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Fraser Hill (Bukit Fraser)    

  Bukit Fraser, 49000, Fraser's Hill, Pahang |   09-517 7111
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4.2   (3,410)


About 2 hours away from KL city, this cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, being one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint by former British colonial masters.

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Tags: Jungle Trekking Hiking

What to Expect?

Locally known as Bukit Fraser, Fraser’s Hill is a highland resort destination nestled among the mountains of Pahang, located two hours away from Kuala Lumpur.

Fraser's Hill can be found in the central region of Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Pahang. It lies about two hours north of Kuala Lumpur and 400km away from Singapore in the south. Bukit Fraser has an average altitude of 1,200 meters high but its highest point rises at 1,500 meters at Telekoms loop. Generally, the months with least rainfall fall between April and September, a lapse in the monsoon season.

This would be the best time to travel if you dislike wet surroundings, but the weather can still be unpredictable. It is also recommended to go during off peak seasons, which are months that have no major public or school holidays, in order to enjoy cheap accommodation in hotels and smaller crowds. Temperatures usually range between 22 - 28°C during the day and 16°C to 20°C at night.

Fraser's Hill enjoys a well-preserved landscape teeming with lush greenery - with little commercial development, there are few tourist attractions compared with larger highland resort destinations such as Cameron Highlands.

The place is also a treasure trove of nature, with rich repositories of plant life, wide diversity of wildlife, and lush landscapes untouched by modern development. A network of trails, each with different names and length, enable visitors and tourists to explore the highland rainforests that surround the area.

Other than mountain hiking and jungle trekking, bird watching is also a popular activity, especially with those from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Each trail is clearly marked and designated with signboards that indicated the level of difficulty along with informative posters. Some of the trails are easy and suitable for children while a few may take an hour or more.

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 Address:   Bukit Fraser, 49000, Fraser's Hill, Pahang

09-517 7111

Everyday 24 hours
  Reviews 4.2   (3,410)
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    lim chow yoke

    in the last week

    As we travel along the narrow road, lots of dangling trees branches which is very dangerous. Hope to whom concern will take fast action to clear it away. Another heavy rain definitely it will fall and block the road. Thanks and may those going up will have a better view along the road.

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    syed hafiz syed nazeri

    a week ago

    One of the must visit places in Malaysia! Pls come early to avoid crowd and have more convenient photo taking moments. I arrived at 8.30am, felt like I had 2 hours of the place to myself for good photo session. Although 1 day would be enough to explore the place, would like to come again and try to stay overnight.

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    EG LF

    2 weeks ago

    This location will always charm me without fail. However more city folks are visiting the hill now since the pandemic due to overseas travelling restriction. Temperature ranging 18 to 21c at night. Not cold but cooling, enjoy! If you like nature, this will be your get away nest.

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    shasha gomes

    2 months ago

    I enjoyed it tremendously. It was cooling and relaxing. Quiet. If u want something fast paced then this place is definitely NOT for you. If u just want peace and quiet and to be one with nature then it's perfect. There's only 1 supermarket near the police station. There are a few places to eat. Not a lot but enough. Temperature ranged around 26-29 during the day and 16-18 at night and sometimes colder when it rains. (This is in May). U don't need air-conditioning but maybe a fan if u tend to run hot. Plenty of places to hike. The waterfall was unfortunately closed. Unsure why. Went to Allan's water to see some ducks and fish. Then to the paddock to see horses and try some archery. U could probably do everything in one day (not including the trails - just the town). The only part I did not enjoy was the winding road up and down. Unfortunately there's no way around that. I would still come again though when i need a break from the realities of life.

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    Chandramohan N.Venugopal Raj

    4 months ago

    The place is clean and serene. It is not over developed. There are very few high rise buildings. Only blemish is there is no petrol station there. We really enjoyed our stay there.

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