Posted by Jayce Ooi as Travel
Continued from Butterfly Farm at Cameron Highlands, Pahang
BOH Tea Centre at Sungai Palas was the last place we visited during our trip to Cameron Highlands. It will take some of your driving skill to get into the tea shop and factory. The road is small and narrow. Only one car can pass at a time. Luckily, I managed to survive it.
BOH Tea Centre at Sungai Palas
The are a lot of tea plantations over there. Yes, a lot. Sungai Palas is the second largest tea farm of BOH Tea Plantation. The view is so great. Too bad it was around 4 to 5pm during our visit. It was quite warm back then. Otherwise, it should like Bharat Tea Plantations – cold.
Green tea along the way into BOH Tea Centre
BOH employees houses
It took us around 10 to 20 minutes to reach BOH Tea Centre from main road. Luckily, we still managed to catch up with the last tea factory tour. The guide explained about the history, process and a lot of thing about BOH and the tea. I am lazy to explain here. Please go there to find out yourself.
Place to have drink at BOH Tea Shop
The great tour guide
Finally, the day was darker than before. So we took our leave from BOH Tea Centre. We fetched 2 foreigners on our way back to the main road. This was the first time that I fetched foreigner. Ha… Ha… What a special day…
View from BOH Tea Shop
Continued on Way back home from Cameron Highlands
A long way to Cameron Highlands
Small towns at Cameron Highlands
Century Pines Resort at Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Cactus Point at Cameron Highlands
Ee Feng Gu Honey Bee Farm at Cameron Highlands
Cameron Valley – Bharat Tea Plantations at Cameron Highlands
Cactus Valley at Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Kok Lim Self Plucking Strawberry Farm at Cameron Highlands
Vegetable Market at Kea Farm, Cameron Highlands
Butterfly Farm at Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Way back home from Cameron Highlands