Reviews Cameron highlands
The name, Cameron Highlands, comes from William Cameron, a British surveyor who was commissioned by the then colonial government to map out the area in 1885. The "Camerons", as they are referred to, have a different ecosystm from the rest of the country. In 1958 the outpost was declared a reserve for deer. Four years later, it became a ward affording protection to animals and ... More birds.
Much of the Cameron Highlands is under cultivation and the are jungle trails which lead visitors to scenic spots, waterfalls and aboriginal villages.
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