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Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands, Pahang

Just 45 minutes away from KL, Genting Highlands is a cool hill station nestled in the cool mountain air and surrounded by a magnificent 100 million-year-old rainforest. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Genting Highlands has a plethora of three and five-star properties with onsite eateries, facilities, impeccable service, and luxurious guestrooms with stunning mountain views.


Bukit Tinggi, Pahang

Colmar Tropicale is a "French-themed" village and hotel in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia. It is situated on 80 acres of natural forestland at a height of 2,600 feet (790 m). The design was influenced by the original town of Colmar in Alsace, France. What could be more relaxing after all the thrilling experiences in the hot and humid atmosphere than a peaceful stay in any of the hill resorts, where one could sit in an open verandah sipping freshly brewed tea or indulging in cream-soaked fresh strawberries.

Bukit Tinggi

Fraser Hill

Fraser Hill, Pahang

Fraser's Hill situated in the state of Pahang in the central region of Peninsular Malaysia. This cooling holiday resort is famous for its nature activities and cooling atmosphere and is one of Malaysia's last hill stations, an imprint of former British colonial masters. Bukit Fraser has an average elevation of 1,200 metres, but its highest point is 1,500 metres above sea level at Telekom's loop. Temperatures usually range from 22°C to 28°C during the day and from 16°C to 20°C at night.


Cameron Highland, Pahang

Cameron Highlands is Malaysia's most common highland retreat with a mild atmosphere, with daytime temperatures ranging about 25°C and nighttime temperatures on average about 18°C. The highlands divides into three townships: Tanah Rata, Brinchang, and Ringlet. The British grew tea on the rich fertile mountain slopes during the colonial period, a tradition still practised by locals. Since then, it has become Malaysia's largest tea exporter. Aside from tea, Cameron is also ideal for growing continental trees, fruits, and vegetables.

Cameron Highlands

Maxwell Hill

Maxwell Hill, Perak

Bukit Larut, formerly known as Maxwell Hill, is a renowned Malaysian highland destination. Located at an elevation of 1,250 metres above sea level, approximately 10 kilometers from Taiping town in Perak; it is the wettest region in the world, with the highest rainfall. Bukit Larut is also home to Malaysia's oldest hill station, which was designed in 1884 by William Edward Maxwell, a British Assistant Resident in Perak, to provide a cool refuge for colonial officials. Bukit Larut is a perfect choice for those seeking to avoid the heat and humidity of Malaysia's lowlands, with daily temperatures varying from 10 to 25 degrees Celsius.


Penang Hill, Penang

Bukit Bendera, located 821 metres above Penang's capital, is known by islanders and is usually five degrees cooler than Georgetown. Since it is Penang's only remaining patch of tropical rainforest, the flora and fauna here have been conserved since 1960. Although it is less well-known compared to the rest, but due to its cooler climate, it is one of Penang's most popular tourist destinations. On a clear day, you can see the mountains of Langkawi and north Kedah from the top of Penang Hill, but the nighttime sight of lit-up Georgetown is particularly rewarding.

Penang Hill