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Cameron Bharat Tea Estate

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4 Km South of Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Malaysia
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“scones” (51 reviews)
“nice view” (45 reviews)
“masala tea” (18 reviews)
4 Km South of Tanah Rata, Tanah Rata, Malaysia
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Great views and very good tea but not much else. Although if you want to stop and have a good cup of tea with scones then it's fine!

Thank Jennifer M
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you are planning to go to Cameron Highlands you must to see this plantation and drink some tea there because weather is so nice that you can forget about all of your problems by drinking tea in tea garden

Thank Bashim K
Reviewed 6 days ago

one of the famous tea in Cameron highland. just drop by there. there are product from this farm and have café.

Thank hkp83
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice tea and indeed a place must visit!! There's 3 different shop and we went to 1st and the 2nd one both of them are great and the teas are delicious. No 1 have the better views though.

Thank Yonnie d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We ended up watching the overall view of the tea estate from the side road. The restaurant was crowded, and so were the trails leading down to the plantation. View is beautiful. But nothing new if you have been to other tea estates or rice...More

Thank huddyhudz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Enjoyable stop when we visited the Cameron Highlands. We had a devonshire tea and enjoyed the company of many of the locals as well.

Thank John G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A pleasure to stop by to and from Cameron Highlands both for refreshment and to pick up a selection of fine tea!

Thank zohr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful tea gardens reminding of darjeeling...lovely landscape! One of the two most famous tea gardens in Cameron, the other one being Boh!

1  Thank jain_deepika
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is a must go place when you're in Cameron Highlands, it's known for Tea Plantations but Bharat is known as the largest company there, we went for a walk along the plantations, took about almost 2 hours to circle around the tea plantation. Waa...More

Thank Ratsgray
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The scenery and vast tea trees are just serene! There is a stall which sells scones, tea, but careful of loads of flies. It was sunny and windy and we took lots of photos... Once would be sufficient for the experience. Buy some tea boxes...More

Thank WynTn
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Sadia A
What is the easy way to go to Cameron Highland from Langkawi? which would LESS TIME consuming but also exploring? 1) LNG ferry to PEN ferry to CH by BUS 2) LNG ferry to PEN ferry to Butterworth, ETS train to IPOH to CH 3) other suggestion?
8 May 2017|
Response from Flymebabe | Reviewed this property |
Hi ferry to Penang, then bus would be good avoid weekends the traffic gets gridlocked, arrive on a Monday and you will enjoy a glorious place with less tourists, we did this with a private tour guide & he refused to go up on... More
Hi Does anyone know the opening hours / days?! Also - is there a factory to look at here like the sungai Palas bok tea plantation? Thanks
12 February 2017|
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Response from Des C | Reviewed this property |
The Cameron Baharat tea estate is located along the main road. Best to arrive early ard 8-8:30am to beat the crowd. I do not see a factory and doubt there will be one open for visit. However there's a row of retail shops for... More
Jamal S
Hi I am planning rent a car, will there be parking available for this site?
25 January 2017|
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Response from Safiya M | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There is parking