati (Coordinates: 4.4709792,101.3764132). They're a small family ran business, but it's really affordable compared to the other Indian restaurants and a lot less touristy.

But my biggest recommendation for Malaysia is for you to drink as much teh tarik as you can. It translates to "pulled tea" and you'll see why when they make it, but that drink is heavenly and ridiculously cheap.


RE: Cameron Highlands - ignitiouskhans - 09-16-2019 07:08 PM

I had a really nice stay at Father's Guesthouse! It's off of the main road (like 2-4 minute walk), so it's really quiet at night. When you get there, you can book a half day trip to see the butterfly garden, tea plantation, and mossy forrest. The mossy forrest was amazing. The guide takes you into the forrest so you can get up and personal with the moss. The tea plantation was just okay, but you have the option of buying their tea and sampling it at the cafe. I'm really glad I booked through Father's because our guide was amazing! He was really informational and really funny lol


i agree


RE: Cameron Highlands - raichad0 - 10-02-2019 05:03 PM

I have also been here, it is really great


RE: Cameron Highlands - owainbritt - 12-30-2019 12:46 PM

(09-11-2019 04:32 AM)Ressler Wrote:  Hello everyone,,
I had a really nice stay at Father's Guesthouse! It's off of the main road (like 2-4 minute walk), so it's really quiet at night. When you get there, you can book a half day trip to see the butterfly garden, tea plantation, and mossy forrest. The mossy forrest was amazing. The guide takes you into the forrest so you can get up and personal with the moss. The tea plantation was just okay, but you have the option of buying their tea and sampling it at the cafe. I'm really glad I booked through Father's because our guide was amazing! He was really informational and really funny lol
internet cafe sweepstakes software

If you like/want to try indian food, you gotta go to Singh Chapati (Coordinates: 4.4709792,101.3764132). They're a small family ran business, but it's really affordable compared to the other Indian restaurants and a lot less touristy. happy wheels

But my biggest recommendation for Malaysia is for you to drink as much teh tarik as you can. It translates to "pulled tea" and you'll see why when they make it, but that drink is heavenly and ridiculously cheap.

I'm interested in the Campgrounds in Cameron Highlands.


RE: Cameron Highlands - Barbara 12 - 02-10-2020 04:51 PM

Hi guys,
Its really nice to know about those members who will have been really visit this nice place. I hope you all will have spend a very good time here. I was also visited this place with my friends and enjoyed a lot. I taste different food from Singh Chapati and I enjoyed. Cameron highlands gave me a lot of memorable moments. I spent a very good time there.I wish I go to visit this place again.