Located in the Titiwangsa Mountains, one of the most extensive hill stations in Malaysia is the Cameron Highlands. The size of Cameron Highlands is huge and it covers an area of almost 712 square kilometers and has the size of Singapore. The places which are the borders of the Cameron Highlands are the Perak and Kelantan and both the places are to the west and to the north respectively. In the place Pahang of Malaysia, Cameron Highlands is the smallest constituency and the Highlands is almost 200 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur and almost 90 kilometers from Ipoh. The Highlands was discovered in the year 1885 and it has three districts which are Ulu Telom, Tanah Ratah and Ringlet. The place has eight sub-districts and they are Kuala Terla, Kampung Raja, Kea Farm, Bertam Valley, Brinchang, Ringlet and Tanah Rata. All such places in the Cameron Highlands are 1,100 meters above sea level. The place Cameron Highlands have an awesome weather with a maximum temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and in the night time the temperature drops down to 9 degrees Celsius, tourists come to this place only to enjoy the lovely weather far away from the humidity of Malaysia. As the Highland is a huge place, it is also thickly populated with a population of nearly 38,000. People of different nationalities stay in this place and most of them are the Non Malaysian citizens, Indian and Chinese. Most of the service industry employees, government representatives and farm workers stay in the Highlands and the languages which people speak in this area are Hinduism, Sikhism, Christianity, Mandarin, Tamil, English and Malay. In Malaysia, the Cameron Highlands are considered to be one of the oldest tourist spots in the world and the places which need to be seen here by the tourists include the tea gardens, waterfalls, farmlands, rivers, orchards, nurseries, lakes, rivers, wildlife, Golf Course, Forest, Places of Worship, Museum and many other attractive places.

Most of the tourists who travel to Malaysia can go to the Cameron Highlands via the roads of Gua Musang, Simpang Pulai and Tapah. These roads are the best entryways to the Cameron Highlands and it takes less amount of time to travel to Cameron Highlands from Malaysia if some of the short route is followed. The Cameron Highlands have a tremendous Geopraphy with mountains surrounding all over the place and the area have a completely different eco-system. The place is also a venue for the birds and animals and full protection is given to them by the Cameron Highlands authorities. The place is also known for a wide variety of Flora and Fauna and for the natural beauty the place has nearly 700 species of different plants. The scenic beauties of the Cameron Highlands are a treat to watch and people from around the world come to the Cameron Highlands just for the weather and the tourist spots. There are eight mountains which surround the Highlands and close to the place is the mossy forest which is just 15 minutes from the Highlands. There are eight rivers in the Highland which increases the panoramic views of the place and for tracking the Highland is the most ideal place. All Souls’ Church is one of the oldest Church in the Highland which was built during the period of the British Empire. Bala’s Holiday Chalet is another place to visit in the Cameron Highlands, built in 1935 by the Britishers. For the Golf lovers Cameron Highlands Golf Club is another place to have fun for the visitors. Hence, whoever go to Malaysia should not miss the opportunity to travel to the Cameron Highlands.