If you're fit and nature lover , a trip to the mountains should be on the agenda. The peak of Gunung Brinchang at 2030 metres offer magnificent panoramic views of the highlands .
Maps are available for the most of the routes , guide is recommended .
There are many interesting jungle walks in Cameron Highlands. Some are just a short gentle stroll and others a half-day track for the very fit. Two of them lead to the popular Parit Waterfall and Robinson Waterfall near Tanah Rata. Maps showing the trails are available at most of the shops and most hotels.
Tea plantations is one of the must-see features of Cameron Highlands. You can visit the factories to see the process of tea production and some have shops where you can drink and buy tea. The view overlooking the plantations are beautiful, perfect for the picture album.
Fruit and vegetable farms
Fruit and vegetable farms are located throughout the highlands. Most farms allow visitors in and you can also buy them fresh on-site. The most interesting ones can be found along the Boh Tea Estate road at Habu and in the area surrounding the Equatorial Hotel after Brinchang .
Flower and plant nurseries
Cameron Highlands is Malaysia's leading producer of fresh flowers. At the flower gardens and nurseries, be dazzled with the mix of colors and species being grown here. Most nurseries allow visitors to view their vvarious varieties.
The market is a good place to look for everything under one roof. The main markets are located in Kea Farm , a night market (on Saturday) comes alive in Brinchang offering an abundance of fruits, flowers, vegetables and souvenirs.