Cameron Highlands Day Trip


A day trip to Cameron Highlands from Kuala Lumpur offers visitors the opportunity to experience Malaysia’s stunning hill station. Our tour packages include all entrance fees and a set lunch, with no additional hidden costs.

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Are you planning to make a Cameron Highlands day trip from Kuala Lumpur?
Well, you are coming to the right place. Cameron Highlands day trip from Kuala Lumpur is perfect for those looking to visit Malaysia biggest hill station in one go without worrying about accommodation. Cameron Highlands is also famous among foreign tourists heading north as a stop-by trip en route to Penang. Therefore, the travelers could continue the journey to Penang the same day after completing the tour.

Cameron Highlands Day Trip Itinerary

We emphasize quality over quantity to ensure tourists get the best of the best. All the activities below we picked based on our experience conducting Cameron Highlands day trips for the past 14 years. As tourists can see, we will visit two tea plantations during the Cameron Highlands tour because the Tea plantation in Cameron Highlands is more accessible than other tea plantations in Asia. So now tourists can remove visiting Tea plantations from their wish list.

Best Time To Do The Tour

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Since the Malaysian government reopened the border in April 2022, the number of local tourists visiting Cameron Highlands has tripled during weekdays. Before booking, kindly review the list of the best time to visit Cameron Highlands to ensure tourists get the best tour experience. On certain days such as Sunday or during the long public weekends we not operating to prevent we stuck in massive congestion in Cameron Highlands and on the highway.

As we can see on the review made by customers when they visited Cameron Highlands at the wrong time. (The review from our competitor)

DayStartEndPick-up Time/Event
MondayBoh tea estate closed
Tue – Thu0730am
Fri – Sat0445am
Sunnot operating
School Holiday 20229 Dec 202231 Dec 20220445am
Sultan Selangor Birthday11 Dec 202212 Dec 2022not operating
Christmas Holiday23 Dec 202225 Dec 2022not operating
Chinese New Year21 Jan 202325 Jan 2023not operating
Thaipusam5 Feb 20236 Feb 2023not operating
Best time to make Cameron Highlands day trip

Pick-up Point

As a leading Malaysia private tour guide, we provide pick-up from customer Hotels or residents in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding area. Additional charges are RM60 for pick-up and drop-off points situated outside Kuala Lumpur, including Damansara, Sunway, and Petaling Jaya.

  • Kuala Lumpur city
  • Sunway City
  • Damansara Area
  • Sepang Area
  • Pick-up from Cameron Highlands is perfect for tourists planning to transfer to Kuala Lumpur city or KLIA/Subang Airport after we complete the tour. 

Drop-Off Point

  • Cameron Highlands – for those who like to overnight in Cameron Highlands and continue their journey by other modes of transportation
  • Penang – drop off in Georgetown or Batu Feringgi after the tour is complete.
  • Taman Negara Pahang – drop off in Taman Negara, Kuala Tahan Pahang.

List of Activity

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Although tourists only visit Cameron Highlands for one day, we designed our Cameron Highlands day tour itinerary covering most of the major attractions in the hill station.

  1. Lata Iskandar waterfalls
  2. Blowpipe Demonstration by Senoi Indigenous People
  3. Cameron Valley Tea Plantation previously known as Bharat Tea
  4. Time Tunnel Museum
  5. Butterflies Garden
  6. Sungai Palas Boh Tea Estate

Lata Iskandar Waterfall

During the Cameron Highlands day trip, the first site we will visit will be the Lata Iskandar waterfalls. Lata in the Malay language means waterfalls. Iskandar name is from one of Sultan Perak Sultan Idris Iskandar Al-Mutawakkil Alallahi Shah. Besides crystal clear waterfalls, tourists can find a local shop selling crafts made from Bamboo and Malaysian herbals such as Tongkat Ali and Kacip Fatimah.

Lata Iskandar Water Falls Cameron Highlands
Lata Iskandar Waterfalls Cameron Highlands a Great Place to Refresh
Senoi Indegenious People in Cameron Highlands
Senoi Indegenious People in Cameron Highlands Demostrate using a Blowpipe

Blowpipe Demostration

Malaysia has a vast diversity of ethnic. However, the original people of Malaysia are Orang Asli. Orang Asli refers to the indigenous peoples living in peninsular Malaysia who are not Malay Muslims. They estimated about 180,000 indigenous people live in Peninsular Malaysia. Most of them live in the hinterland and suburbs and still maintain about 50% of their natural lifestyle.
Therefore, we take this opportunity to visit the most prominent tribe of Orang Asli in peninsular Malaysia, known as the Senoi tribe. Besides learning about their social culture and economy, the tourist has an opportunity to try to use a blowpipe, one of the indigenous tools used for hunting.

Cameron Valley Tea Plantation

Cameron Valley Tea is the first Tea plantation we will visit during the Cameron Highlands day trip from Kuala Lumpur. Cameron Valley Tea, also known as Bharat Tea, was established in 1933 by Mr.Shivparshad Bansal. He was born in Agra, India, and migrated to Malaya when he was 12 years old.
After successfully becoming a wholesaler leader in the Tea industry, Bharat group decided to expand its business in retail. In 1996, the Bharat group established its brand, Cameron Valley Tea. Covering about 286 hectares of land, Cameron Valley Tea shop (TS2) provides Malaysia’s best tea plantation view.

Cameron Highlands Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur
Cameron Valley Plantation formally known as Bharat Tea
Cameron Highlands day trip from Kuala Lumpur
Cameron Highlands Time Tunnel Museum

Local Museum The Time Tunnel

Time tunnel museums are the best place to learn how Cameron Highlands’ development has progressed since before the Second World War until today. Initially, Cameron Highlands was known as the Experimental Hill Station. However, the main reason the British have to establish Cameron Highlands is the spike in population in Malaya. In addition, the British need a place for farming to provide food due to the influx of immigrants from China and India. Most of the items in Time Tunnel belong to Mr. Kok, a local collector, and donate by the previous British officer who had been assigned to work in Malaya during British colonization.

Butterflies Garden

We continue our Cameron Highlands day tour by visiting the butterfly’s garden managed by the Tan family since 1970. It currently has about 500 insects, butterflies, snakes, reptiles, and plants. A great place to learn about Malaysian fauna and flora.

Cameron Highlands Butterflies Garden
Cameron Highlands Butterflies Garden

BOH Tea Sungai Palas Estate

Cameron Highlands day trip
Cameron Highlands Boh tea plantation workers harvest Tea leaves using mechanical shear to improve the Tea production
Cameron Highlands day tour
BOH Tea Plantation Sungai Palas Estate

The main highlight of our Cameron Highlands day tour itinerary is visiting BOH Tea Sungai Palas Estate. BOH Tea is the biggest and oldest Tea company in Malaysia and produces about 75% of Tea Tourists can discover the tea-making process by visiting the Tea processing factory. In addition, we stay longer here to allow tourists to enjoy the tea plantation scenery with fresh tea.

Cameron Highlands Day Trip Packages


  • Driver cum guide
  • All Transport charges
  • All entrance tickets as stated on the list of activity
  • Set Lunch with mineral water


  • Personal Expenses
  • Alcohol Beverage
  • Travel Insurance

Things To Bring During The Tour

  • Good walking shoes
  • Light jacket
  • Medicine for those who have a history of motion sickness.

Cameron Highlands Day Trip FAQ

How to refund my payment if I decide to cancel my booking?

We offer the fastest and more straightforward refund method. First, customers must inform us about the cancellation by whatapps or email. Then, we will refund your deposit immediately or within 1 hour.

What is the minimum time to get a full refund?

To be fair to everyone, customers must inform us at least 3 hours before the tour starts.

Is one day enough for Cameron Highlands?

It entirely depends on what you plan to do. If your premier objective is to enjoy the scenic of the tea plantation, one day trip to Cameron Highlands is sufficient. Tourists should concentrate on the main attractions and leave out others less important activities such as visiting markets, rose garden activities, and bee farms.

How do I travel within Cameron Highlands?

Due to the terrain and distance from one place to another, tourists need to own a car. However, besides driving, tourists can hire a local taxi to move around. Tourists also can engage local tour operators to visit the main attractions in Cameron Highlands.

How many days do you need in Cameron Highlands?

Three days and two nights should be the maximum number of days in Cameron Highlands if tourists plan to do all the activities. In addition, tourists can do jungle trekking and organize the Reaffelia flowers tour.

Which experiences are best for tours in Cameron Highlands?

The best thing to do in Cameron Highlands is to have a cup of tea while enjoying the beauty of the tea plantations. Cameron Highlands is a place for tourists to refresh their minds and body.


Cameron Highlands day tour with private tours is the best alternative mode of travel to Malaysia’s biggest hill station for tourists looking for an unforgettable holiday experience in this beautiful part-British colonial town.



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