$198 per pax for 3D2N Cameron Highlands Strawberry Park Resort Studio Suite Room Stay with Breakfast + Steamboat Dinner + 2 Way Coach (Worth $450)
Living on tea and strawberries in verdant greenery – much like a massive, extended picnic – become reality at the gorgeous Strawberry Park Resort in the Cameron Highlands.
For $198 per pax, you get a 3D2N Cameron Highland package which includes 2 nights stay in the Studio Suite Room at Strawberry Park Resort with breakfast, 1 steamboat dinner, 2-way transport by Executive Coach with personal entertainment system and coach insurance coverage of $25,000 per person.
After a personal-entertainment fueled, comfortable bus journey, revel in feeling like a restful hobbit in the lush, mist-tinged mountaintop greenery that surrounds Strawberry Park Resort. The serenity of your surroundings is perfectly complemented by your classic, polished Studio Suite room, complete with a large private balcony overlooking the mountain range and stray elves.
The included steamboat dinner will make rolling around your king-size bed a much more fruitful endeavor. For other sustenance options, the resort has a sizable offering of excellent cuisine – dine at the classy Jim Thompson Terrace, feast on steaks at the Tudor Grill, or go Southeast Asian at the Strawberry Court Thai Restaurant. Massage away all post-dinner paunches by taking a mini vacation-within-a-vacation at the resort’s Mandrayu Spa.
The Hill Forest Walk and the Mossy Forest Walk are amiable rambles through the unique temperate topiary, introducing amateur David Attenboroughs to the crazy wonderland of moss, fungi, orchids, ferns, vibrantly colored birds and panoramic views of the Cameron Highlands.
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Nice hotel - English deco. The coffee house has a nice view of the surrounding mountains and forest. Very secluded and quiet. Rooms are nice and clean. Nice ambience. But you do need a car if you want to stay here, because it's a bit far from the main road. Unique Quality: A bit of colonial English feel!"
- zuyao, VirtualTourist Review