The Fraser’s Hill is a hill resort located on the Titiwangsa Ridge in Pahang, Malaysia. We went there straight after checking out of Genting Highlands. It’s more than an hour drive but I don’t remember how long exactly was the drive. After a long winding drive, going up, up, up, we finally reached the place.
Was expecting a lot of human activities there since it’s one of Malaysia’s most popular nature and highland resort destinations. Yet, it’s deserted. You see more monkeys, birds, bees, ants, and etc. than human *LOL*
Temperature was quite nice. Very quiet place. We thought we could have our lunch here but couldn’t find a proper place for it. The only nearest choice is at Puncak Inn but we decided to just went down the hill to find food instead.
Almost all the attractions were closed. I guess it’s not holiday season, that’s why they don’t bother to open it.
Nevertheless, I did enjoy the nature photography here. Took these with my almost 8 years old Canon IXUS 80 IS.
Left: Monkeys everywhere! More monkeys than human hahaha… They seemed to be moving from one location to another. I’ve not seen so many of them before. It’s amusing to see them moving around via the cables rather than on the ground.
Right: One of the attractions, Allan’s Water. It was closed that time.
We just drove around and went down as there’s not much things there to see and do. However, if you would like to enjoy the nature and peace and quiet, this is a place to go especially during normal days. There’s many resorts for you to stay. Don’t expect anything else. I’m not sure about the holiday season but I think it should be rather happening.
At least, I’ve been here after learning about it back then in primary school. Another destination in Malaysia visited.