Cameron Highland - Tea plantation and factory - Stock image

Malaysia, Pahang State, Tea - Hot Drink, Cameron Highlands, Corner

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Stock photo ID:139700150
Upload date:February 23, 2012

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The Cameron Highlands are the largest and most genteel of the hill resorts in Malaysia. It's located in Pahang's north-western corner, at an altitude of 1,829 meters. The Cameron Highlands were discovered by William Cameron in 1885. In these days the British planters realized that those mountains were very fertile. Because tea was prized commodity among the colonies, they decided to grow tea on the slopes of the Cameron Highlands.
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