Continuing with my Cameron Highlands series hahaha I'm sooo behind.
On our way back to Kuala Lumpur we decided to drop by the new Sungei Palas Tea Centre operated by Boh Plantations since the previous attempt was not successful.
The Tea Centre is home to a tea outlet, a souvenir and tea shop as well as an exhibition area with comprehensive information about the tea manufacturing process. The factory is nearby too which you can take a tour and it's free entry to everyone.
As we drove up, we saw the cliff that we've stopped previously before. We decided to stop by again this round and took a breather. This place have a breathtaking view of the whole plantation.
From the cliff, we saw one Defender approaching...
We sat right at the end of the cafe... and it's soooo windy.... brrr....!!!! Boiboi took this shot... look how shiny the table is, until can see the reflection of the sky. Actually hor I think he wanted to spyshot the two leng luis jiejies (pretty ladies) hahaha :D
It's cool to have bamboos slated as walls as the wind can blow thru them! Yeah this is the ladies...
The Sungei Palas Tea Centre is open daily - except Monday - from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Admission to the factory visit is free and information tours are conducted approximately every 30 minutes.
Cameron Highlands Part 1: The Land of Work Horses
Cameron Highlands Part 2: Sam Poh Chi
Cameron Highlands Part 3: Heritage Hotel
Cameron Highlands Part 4: Rose Valley
Cameron Highlands Part 5: Bala's Holiday Chalet
Cameron Highlands Part 6: Cactus Valley
Cameron Highlands Part 7: Cameron Valley Tea House
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