Bukit Tinggi

Berjaya Hills Resort

Berjaya Hills Bukit Tinggi Resort
Bukit Tinggi is a highland township in Pahang, located 30km north of Kuala Lumpur from the Karak Highway. Its most popular attraction is Berjaya Hills, a resort development perched 820 meters high on a mountain ridge that features Colmar Tropicale - a French themed hotel and cultural village inspired by the traditional architecture of Alsace region in France. The Japanese Village is also a popular tourist attraction within the vicinity, along with a spa resort (Chateau) and championship golf course. Perched high up among the highlands, the weather is a cooling climate of mist and sunshine, with lush, natural surroundings composed of rainforests and meandering valleys.
Travel Information
Established since 2000, Berjaya Hills is one of Malaysia's more recent hill resorts, but remains a major tourist destination for local and international visitors. Only an hour away from Kuala Lumpur by car, it shares its geographical boundaries with Genting Highlands across the Titiwangsa mountain range, presenting a convenient family retreat for the weekend in cooling weather. The town of Bentong, a gateway to Fraser's Hill, is located 20km north of Bukit Tinggi Resort, while Janda Baik is a next door neighbour of Bukit Tinggi, specifically at the old town portion. Best visited throughout the year, average temperatures range from 25-30°C at day and 18-22°C at night.

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