Things You Can Do Here
- See a different side of Cameron at the top of Mount Brinchang – the eerie, mystical and mesmerizing mossy filled area from the wooden boardwalk.
- Witness the stunning morning scenery of the BOH tea plantation as you ride through it on your way to the forest.
- Relax and enjoy your freshest cup of tea while you admire the scenery around the BOH tea plantation area.
- See for yourself the Rajah Brooke butterfly, endemic only to the South East Asian region.
- Want to explore more of Cameron Highland’s forest area? Why not join the Mossy Forest, Rafflesia and Aborigine Village tour instead?
- Want to know more about the Mossy Forest Cameron Highlands morning tour? Check the tour info below.
Boh Tea Plantation
Your Cameron Highland Mossy Forest Half-Day Morning Tour starts with a winding journey towards the BOH Tea Plantation in Sungei Palas. If you’ve never seen a tea plantation, this is your best chance as this BOH plantation is the biggest in the South East Asia.
Enjoy the green mountain view and learn more about tea as you follow the worker’s trail around the plant and snap some selfies around the plantation area.
Mossy Forest Cameron Highlands
Your winding 4WD jeep trip will then take you to Mount Brinchang, Cameron — offering you the unrivalled view of the surrounding states from its viewing deck.
Here, you’ll also trek with your jungle guide into the Mossy Forest — a dewy tropical rainforest famous for its ancient trees wrapped by spongy water filled moss.
Magical, mythical or simply surreal, this Mossy Forest (or Gunung Berlumut in local language) is home to wild orchids, ferns, spices, medicinal plants as well as insects, frogs and birds.
BOH Tea Factory
After the Mossy Forest Tour, you’ll be driven back to the BOH plantation, but now you are heading to the factory and visitor’s area.
Learn how teas are made, buy some fresh teas to bring home and enjoy a hot cup at the viewing deck.
Your 4 hour Mossy Forest trip ends with a visit to the butterfly farm. While there don’t forget to look for the Rajah Brookes butterfly.
Named after the Rajah of Sarawak, the butterfly is unique as it has birdlike wings and is mostly native to Southeast Asia.