Lavender Garden – one of the most talked about tourist attractions in Cameron Highlands. Pay for entrance ticket RM8 (price as per Feb 2017) and you get to enjoy the scene of beautiful Hokkaido lavender and Mona Lavender farm in super small scale. A little similar to Lavender Cottage in Xinshe, Taiwan too, with plenty of room of improvement if we were to compare.
How to go Cameron Lavender: It is along the main road from when you coming up from Tanah Rata > Brinchang >Keafarm> Tringkap. When you see Butterfly Farm > Cameron Square Mall > Ee Fung Gu Bee Farm on your right, then Cress Water Farm, continue to drive for like 10 minutes. The big signage of Lavender Garden will be on your left. Hardly miss.
The garden started with lavender from Hokkaido Japan and then Mona Lavender. There’s some Taiwan lavender near to the slope path, but not blooming nicely, probably due to the season.
Purple, red and yellow plants along the way can frame up to really beautiful pictures but sadly, they block the best photo spot with a “pay money we take photo for you” booth. Typical tourist place.
There is a small path visitors can to walk into. Just, we felt the corner is rather difficult to get desired angle.
Must do when in Lavender Garden Cameron Highlands – buy lavender ice cream and take photo with lavender flowers as background. RM6 for a cone. Strawberry flavour is available too.
Post boxes in the shape of wooden house, each signifying love, wealth and health.
Walking up the slope, we were welcomed by a larger space with countless sunflowers…
..and these adorable purple pinkish plants.
You can pluck your own sunflower if you like them, RM2 per stalk. Quite cheap though. Haha.
..and you can also self pluck the strawberry!
3D mural art that adds fun to your Cameron Lavender Garden trip. There’s strawberry and vegetable farm further down but we didn’t pay a visit as it was raining heavily. There’s also a small cafe for drink and cakes, not impressive though.
You can buy home souvenirs at the shop before exit – fridge magnet, plush dolls, strawberry jam, berry jam, juices and so forth.
Worth a visit? OK la. Afterall the entrance fee isn’t that expensive, can go in once but will not return. Pretty good for family activities when in Cameron Highlands.
Lavender Garden Cameron Highlands
Taman Tringkap, 39100 Brinchang, Pahang, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Mon – Thur (9AM-6PM); Fri – Sun (9AM-7PM)
Email: mail @cameronlavender.com
Contact: +605 – 4961 208
How to go Cameron Lavender:
It is along the main road from when you coming up from Tanah Rata – Brinchang – Kea Farm- Tringkap. When you see Butterfly Farm > Cameron Square Mall > Ee Fung Gu Bee Farm on your right, then Cress Water Farm, continue to drive for like 10 minutes. The big signage of Lavender Garden will be on your left. Hardly miss.