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A Refreshing Hill Resort
If you’re looking for a vacation to escape the hot and humid weather of Malaysia, Bukit Tinggi Berjaya Hill Resorts, located 2,700-3,500 feet above sea level has recently proven itself to be a great choice. Having rapidly gaining popularity recently since its establishment in 2000, the Bukit Tinggi Berjaya Hills Resort offers the refreshing environment of a highland area with themed attractions to provide an invigorating, fun and relaxing stay to all visitors.
With just an hour’s drive away from Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Bukit Tinggi is quite accessible to the urban crowd looking for an escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.
The resort’s biggest draw is arguably the Colmar Tropicale, a massive replica of a 16th century French village. Filled with colourful medieval architecture, exciting performances, authentic French food and themed activities, the Colmar Tropicale has a unique charm found nowhere else in Malaysia.
Visitors looking for a more peaceful stay can instead opt to visit the Japanese Village, the first of its kind outside Japan. The Japanese Village houses a beautiful garden, a koi pond and a Japanese Tea House, all planned, designed and built by a renowned architect and 22 skilled craftmen from the land of the rising sun. Guests and visitors can even participate in a fascinating hour-long Japanese tea ceremony.
Other attractions at the hill resort include the Berjaya Hills Golf and Country Club, adventurous horse trail rides as well as a beautiful botanical garden surrounded by virgin rainforests, something to do for about almost everyone!