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Things to do in Fraser's Hill

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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
General Travel
““Getting to Bukit Fraser” Unfortunately, the lovely hill resort of Bukit Fraser has no direct link to the capital, so it isn’t possible to visit by public transport. The nearest you can get is to take an hour and fifteen-minute train from KL Sentral to the town of Kuala Kubu Bahru, where you can then take a 45-minute taxi ride to the resort. This should cost around 80 MYR. By car is much simpler, although it again takes around two hours. On road 1, head directly north past Batu Caves (or stop off and visit them if you have time), and simply follow it all the way to Kuala Kubu Bahru. From there, it is a delightful drive through some wonderful scenery on the 55, which will take you directly to Bukit Fraser.”
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Point of Interest
“The entrance of Pine Tree Trail is 900 meters away from Rompin House and it is a beginner to moderate hiking trail. you can enjoy the highland forest and its wildlife while you hike up and down this trail and make some good memories along the way.”
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Point of Interest
“This trail is 3.5km long round trip to the entrance. The entrance is 650 meters away from Rompin House so guests can start the hike right from the doorstep!”
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Point of Interest
“Allan's Water is a place where you can enjoy lakeside activities such as fishing, boat rides, topwater Zorb, fish feeding and picnic. It is located 500 meters away from Rompin House and would take around 10 minutes of leisurely walk or 3 minutes by car.”
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Park
“If you fancy a hike beside a river and see a waterfall at the end then this is the place for you. Have a dip in the cool mountain river when you finish your hike but please take care not to throw trash everywhere. Jeriau waterfall is located 11 minutes drive away from Rompin House.”
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Point of Interest
“If you enjoy bird watching, this center can provide you with the records of the local and migratory birds that pass through or make Fraser's hill its home. The center is located 900 meters away from Rompin House.”
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Point of Interest
“Fancy a horse ride and shooting some arrows?, The Paddock is the place where you can do these activities and lots of photography opportunities due to the highlands backdrop. It is located 7 minutes away by car from Rompin House.”
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Lodging
“ Gap Rest House is a colonial mansion that overlooks the trunk road from Kuala Kubu Bharu, perched on a slope just before the Gap. A popular budget hotel run by the government in the eighties and nineties, it was closed momentarily for a refurbishment exercise in the twenties, but work mysteriously stopped as it neared completion. Today, it remains unfinished - the walls and rooftops are structurally intact, but the halls and rooms inside lie in disarray, strewn with broken glass windows and scattered tiles. Fenced away today from prying hands, it's a curious attraction for visitors to view while at the Gap, perhaps to reopen one fine day. ”
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Lodging
“Some of ppl don't know this place and I'm sure u love it cost staying here 3D2N will good if u have many travel place to place I can show u u loving it ”
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Food
“A good place to find local delights and located next to a mini golf park and a public park where you can let the children play at the playground or rent bicycles or roller blades to move around the park while enjoying the view. The food Garden is about 280 meters away from Rompin House.”
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Restaurant
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Locality
“ Fraser’s Hill is a highland resort destination nestled among the mountains of Pahang, located about 40 minutes away from Kuala Kubu Baru. This cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, attracting not just locals escaping the city heat, but visitors from Singapore and other international locations. It is also one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint left behind by former British colonial masters. Fraser’s Hill has its roots in the 1890s, when the tin ore trade was bustling. After a failed gold mining venture in Australia, Scottish prospector Louis James Fraser arrived to explore the remote Titiwangsa mountains of Pahang. ”
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