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Monday, April 23, 2012

Cameron Highlands Revisited: A Short One

Date: 21/4/2012
Location: Cameron Highlands

My family (not all) and I went to Cameron Highlands for a truly short visit there. In fact we had some thing to be settled in Kampar, and after that off we went to the highland to spend the rest of our Saturday there. And the time was considered right because my mum's birthday was the day before, so we can celebrate her birthday as well.

In fact I planned to go to places I've never been before, like Sungei Palas Tea Plantation and Cameron Highlands Night Market. But unfortunately we had to cut it short due to some reasons. We just passed the Night Market area and spent just a while at Sungei Palas. Thus, here are the photos of our very short vacation to Cameron Highlands.

1. My youngest brother in front of Cameron Valley Tea Bharat Plantation signboard.

2. Mum, dad, youngest bro and sis.

3. This was found at Cameron Bharat Tea Plantation area

4. Another flower planted. Names will be updated later.

5. View from the tea plantation. It was a bright and hot afternoon.

6. Roses at Equatorial Hotel

7. Camellia japonica

8. Yellow flowers from climbing plant

9. Orange blooms

10. Creeping Hedera helix.

11. We had tea and scones at Raju's. My mum kinda like the food here because they are less sweet.

12. Ripened strawberries

13. Raju's straberry farm

14. Open deck at the upper floor.
At 5, we went to Sungei Palas Tea Plantation. The road going to the tea plantation is very narrow and one has to be extra careful. But the view of mossy slope by the road was magnificent! No photos though because obviously I was the one who drove. Just unfortunate for us since the place closed at 4.30. So we and some other people who also missed it just stopped by the narrow road to snap some photos.

15. View from the road corner (the widest spot found to stop for a while)

16. Tea plants 

17. Surrounded by teas!

Right after this we went back to Subang. But seriously I never get enough of Cameron Highlands. Will come back soon. Will come back soon.

~The End~

14 comments:

Aku said... [Reply]

bukanke masa ni ko tak sihat kan?

gadisBunga said... [Reply]

@Aku

errr...mejik nih.

mana ko tau?

Dinas Aldi said... [Reply]

Akak suka tengok Camellia japonica tuh! Apa nama bunga dalam gambar ke3 tu? I like that too.

Ada nyanyik lagu sambil lari2 tak kat celah pokok teh tu? Hehehe..

Aku said... [Reply]

mmuahahahahaHAHAHA...

(gelak jahat)

tasekM said... [Reply]

kampung si telor power ni mmg sedap eh..?



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gadisbunga said... [Reply]

@Dinas Aldi

bunga nombot 3 tu cek tgh cek balik nama dia. sekarang ni blank! hahah~

gadisbunga said... [Reply]

@Aku

sila terangkan motif ko gelak jahat. aku tgh blank. tq....! :D

gadisbunga said... [Reply]

@tasekM

naik atas tu mmg dok jeleskan si telor je kak!

sepa said... [Reply]

nak tanya.
1. kenapa diaorang bungkus akar stroberi.?!
2. bulih tak, tanam stroberi di tmpt rendah,
contohnya, di Miri.?! (*soalan nih lebih kepada syaratsyarat atau
keperluankeperluan untuk hidup, stroberi.)

tq.

gadisBunga said... [Reply]

@sepa

teka teki teka tekuk ko boleh tahan susah nak menjawabnye. amboiii~

sepa said... [Reply]

aku pernah beli pokok tomato, kat Kundasang, Sabah.
aku beli anakanak tomato yg dlm poli-bag...
besar sket aku buh dlm pasu. berbunga,
baru nak jd buah semuanya jadi mampus.
kat ladang tomato tuh, tomato diaorg tanam, bungkus akar.

itu pasal la aku tanya... kotkot ko tau. hehehe...

gadisbunga said... [Reply]

@sepa

ala sepa..tanam pokok bukan kepakaran aku walaupun itu memang kesukaan aku. nak nak pokok tomato dgn pokok cili.

aku cuma reti propose pokok je...pokok bunga je~ huhuhu~

DrSinga said... [Reply]

saya bayangkan jalan ke atas tu pon saya dah mabukkk!!!!

gadisBunga said... [Reply]

@DrSinga

jalan simpang pulai la kakak. luasss!