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Berjaya Hills Resort, Bukit Tinggi

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Ber­jaya Hills Resort, Bukit Tinggi is a hill resort near Genting Highlands.

Though noth­ing much to do up there but it’s a nice place for sight-seeing and photography.

There are 4 places to visit at Ber­jaya Hills Resort — Col­mar Trop­i­cale, Japan­ese Vil­lage, Rab­bit Park and Sports Complex.

Japan­ese Village

We departed from KL after break­fast around 8:30 AM and arrived at the Japan­ese Vil­lage an hour later.

Japanese Village souvenir shop.

Japan­ese Vil­lage sou­venir shop.

Botanical Garden at Japanese Village.

Botan­i­cal Gar­den at Japan­ese Village.

A small water­fall near the Japan­ese Tea House.

Waiting house opposite the Japanese Tea House.

Wait­ing house oppo­site the Japan­ese Tea House.

Col­mar Tropicale

We arrived at the Col­mar Trop­i­cale — a french-themed resort at noon.

Entrance of Colmar Tropicale.

Entrance of Col­mar Tropicale.

Colmar Tropicale -- a Franch-themed resort.

Col­mar Trop­i­cale main street seen from the watch tower.

There was really noth­ing much we could do except walk­ing around, tak­ing pic­tures and what else, eat!

We walked around and sur­veyed on all the restau­rants avail­able and finally decided to go for Ital­ian food at a restau­rant called La Flamme.

Salad, pizza, fried chicken wings and beef carbonara.

Rabit Farm

After lunch, we hopped onto the free shut­tle bus to go to the Rab­bit Park.

Rabbit Park.

Rab­bit Park with lots of rabbits.

As you can see, Rab­bit Park has noth­ing much to see except rab­bits, all kinds and colours of rabbits.

We went back to the French Vil­lage and took some por­trait shots.

Clock­wise from top left: Me, Sophea, Joanne and Ted.

Had our after­noon tea at a French Bak­ery and that marks the end of the trip.

Cake and coffee.

More pic­tures on my Face­book album.

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CommentNo. 1

Sean Kung11 January 201011:00 PM

Damn Nice!

CommentNo. 2

smashpOp12 January 201011:46 AM

i like the 2nd foto 😀

Author’s CommentNo. 3

Den­nis12 January 201011:56 AM

@Sean
Thanks…

@smashpOp
Yeah 2nd pic­ture is one of my favourites too…

CommentNo. 4

Ted13 January 201011:19 PM

i like all, but favorite shot for me would be 3rd photo for me. :)

CommentNo. 5

Joshua21 January 201010:43 AM

hey hey… 😀
nice shots taken…

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