Chapter 3: Goodbye Cameron!
11 June 2012
Its time to leave. Even with no air con and 1 small window opened, we were all cold and bundled up. Haha…I need to get use to this weather or I will not survive Korea at the end of the year.
Morning view from our window. There were so many nicer hotels around but they were much higher and not anywhere near the shops.
Finally 1 family picture for this trip!
Waiting to board the bus. The morning weather was cooling. I love the weather so much! 😀
Do we look like we are in Europe in this photo? Even though it was sunny, the temperature was about 20-25 degrees cold.
With my auntie who wanted to try a goofy pose. I think she succeeded? Lol.
We actually stopped by here for lunch and while waiting for the bus I realised that the place has quite a nice view. Can you spot the house on the hill in the background of this photo of my mum and cuzzie?
I wish I am staying there. I really could get used to staying here. Its so peaceful.
Cameron highlands may look small but in actual fact its about the size of Singapore (yeah are one tiny red dot!). The population here is about 38 000, a big difference from our 5 million residents in that tiny red dot.
To me, the only negative point about Cameron Highlands was the drive up. I don’t think I can drive up with my excellent driving skills. On the way down, we went round and round again. I was having a headache even though I was sitting still.
Stopped for a short while for toilet break. Rubber plantations such as these are a common sight in Malaysia if you drive up here.
We stopped over at Melaka for some shopping before heading back to Singapore. There were nothing much there so I did not take any pictures.
Even though this trip was a last minute decision, it was surprisingly quite enjoyable. I have always wanted to visit Cameron Highlands and now I can cross it off my list!