Bukit Tinggi is accessible with a mere 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. Take the scenic East-West Karak Highway, driving through the Genting-Sempah tunnel and past the Genting Highlands exit. Continue on until you see Exit 805, which is the Bukit Tinggi exit. Take that exit and drive on for another 10km and you will reach Bukit Tinggi.
Bukit Tinggi (Tinggi Hill)
A hill retreat area with several resorts. Bukit Tinggi is a hill retreat area with several resorts taking advantage of the cool, fresh country air that pervades the area."
Bukit Tinggi is a hill retreat area which boasts several resorts including the French themed Colmar Tropicale, Selesa Hillhomes and Bukit Tinggi Resort which take advantage of the cool, fresh country air in this area.
Visitors can jungle trek and take long invigorating walks in the vicinity. If you love horse riding, you will love Bukit Tinggi. With 16,000 acres of hills, valleys, rainforests and open country, cool refreshing highland climate and spectacular scenery, this beautiful resort offers horse riding experiences you cannot resist ! There is also a rabbit park, a Japanese Village with a spectacular spa, and a botanical garden.
The resorts in Bukit Tinggi offers plenty of other activities including golf, a sports complex offering bowling, snooker, archery, bicycles for rent, tennis, paintball tag, badminton, squash, swimming pools... the list goes on!
Just a few minutes away from the popular Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, is the Deerland Park, a privately owned and managed deer park that has a few other wild animals for visitors to observe and fall in love with!
The Kuala Gandah Elephants Sanctuary allows you to observe and understand the handling and management of translocated Asian elephants. You can participate in daily activities, like feeding and bathing.
As a city girl who has never set foot or spent the night in the jungle, let alone climb a mountain, many thought I was courting trouble when I said I was going to hike the formidable 2187m Gunung Tahan.