Last year, before the fasting month began and while Singapore and Malaysia are still on school holidays, we had a family trip to Cameron Highlands for a 3d2n stay. On the 2nd day, we went to Cameron Highlands Butterfly Farm at 43rd Miles, Kea Farm, 39100, Pahang, Malaysia which is open from 9am-6pm.
Ticket prices are sold affordably at rm7 per adults and rm4 per child between 3-11 years old. It’s a fuss free transaction and upon purchase of your tickets, you can proceed to the left of the counter for the entrance.
There’s a cafe on the right side of the entrance should you feel the need to fill up your tummy while enjoying the surroundings.
Not only do they have butterflies, you can find Insects, Cacti, other animals and flowers within Butterfly Farm as well. And for selfie or wefie lovers, there’s aplenty of areas for you to capture a beautiful shot or boomerang with your love ones.
We spent about 40 mins to explore the whole farm and enough time for me to take more photos of the most adorable raccoons. For solo travelers, you may want to give this place a miss if you are not interested to view animals or insects in an enclosed area. There are so many more activities to do or places you can explore in Cameron Highlands.
But for families with kids or seniors, this may be a good way to introduce to your children on what the farms has got to offer.
You may visit their website here.
**Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated to this place. Just a review on my own to share with my lovely readers. Also, I’m not paid for anything here. (How I wish)**
I personally enjoy being in this place but however, I wished there are more butterflies though. I will definitely come again if I have kids or traveling with children next time.
Do subscribe and follow me to know more on my travel journey.
2,864 total views, 8 views today