For Singaporeans, Cameron Highlands continue to remain one of Malaysia’s most popular destinations. This charming hill resort in the north-western corner of Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, is famous for its tea plantations and vegetable and fruit farms. Serving as a hillside retreat for the British during the first half of the 20th century, it has managed to preserve the essence of an English village. Buses from Singapore depart nightly at 22:30. With a journey time of 9 hours with travel to Cameron Highlands from Singapore by bus, you arrive the following morning, after a good night’s sleep, feeling invigorated and refreshed and ready to see the sights!
Ticket prices start from as low as SGD$46 one-way. The online purchase of tickets could not be simpler. Go to www.easybook.com and you may find as much as an 80% discount at this one-stop booking portal. Alternatively, why not make life really simple for yourself by choosing to book tickets by downloading the Easybook app on your iPhone or on your Android or Windows 8 mobile device.
The route is served by 2 coach companies, The One Travel & Tours, and Konsortium. The pickup point in Singapore for the former is at Golden Mile Complex and at Golden Mile Tower in the case of the latter. These points are easily accessible by public transport including taxis and the MRT service. These companies also offer a variety of drop off points once you reach your destination including Copthorne Hotel, Brinchang Hotel, De La Ferns Cameron Highlands, Heritage Hotel Cameron Highlands, Strawberry Park Resort, and Tanah Rata. Buses stop en-route, including in Kuala Lumpur if travelling with The One Travel & Tours, for toilet breaks, refreshments and a chance to stretch your legs.
The SVIP coaches offer televisions and air-conditioned comfort as they whisk you away for an overnight journey to this hillside paradise. You’ll be amazed at how straightforward, secure, quick and convenient it is to book online. To confirm this for yourself, go to www.easybook.com