tea destination: cameron highlands, malaysia

boh plantation, cameron highlands, malaysia

This amazing photo of the Boh plantation in the Cameron Highlands was taken by Jeremy Chan.  The intense colors are due to the tone mapping, which makes it look a little like a HDR photo; as if those hills needed help looking like velvet!

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4 Responses to “tea destination: cameron highlands, malaysia”
  1. Tony Gebely says:

    The Cameron Highlands are beautiful and Boh is an amazing sight. They have an awesome tea shop and sitting area on top of one of the hills overlooking the valley of tea. The photo on my “our story” page on Chicago Tea Garden was taken there.

  2. Deb says:

    Tony, I’m so jealous you’ve been, it’s absolutely on my list of must see places.

    The other thing I really respect about Boh is that they do loads of work with the WWF (http://travelandtea.com/2010/10/03/boh-tea-plantation-and-the-wwf-orang-utans-program-cameron-highlands/)

    I’m hoping to do an interview with them in the near future about that very topic. It’s nice to see a socially responsible tea company helping their community.

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