Bukit Tinggi is a small town found in Pahang state, also known to locals as the mini France of Malaysia because of the French-styled architechture.
WHERE is Bukit Tinggi?
Situated at approximately 45 minutes away from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, just after Genting Highlands
WHO goes to Bukit Tinggi?
The place is highly visited by locals especially families and sometimes solo travelers during the weekends or school holiday.
WHAT to do in Bukit Tinggi?
There are a great number of restaurants serving Malaysian and Western cuisine to choose from. A couple of souvenir shops as well as arcade centers that caters to children. You have a choice to stay at a high end spa and organic resort or individual villas both equally peaceful and quiet. Nature lover would love it here as you will be able to walk in the botanical garden which is sited on 4 acres of natural tropical rain forest.
WHY go to Bukit Tinggi?
The weather has to be one good reason for visiting since Malaysia is a country with hot weather all year long. It is not particularly very cold, but it gets cold after sunset plus Bukit Tinggi is nothing compared to the hustle and bustle of the city, its peaceful here.
WHEN is the best time to go Bukit Tinggi?
There is no specific time to visit as one can travel to Bukit Tinggi anytime, however it is suggested to travel after or before the monsoon season which is from November till March. All in all, Bukit Tinggi is a nice place to visit anytime of the year and whenever you visit, bring along a sweater/jacket just in case it gets too cold.
HOW to go to Bukit Tinggi?
For LOCALS : Bukit Tinggi is just 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur city by CAR and you could always turn to waze for direction but bare in mind, they have an entrance fee charge of RM15.00
For INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS : there is a daily SHUTTLE BUS that travels from BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE, KL to Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi three times a day (10.00am / 1.00pm / 5.00pm)
- CHARGES for a One Way transfer : RM35.00/adult and RM30.00/child.
- CHARGES for Return transfer : RM55.00/adult and RM50.00/child.
IN Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi, there are shuttle bus services that usher you to the surrounding main attraction area.