Let’s start my Bukit Tinggi series, done this quite long time ago, soon i will go there again for photo shooting purpose. I still remember i just got my new machine Nikon D200 that time, and not really know how to use my DSLR camera on proper way. Yes, i’m carried 2 camera that time which the other 1 was Nikon D40 which sold to my friends year ago.
Bukit Tinggi Resort ( Berjaya Hill Resort) not far from Kuala Lumpur, it takes about hour plus car journey from Kuala Lumpur Karak Highway. Tall & rich of tropical trees and plants surround most of the route to the top. If you come from the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway, the turnoff to the Bukit Tinggi Resort is at the 48 km milestone, about a few kilometers down after the exit points to Janda Baik and the Selesa Hillhomes. And if you’re coming from Kuantan, take the same highway to Kuala Lumpur for a journey of about two and half hours.
Bukit Tinggi offer unique theme unlike others hill, such as Rabbit Farm and Japanese Village. Bukit Tinggi, encompassing about 16,000 acres, and surrounded by lush tropical rainforests, is located about 48 km away. Before enter to Bukit Tinggi Resort, there’s a 16 ringgit entrance fee need to pay for admissions to Japanese Village, Colmar Tropicale and Rabbit Farm.
Bukit Tinggi Japanese Village consists of beautiful gardens to a waterfall, impressive koi ponds and up to a Japanese Tea House. It was planned and designed by a Japanese architect, Mr Kaio Ariizumi and built by a team of 22 skilled craftsmen from Japan. We found there’s full of spirit of Japanese at the moments. It is worth to visit especially photography purpose or relax; a lot of nature plants & live that you can find at Japanese Village.
Next, will post up more Flora & Fauna Photo from Bukit Tinggi, Happy weekend!