Cameron Highlands in Malaysia is not just known for its scenic beauty and tranquil mountains but for diverse tea plantations. It is an abode to the largest tea plantation in Southeast Asia — the Boh tea plantation.
About the tea plantation
Spread over an area of 8000 acres, the Boh tea plantation on the rolling hills of Cameron Highlands is an exquisite place. In addition to the plantation, the company has its own production and packaging unit and a retail outlet for visitors. At present, the BOH estate remains one of the largest tea plantations in Malaysia. So, if you have a trip planned here, touring the Boh tea factory is the best things to do.
The name BOH is derived from Bohea, the hills in Fujian Province where tea was originally thought to be discovered.
Things to do?
The walk through the picturesque plantation is perfect for budding photographers. And for the remaining, it easily remains as one of the best spots to enjoy the uninterrupted scenic view. So, get around to explore the lush green plantations and take a glimpse of the tea production process. Also, learn how the employee spends his day there.
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