The Lord's Cafe
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It is located on the first floor of a corner shop lot. Has to climb a flight of steps. Good for tea and scones.
The most authentic cafe in Tanah Rata, Cameron Highland. It is not one of the stylish hipster spots but rather pragmatic in order to fulfil the purpose. The selection on offer are modestly and reasonably priced, not to mention how delicious they are.
Delicious Scones & Chicken Pies. Cozy & Friendly atmosphere. Opens at 10am & closed on Sundays.
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“Because i am one of the owners of this place :) . The other reason is that you get to sit and have a meal or drink in a real garden setting. ”
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“Boh Tea Estate at Habu has kept most of its old buildings and retained its authenticity and charm. In contrast, the one in Sungai Palas exudes a modern feel with its focal point being the café housed in a contemporary structure overhanging a hill top. The one in Habu is less frequented by tourists and is hence more quiet and peaceful. The drive to the Habu centre is actually pleasant and enjoyable – just before arriving at the tea estate, the drive along a country road takes you through picturesque vegetable farms. The tea centre opens at 9am, they would let you in to the plantation past the guardhouse at 8.30am. You can find cold crisp mountain air and took in the beautiful views of the green rolling hills of neatly trimmed tea bushes during the morning. Some suggestions on how you could spend a relaxing morning there: Firstly, enjoy a leisurely morning walk. One option is to head down the path that leads to the workers’ village and an Indian school. A more popular option is to do an easy ~5-10 minutes climb (if you’re reasonably fit) up to the “View Point” at the back of the café, to enjoy the spectacular picture-postcard aerial view of the BOH tea factory surrounded by the green hills. Secondly, learn about tea processing by joining a ~10 minutes tour at the old factory. Thirdly, savour a cup of tea together with scones and sandwiches in the café with a view.”
- Recomendado por 8 personas locales
“Nestled amidst rolling hilltop landscapes and a golf course is the Jim Thompson Tea Room. Their afternoon tea set is popular among guests, and comes with a three-tier selection of mini pastries, sandwiches and fresh strawberries. Their scones are served fresh from the oven, with clotted cream and delicious homemade strawberry jam – a must try to experience that English colonial charm. A good place to relax and enjoy the peace and good food.”
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“Raaju’s Hill Strawberry Farm is known for having some of the juiciest strawberries in the Cameron Highlands. One of the reasons for this is that the farm is strategically located in a misty valley, but whatever the reason, this is one of the best places to pick strawberries in town. This is a great activity, especially for anyone who is travelling with children and you can pick half a kilo of strawberries that you can then take home and savor. If you prefer to just admire the strawberry fields but still want to sample some of the delicious fruit, then you can visit the onsite cafe where you can enjoy a full English cream tea with strawberry jam as well as their signature strawberry juice.”
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Point of Interest
“The agrotechnology park is divided into six main areas: the English Garden, Herb Garden, Orchid Garden, Rose Garden, research centre and an information centre, where tourists can also buy souvenirs. Mardi's Agrotechnology Park is home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples, and pears and persimmons. The Park is home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples and pears as well as persimmons. The RM8 million 42-hectare park has six areas C Rose, orchid, English, Herb and Orchid Gardens and a research and information centre where tourists can also buy souvenirs. The Park was launched on June 14. The brainchild of Malaysian Research and Development Institute (MARDI), the Park received 100,000 visitors annually. The idea to turn the former research station opened in 1926 by the British to an agrotechnology park came from the Agriculture Minister Datuk Dr Effendi Norwawi three years ago. The British handed over the park to MARDI some 22 years ago. The Park is actually MARDI's oldest research station in the country and since Cameron Highland is a popular tourist destination, MARDI has followed through on the idea to turn it into an Agrotechnology Park. ”
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