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Reviewed March 21, 2013

The Bharat Tea Café is the only tea plantation open on a Monday approximately 4km south of Tanah Rata and the first foray up the hill with panoramic views of the tea plantations. The tea and scones were enjoyable but a taste of friends' brownies suggested they had the better choice.
The purchase of a quirky little 'Cameron Valley Tea' caddy of course requires filling with the signature brand tea although the staff do give you a non-labelled tea supply. Imagine my surprise when later reading the label in depth to discover the tea is 'Imported from China' and repacked by 'Bharat Group'. Was I ever drinking Highlands Tea?

Date of experience: March 2013
2  Thank CruisingNanna2013
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Reviewed February 6, 2013

The Bharat Tea or Cameron Valley Tea Plantation is located at the main road going up to Tanah Rata from Ringlet. There are two separate tea-house can be found along the main road facing Bharat plantation. The tea house has a cafe, which is essentially a covered terrace that opens up to an impressive view of the plantation. Parking spaces are limited though, we are lucky as we came on a non school holiday weekday. Unlike the Boh Plantation, it does not offer any factory tour.

You can enjoy the ambiance simply by sipping some tea and enjoying some cakes at the cafe. For the locals, the price might be a bit high considering a cup of tea may cost you rm5 and cakes can go up to rm7-8 per slice. There is also a trail leading to the tea plantation if you wish to have a walk between the tea leaves. There are also shops selling Cameron Valley products and Cameron Highlands souvenirs in the premise.

The only thing that needs to be improved here is their staff. They need to smile more. They look fatigue and demotivated to serve.

Date of experience: January 2013
2  Thank ceasars
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Reviewed February 2, 2013

We went for family holiday to Seremban Sapthakanni Temple which is located 2000Ft above sea level. We drove and the temple located up on the hill it was rain and the road are wet. This temple is located in center on housing area where by alot people use the road as jungle tracking early morning, Morning Breeze was so fresh up on the hill we drove up but the trail look bit scary and its jungle trail. We drove up and went to pray the temple was renovated and very quite during day time, the view is fantastic from the hill we could see the whole Seremban, we spend two hours there and then drive to Cameron on the way before heading to Penang. Cameron we stop at Bharat Tea Plantation. Place was messy with uncleaned table with tea cups everywhere and this could invite Flies and it was crowded clearly could see the situation they shortage of manpower. About the menu they have so many variety of teas this will heaven for tea lovers but nothing for coffee or soft drink could understand why cause is Bharat Tea House :) unpleasant in this journey is every where traffic jam wasting time and the road from tapah is very very very scary, but its Cameron and we saw beautiful waterfalls from up the hill. we stop for baked yams and strawberry its was awesome and plus the whether totally refreshing. Finally we head up to Penang.

Date of experience: January 2013
3  Thank Suevin s
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Reviewed December 28, 2012

fascinating n beautiful green scene,
when we look for the outdoor activity, this is suitable ,
from the resto we can see great n impressive green scene,
chocolate, food and other are reccomended.

Date of experience: February 2012
7  Thank Kamandanu
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Reviewed December 25, 2012

1) This is a must visit place in Cameron Highlands. There are a few plantations but the most scenic for me is the pantation before Tanah Rata.
2) The view of the tea plantation is breathtaking.
3) Make sure to have a nice hot tea here while savouring the weather and its beauty surroundings.
4) You can also take a walk here. Please do so or you will regret it.

Date of experience: June 2012
1  Thank faizaladibhassan
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