Cameron Highlands Forum
Comments collection 2007
General topics

Many thanks for all your submission of comments and replies. I've compiled some of the comments here to share with visitors to this website. Perhaps you might want to share some of your thoughts too and if lucky, will get published here. Of course if you prefer to remain anonymous, do let me know!

Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:19 pm
Post subject: Greetings from Singapore

Hi there,

This is Roger Loh from sunny Singapore!

I truly enjoy the highlands in Malaysia, having been to all BIG 3: Cameron, Genting and Fraser... it's really COOL (no pun intended).

Can't wait to drive up there to savor the scenery once again.

Roger Loh

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 3:58 pm
Post subject: Well Done!

Big 3? What about Bukit Tinggi? I've not been to Bukit Larut (Frazer hill) but been to Cameron Highlands (CH) , Genting and Bukit Tinggi... I still prefer CH, second is Bukit Tinggi (especially the Japanese Garden) and Genting is third on my list.


Posted: Wed Sep 26, 2007 8:32 am
Post subject: Well Done!

Bukit Larut is Maxwell Hill not Fraser's..My apologies

Roger Loh

Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:09 pm
Post subject: Pahang tourism ranking

Pretty much correct about the big 3 highlands. The ranking of tourist destination to Pahang in 2005 were listed as:

1) Genting Highlands
2) Kuantan
3) Cameron Highlands
4) Tioman Island
5) Fraser's Hill
6) Termerloh
7) Taman Negara

Of course I still like CH best even though it was ranked #3.


Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:17 pm
Post subject: Cherating beach

2005 Ranking didn't include Cherating beach at all?


Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 12:27 am
Post subject: just want to say hi & help

hi, Jan

conglatulation on your new forum, need your help, will you plan to visit cameron any time in coming month, my wife been bagging me to bring to cameron, may be can get you as our tour guide ; P


Kian Leong

Posted: Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:50 am
Post subject: tour guide

Whoa! I'm just an office worker punching in from 9-6 five days a week. Trying to fancy myself as a travel writer. Maybe still got some ways to go before achieving something of an author. But working as a tour guide? No thanks. Not sure I can pull that off.

However there are many tour guides around Cameron Highlands. They have fixed itinerary which you could choose for your day trip. You can see many of them in Tanah Rata. Their sales booth are rather small, just a kiosk here and there. I have not tried any of them, but I'm sure you could check them out easily and pick one.


Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 8:29 am
Post subject: Well Done!

Congratulations Jan ...Finally a proper communication channel for those who may seek info for their Cameron Highlands trips...or even share information.


Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 10:20 am
Post subject: Thank you!

Thanks for the encouragement!

Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:17 pm
Post subject: Congratulations

Yes... GREAT Job, Jan!!

I know that this is the place to look whenever I'm traveling up the highlands.

Keep it up

Roger Loh

Posted on 12-Nov-2008

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