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HIGHLAND RETREATS

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Bukit Tinggi / Berjaya Hills

 
 

Just an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Tinggi Resort nestles amidst 16,00 acres of rugged hills surrounded by lush tropical rainforests.  Here you will find a unique resort that captures the essence of different cultures of the world in a single destination.  In the vicinity are other resorts such as the Selesa Hillhomes & Golf Resort and Janda Baik, a resort-cum-residential development.

 

Be it the picturesque French styled Colmar Tropicale, a replica of the original 18th century Colmar Village in Alsace, France, or the Zen inspired Japanese Village, you will relish Bukit Tinggi Resort's interesting surroundings.  Standing some 800m above sea level, Colmar Tropicale has retained the feel of its European counterpart in its architecture.  Its tastefully decorated rooms are all clustered around Colmar Square, a cobblestone courtyard, where outdoor dining and street performances take place.  Nice touches like a wishing well, a cuckoo clock tower and a viewing tower add to the French flavours.  A casual stroll along the same courtyard will render more French style attractions. 

 

The La Cignone restaurant offering authentic French cuisine, the 24-hour coffee house Le Blason with its international buffet, the La Flamme Sidewalk, Deli affording pizza and pasta, and the Le Poulet Roti with its roasted chicken delights, will definitely whet your appetite in the cool highland air. On top of this, there are the La Boulengarie bakery, and cigar place, and the Haagen Dazs ice cream corner to tempt you. The Les Cadeaux French souvenir shop and La Lavande Creations craft centre complete this pretty picture.

 

The Chateau De Colmar Hotel & Spa, a French themed boutique spa hotel modelled after an 18th century medieval castle in French, will join Bukit Tinggi's charming attractions in the near future.  Some 1,000m above sea level is a painstakingly conceived, environmentally friendly Japanese Village. The village setting comprises the the Japanese Tea House, the Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant, the Botanical Gardens, Tatami Spa, Ume Tatami suites and a Japanese souvenir shop.

 
 

 

Here you can experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony, feed the 'Koi' or Japanese carp thriving in the natural freshwater streams and pools, indulge in a luxuriating hot bath at the Tatami Spa, revel in the serenity of the exclusive Tatami suites, or stroll through the peaceful Botanica Gardens. The tranquility and sheer beauty of these settings will thoroughly invigorate and inspire you.

 

The undulating terrain of the 18-hole golf course at Bukit Tinggi Golf & Country Club, offers one of the most challenging and picturesque golfing experiences in Malaysia. The golf club is equipped with luxuriously furnished suites, golfer's rooms, a full-fledge sports and recreational facility, as well as a paintball tag range. The nearby Meranti Park Suites provides additional accommodation.  At the resort's Rabbit Park, there are over 200 furry rabbits which you can cuddle and feed.  A deer sanctuary, donkey rides, and archery and painting sessions are sure to captivate the children. One of the highlights of this resort is its horse trail rides.  Be it the adventurous Creek and River Rides or romantic Picnic Rides, a team of certified instructors and professional trainers will help in choosing the right horse and guide you on your trails.  Choose from the resort's majestic Quartar horses, Australian Stock, Arab-Draft Cross, Appaloosa, tough Standard Bred or Palominos as you catch the stunning sunset amidst the serene surroundings of Bukit Tinggi.

 
 

Travelling To The Top

 

Located 10km off the East-West Karak Highway, Bukit Tinggi is a mere 60-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur.  The turn off to the Bukit Tinggi Resort is few km down the highway after the exit points to Janda Baik and the Selesa Hillhomes.  The drive up to the Bukit Tinggi Resort is a pleasant one with well-paved roads although there are some precarious bends.  Lush flora and fauna surround the route.  Bukit Tinggi Resorts operates a shuttle service to ferry passengers between KL Plaza and Berjaya Times Square in the city, right up to Colmar Tropicale and back.

 
 
 
 

Bukit Tinggi / Berjaya Hills

PAHANG

HIGHLAND RETREATS