A Walk Through Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

The 3 days 2 nights stay in Cameron Highlands is too short for us to explore all attractions there. Personally, I think one should not miss the Kea Farm market, a day market that opens approximately until 4pm daily. Walking through the market, we saw Kea Farm Garden Hotel which is beautifully decorated with varieties of flowers. At one side, is a cafe which facing the Copthorne Hotel located at the hilltop. 

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

At the centre of the photo was showing the Kea Farm Garden chalet (besides red lantern) which I mentioned here before. Below the chalet is the parking slots. I was wondering if the car smoke will be able to smell from the upper level (Kea Farm Garden chalet) since it is open air. That's also the reason why I don't recommend this place to stay.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

The small farm of Kea Farm Garden Hotel.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

The cafe is simple yet looks nice. 


 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

That's the Kea Farm Garden Hotel behind the Kea Farm Garden chalet. This one looks better than the Kea Farm Garden chalet.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

The picturesque view of the hotel exterior. I really like how's the owner turns it into a small garden in front of the hotel.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

A little swing for the hotel guests.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

Hibiscus in rare colours in the garden. They look so big compared to what we have seen at KL roadside. Nevertheless, visitors are not allowed to pluck the flowers here as you will be fined for RM50.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

We also bought our strawberries here at this stall. It's so confusing as most of the local also selling strawberries. We just randomly chose one as they look the same.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

As promised, here the uncle photo who selling the local corn. He is the one who recommended by our tourist guide to Mossy Forest. The guide also a local here. So we just follow a local's guide. LOL

We bought 20 corns that day :) All were sweet to our tastebud and the price was reasonable.

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

The flowers sold at the market was very nice. But we did not buy any as we know they could not survive the climate in KL. LOL

 Kea Farm Market @ Cameron Highlands

Here is the Kea Farm market road entrance. One could easily spot from the roadside. That's the end of my Cameron Highlands sharing. Stay tuned for more travel writes up!





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  1. Wow, Kea Farm Garden Hotel looks very nice...

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  2. Looks like a fun place to visit.

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  3. This hotel looks beautiful from the outside.

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  4. Kea Farm Garden hotel is so pretty and picturesque.

    3 days 2 nights definitely was not enough.

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