Saturday, May 10, 2008

BOH Tea Plantation @ Cameron Highland, Pahang

Located at Cameron Highland, Pahang, BOH Tea Plantation offers another attraction for those who visit to this premier hill resort. Even though I had several times been in Cameron Highland, this is my first time there. I always stop at Cameron Bharat Tea Shop, to have some light refreshments before continue my journey to Brinchang. But this time, I had the chance to visit Boh Tea Plantation instead. The route to the plantation is quite challenging. But, once you reach the plantation, you may have some rest there, visit the factory to see the process of tea production, feel the calmness and beautiful scenery out of the tea plantation while tasting the great tea at the tea shop, and even shop some souveniours there. There’s so much variety of tea you can try (original, mint, herb…can’t remember all). I wish I can be there everyday…having my tea time with my love one there…Hot tea served with muffin, sandwiches, pie, cakes, yum..yum..yum...Can’t wait our the visit. Maybe to bring other family members together.

I wish I can visit the factory on that day, unfortunately, the factory was closed. So sad…huhuhu…and I wish I can climb the hill to see the larger view of the plantation from the top of the hill (look-point), but with my condition of 2+ months pregnant during that time, just can’t afford it. Even the journey to the BOH tea plantation (from the main road) had made me feel a bit dizzy…Hmm…but, it can be compensated with the great taste of BOH tea at the tea shop on that day.

As alternative, you can visit the Sungai Palas Boh Tea Centre, near Equatorial Hotel at Brinchang. That is my aim for the next visit to the Cameron Highland.


team bsg said...

Dun forgit too the many strawberry farms in Brinchang , like the Mountain Strawberry Farm off the Sg Palas Estate.

roti Canai in Tanah Rata also good !

Happy Mother-to-be day !

Dalilawati Zainal said...

Yep, I've been there for so many time...the strawberry farms. Now, "pick your own strawberry" has become more and more popular. But, we have to pay higher price. Oh! I never try roti canai at Tanah Rata. May consider it in my next visit...Thanks for the wish team bsg...