In this article, we are going to talk about the 5 things to do in the Brinchanga. The Brinchanga is the place near Cameron Highlands. At this location, the visitors can learn the about the natural surroundings, closed or enjoy the beautiful landscape in the hill station.
Here is the List of 5 things to do in Brinchanga:
1. Boh Tea Plantation
The Cameron Highlands visit would not be complete without the tour of the Boh Tea Plantation. These are the Fairlie Tea Garden, Sungai Palas Tea Garden, and the Habu Tea Garden. The travel across these plantations offers the view that is breathtaking, as the visitors make their way through the rolling hills on the narrow hillside roads.
The Sungai Palas Tea Centre offers the visitor a chance to learn about how tea is packaged and processed in the guided tea factory tour.
2. Jungle Walks
The Nature lover and the walking enthusiastic can take advantage of hilly terrain and tracks to enjoy the Cameron Highland’s natural beauty. The Hill Station offers the walker of varying the difficulties with the some being casual stroll while the others are more strenuous. Some of these tracks take you into the jungle, and it offers the view of the misty mountain.
As easy one is the path 5 where you can easily walk through the Malaysian Agriculture research and the development institution and head on the roads toward Tanah Rata. The visitors are advised to speak with the local guide to the current situation of walking tracks before the embarking on the walk alone, as some trails may be closed due to the weather.
The Cameron Highland’s cold temperature is conducive to the plant a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. The Farms are located across the Highland’s main town, starting from Ringlet right up to the Brinchang. The visitors are encouraged to the head to Tringkap or Kuala to look at the larger vegetable farms which grow the crops like spinach, cabbage, and cauliflower. The Cameron Highland’s also boasts the largest strawberry farms also known as the Taman Agro Tourism, Cameron Highlands to hand pick strawberries or enjoy the some freshly made strawberry ice cream.
4. Steamboat Cuisine
The Chinese Steamboat has caught on the hill station, and the visitor can choose the dozens of restaurants that offer the cuisine, loosely based on the fondue concept.
Those who want to learn about the culture and practices of the people living in the Cameron Highlands can opt to stop by the Sam Poh Buddhist Temple in the Brinchang. This temple hill overlooking Brinchang and offers the patrons a good view of the whole town. It was built in 1972, and it houses the largest Buddha Statue. The another temple is the Sri Thandayuthapani Swamy Temple, the wonderful Hindu temple often visited by the tea picking communities in the highlands.
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