Solo female travel in Cameron Highlands

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Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is a district located in the state of Pahang, Malaysia. It is known for its cool climate, lush green tea plantations, and strawberry farms. It is a popular destination for tourists looking to escape the heat of the lowlands and enjoy the fresh mountain air. The area is also known for its many hiking trails, waterfalls, and other outdoor activities. Visitors can also explore the local markets, visit the butterfly farm, and take a tour of the tea plantations.

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I am a very friendly and sincere Chinese lady . I like to meet people and learn their culture.


I’m 36, turning 37 in a month. I’m a journey to find myself. Not sure if you can call it the mid life crisis but I really love to just travel and see different culture, open to new experience. I like just chilling and strolling down new streets and go on a adventure.


I’m Hayat.. simple person with good attitude.. really like explore the nature and other things


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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Cameron Highlands safe for solo female travellers?

Yes, Cameron Highlands is generally safe for solo female travellers. However, it is always advisable to take the usual precautions when travelling alone, such as avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not carrying large amounts of cash.

Is Cameron Highlands good for solo female travellers?

Yes, Cameron Highlands is a great destination for solo female travelers. The area is generally safe and there are plenty of activities to do, such as visiting tea plantations, strawberry farms, and the Butterfly Farm. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes to explore, as well as plenty of hiking trails.

Is Cameron Highlands expensive for solo travellers?

No, Cameron Highlands is not expensive for solo travellers. There are plenty of budget-friendly accommodation options, and the cost of food and activities is quite reasonable.

What to do in Cameron Highlands solo?

Visit the Tea Plantations

Take a tour of the tea plantations and learn about the history of tea production in Cameron Highlands.

Explore the Mossy Forest

Take a hike through the mossy forest and enjoy the cool, misty air.

Visit the Strawberry Farms

Pick your own strawberries and sample some of the delicious jams and preserves made from them.

Visit the Butterfly Farm

See hundreds of different species of butterflies in their natural habitat.

Visit the Cactus Valley

See the unique cacti and succulents that grow in the valley.

Visit the Rose Garden

Enjoy the beautiful roses and other flowers in the garden.

Visit the Bee Farm

Learn about beekeeping and sample some of the delicious honey produced in Cameron Highlands.

Visit the Orang Asli Villages

Learn about the culture and traditions of the Orang Asli people.

Visit the Waterfalls

Take a dip in the cool, refreshing waters of the waterfalls.

Visit the Night Markets

Taste some of the delicious local food and shop for souvenirs.

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