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fraser's hills

2D / 1N

Day 01 Kuala Lumpur/Frasers Hill (-)

Our representative will pick up from your pick up point or airport, drive you to Fraser’s Hill, approximately 2 hours journey from Kuala Lumpur. Upon arriving, check in (early check in subject to availability). Put your luggage at the hotel storage. Drive around to admire the colonial buildings, see the mock Tudor Colonial Buildings and Homes

Fasers Hill Resort is a hill resort located on the Titiwangsa Ridge in Raub District, Pahang, named after Louis James Fraser. 

The history behind Frasers Hill has its roots since 1890s, a solitary Scottish pioneer, who discovered rich tin deposits on top of the hill and set up a trading post there in the 1890s but Mr Fraser mysteriously vanished in 1915 without a trace 25 years later while out for a walk in Fraser's Hill. The bishop of Singapore rediscovered Fraser's Hill while on a hunt for the man, providing suggestions for the area to be developed into a hill station which was brought to fruition by authorities. Today this cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, being one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint by former British colonial masters. It is also said to be the 'Little England of Malaysia as the temperatures usually range between 22 - 28°C during the day and 16°C to 20°C at night.

After the Colonial building adventure, have lunch at the Fraser's Hill Smokehouse Restaurant  and return to the hotel for check in. After check in, go for a free and easy tour at own leisure.

First, admire the Nostalgic Fraser's Hill Clock Tower, one of the trademarks in Fraser’s Hill, located in the middle of the town. It is a great place for you to take photos with your friends and families at the clock tower, which will give your picture a fresh atmosphere of the oldies era 20 to 30 years back. Besides, you can also explore the town of Fraser’s Hill while taking picture of the nostalgic buildings surrounding the town. Don’t forget to try out the local food and drinks to taste the local people’s effort in preserving the traditions and cultures up till today. 

Allan's Water is a small lake that sits in a little nook next to Edible Garden. It was turned into a park for recreational activities and paddle boating from a reservoir that fell into disuse over the years. Originally a water collection and supply during the colonial hill station era, FH Allan, assistant to chief infrastructure engineer FW Mager, was the architect of this project. The park is a popular tourist attraction that gets crowded during public holidays. Surrounding the lake are thick droves of trees and shrubs that emit a natural calm over the environment. 

Birds fluttering among the tree tops are common sights, along with the occasional squirrels and monkeys. Near the entrance, a pier occupies the immediate water's edge, with a large gazebo for visitors to relax under its shade and feed the colourful fishes which congregate below. Another gazebo can be found after the pier, with a small square with concrete benches. Following the footpath along the ticket counter leads to a small bridge that crosses over to a small garden area overlooking the lake. From here, a jungle trail winds along much of the entire lake, reaching deep to the inner pools hidden behind the dense rainforest. For the main activity, paddle boats can be rented from the ticket counter. Each boat fits two occupants - the waters of the lake are still and safe, allowing visitors to enjoy the calm and serenity of the lush greenery. Open daily from 9am till 4.30pm (with a lunch break for staff, closes at 7pm on weekends).

Try Horse Riding and Archery at The Paddock, a nice activity for you to spend your time training your accuracy and hands muscles. You can also go for the horseback riding, which allows you to ride a horse for a very affordable rate. Do not need to worry that you are unable to handle the horse because there will be professional horse trainers in the horse farm who will help you to handle your horse. Have dinner, and return to hotel. Overnight in Frasers Hill.

Day 02 Kuala Lumpur/Frasers Hill (-)

After an early breakfast, check out and proceed for Bird watching. Fraser`s Hill is another legendary birding locations in Southeast Asia. 

Sometimes, you will not be disappointed sighting birds on the roadsides, and open areas fairly cool, great birds can be spotted depending on the weather and season. There are two bird sightings, one is along the Kingswood and Richmond hotels.

If you intend to see the Jeriau Waterfalls, there is another bird sighting closeby the Pine tree hills, about 4km away from Bukit Fraser's town center. Mostly, the safe trails and the Jelai Resort was one of the best birding spots in Fraser's Hill. Fraser's Hill is the most famous birdwatching and photography site in the whole of Peninsular Malays. Lots of birds to be discovered here including Chestnut-capped Laughingthrush, Malayan Laughingthrush, Black Laughingthrush, Silver-eared Mesia, Long-tailed Sibia, Black-throated Sunbird, Streaked Spiderhunter, Large Niltava, Rufous-browed Flycatcher, Little Pied Flycatcher, Red-headed Trogon, Collared Owlet, Orange-bellied Leafbird, Large Cuckooshrike, Black-and-Crimson Oriole, Long-tailed Broadbill, Silver-breasted Broadbill, White-tailed Robin, Streaked Wren-babbler, Pygmy Cupwing (previously known as Pygmy Wren-babbler), Black-browed Barbet, Fire-tufted Barbet, Golden Babbler, Grey-throated Babbler, Buff-breasted Babbler, Malaysiam Partridge, and many more in this region. However, not all appears in your a day or two days trip.

Visit the Jeriau Waterfalls, after the bird sighting, a popular nature attraction accessed through a steep and narrow road that descends sharply after Smokehouse Hotel. As traffic is two-way but the road really fits a single lane for most part, visitors need to keep a close watch as they traverse down the slopes. Originally a small river with rocky cascades, years of soil erosion and development have changed the natural landscape somewhat, with drains, structures and walls occupying parts of the stream.

From the entrance, the trail to Jeriau Waterfall is spacious and well paved, following the river's edge past gazebos, benches, camp sites and small playgrounds for children. After a five to eight minute walk, the path breaks to a steep descent by steps to the main falls. Here, the waterfall drops over several tiers of boulder outcrops, but only the last fall is visible from the thick greenery.

This cascade feeds into a large but shallow pool dammed by concrete to hold the receding banks, but the waters can become very muddy after heavy rainfall. Several gazebos provide picnic spots around the waterfall, while restrooms can be found at the distant corner next to the steps. Another 'attraction' within the area is the abandoned golf course, accessible by following the road across the rickety bridge from Jeriau Waterfall's entrance.

Visit the Strawberry Farm and Cafe if time favours. Have lunch at the nearby vicinity, and depart from Fraser's Hill to the pick up point or the airport for your onward destination.

Trekking and Hiking needs an extra day if you are still yearning for some adventure in Fraser’s Hill, you can challenge yourself with the jungle trekking. There are different trails provided for you to try on in Fraser’s Hill. You would not need to worry that you might not be able to stand the tiredness halfway through the activity because there will be multiple rest stops provided for you in between the trails, which allows you to catch your breath before continuing the journey to the end point. 

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