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Japanese Village at Colmar Tropicale

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Japanese Village at Colmar Tropicale

246 Reviews
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For many first-time visitors to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia seems to stop at the edge of the federal capital. Departing from Kuala Lumpur, this private day tour offers an opportunity to see a rapidly developing part of Malaysia that few international tourists think about visiting. For locals and expats, Selangor's Genting Highlands offer a unique getaway. The Highlands' crisp mountain air offers visitors a refreshing break from Kuala Lumpur's sticky heat, and the perfect way to relax before continuing on with your travel plans.<br><br>- Get to know Selangor without the hassle of hiring a car or sitting in the stifling heat on a public bus <br>- Stop off at the Batu Caves, a major religious site for Hindus throughout Malaysia <br>- Ride the longest (and fastest) cable car in South-East Asia <br>- Pick your own strawberries: you won't get fresher!
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Jacki S wrote a review Dec 2020
Penang Island, Malaysia45 contributions19 helpful votes
It's about a 3 km hike uphill from Colmar Tropicale and is driveable by car. There's a steep walk to the entrance. The gardens are beautiful. Many of the structures are dated and well-worn. You can rent a kimono for taking photos but would caution with the cleanliness in light of Covid-19.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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sy3717 wrote a review Apr 2020
Subang Jaya, Malaysia1,010 contributions184 helpful votes
Be happy to be there and don't expect too much, you will enjoy your visit. Japanese Village just only rocks to climb up and down, few ponds of fish, not much to see. Anyway, we enjoyed our time taking photos.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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helen_ngau wrote a review Mar 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia144 contributions11 helpful votes
The bus shuttle from Colmar Tropicale was at every 1/2 hour and you can get there at any time of the day. The shuttle bus will stop at a designated parking area and one has to climb up the steps to reach the landing point of the Japanese village. For an elderly person who cannot walk is not advisable to go. Last 20 years ago, we can easily drive all the way up to the landing station. It was prohibited to drive up now due to landslides near the place. I just wish the management do something to slippery steps that lead to the Japanese Tea House. It was narrow, steep and slippery during wet weather . The management should expand the steps, better railing along the way.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mankin wrote a review Feb 2020
519 contributions57 helpful votes
The Japanese Garden is part of the Colmar Tropical retreat;it is a small but very nice place to spend some time. You can rent the kimono for rm20 and take some nice pictures around here. It is peaceful and the perfect getaway from the city.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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paulynyyy wrote a review Nov 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,780 contributions403 helpful votes
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I was staying in the Chateau Resort and had a complimentary entry to Japanese Village. Climbed uphill and did mandatory photo op for optional photos. The village is much like a small garden with little koi fishes and japanese inspired rock formation and greenery. In my humble opinion, not very zen-like with alot of people in the small garden. There is also photostop for kimono wearers for a fee of RM 20 (optional).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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