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Taman Sedia Village

Kampung Taman Sedia is a charming Malay village nestled amidst the Cameron Highlands in Pahang, Malaysia. It's known for its fresh produce, strawberry farms, and laid-back atmosphere.

Here's what you can experience at Kampung Taman Sedia:

Strawberry paradise: The village is surrounded by numerous strawberry farms, allowing visitors to enjoy the fun of picking their own ripe strawberries or indulging in delicious strawberry-themed treats at local cafes.

Local Delicacies: Kampung Taman Sedia boasts a variety of eateries serving up authentic Malay cuisine. From the popular "nasi lemak strawberry" (strawberry coconut rice) to fresh local vegetables, there's something for every palate.

Cultural Experience: Immerse yourself in the local way of life.  The village offers a glimpse into Malay culture and traditions.

Peace and Tranquility: Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embrace the serenity of Kampung Taman Sedia.

Here's a summary for planning your visit to Kampung Taman Sedia:

  • Location:  Kampung Taman Sedia is located between Tanah Rata and Brinchang in Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.

  • Accessibility: The village is easily accessible by car or taxi.

While there's no entrance fee to access the village itself, some activities like strawberry picking might incur a cost depending on the weight you harvest.

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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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