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One of the most popular hill stations in Malaysia, Cameron Highlands occupies an area of 712 square kilometers. Mapped by Sir William Cameron in 1885, the three districts comprising this area sit at elevations ranging from 1,100 meters to 1,600 meters above sea level. The resultant cool weather and high moisture levels give rise to some of the most beautiful tropical forests in the region, as well as fertile farmland, yielding fresh produce. Established in the 1930s as a tourist destination, the tableland has beautiful tea estates, orchards, nurseries, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, wildlife, mossy forest, a golf course, places of worship, bungalows and a museum. To make the absolute best of your time in the Cameron Highlands, why not visit some of these terrific locations.