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Kea Farm Morning Market

Kea Farm Morning Market is a bustling market in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia, known for its fresh local produce and vibrant atmosphere. Here's what you can expect:

Fresh Local Produce:

The main attraction is the wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers grown in the cool climate of Cameron Highlands.

You might find some imported produce as well.

Be sure to try unique local fruits like strawberries (a Cameron Highlands specialty!), peaches, and plums.

Local Delicacies:

Sample delicious Malaysian hawker food stalls offering breakfast fare and snacks.

From fragrant satay to flavorful curries, there's something to tempt everyone's taste buds.

Bargaining Fun:

Don't be shy to bargain a bit, especially towards closing time (around 10pm) when vendors might be more flexible with prices.

Vibrant Atmosphere:

Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere with friendly vendors and fellow shoppers.

Here are some additional details to help you plan your visit:

Location: The market's location has recently changed. It's now situated near Hotel Casa dela Rosa, which is in between Tanah Rata and Brinchang along the main road.

Opening Hours: Daily from morning hours, typically around 7am to 10:30am.

Cost: Entrance to the market is free. You'll pay for the items you purchase.

Tips for Your Visit:

Cash is Preferred: Most vendors primarily deal in cash. While some might accept digital payments, it's recommended to come prepared with cash as a backup.

Weather: The weather in Cameron Highlands can be unpredictable. Bring an umbrella or raincoat in case of rain.

Parking: Parking can be limited, especially on weekends. Be prepared to walk a short distance if necessary.

Overall, the Pasar Pagi Kea Farm Market is a great place to experience the local culture, stock up on fresh produce, and enjoy a taste of Malaysian cuisine at affordable prices.

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  • Cameron Highlands is the largest tea producing region in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. The BOH Tea Plantation, established in 1929, is the first highland tea plantation in Malaysia. Visitors can tour the factory and even enjoy a cup of freshly brewed tea!

  • The Cameron Highlands boast a unique cloud forest called the Mossy Forest. This 200,000-year-old forest is covered in thick layers of moss, lichen, and ferns, creating an otherworldly atmosphere.

  • The world's largest single bloom flower, the Rafflesia Arnoldi, can be found in the Cameron Highlands. This incredible flower can grow up to 1 meter in diameter and weigh up to 10 kilograms! However, it only blooms for 3 to 5 days, making it a rare sight.

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