Country: Malaysia

State: Pahang Darul Makmur

Highlight: Greenery, local shophouses/residences, hills, cool weather

Accommodation: Parkland Apartment

Distance: About 12 km

Water points: Convenience stores / Shops along the route (Please bring some money)

While you drive up North to visit Cameron Highlands, do not forget to bring your running gear and enjoy running in the cool weather. Terrain can be rather hilly so be sure to pace yourself accordingly. Indulge in the warm steamboats and other delicacies after that. =)

You can check the weather forecast before planning your trip so as to avoid disappointment!



– See map of route here

– See full photo album here

Suggested itinerary for a 3D2N driving trip to Cameron Highlands from Singapore:

1. Depart SG in the morning about 7am and enter Malaysia via Tuas Link

2. Stop by Malacca for brunch


3. Stop by Ipoh for coffee and pastries

4. Things to do at Cameron Highlands include steamboat dinner, visit to morning market, strawberry farm, lavender garden, tea plantation, highest point etc.

5. On the way back from Cameron Highlands to Singapore, you can also stop by a seafood restaurant for lunch.



Posted by Zhiyong
February 5, 2015 19:48
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  1. Dude! welcome to justrunlah, cameron highlands def on my list of places to visit and run – did you manage to find much time to run in between eating? 🙂
    great article mate – keep em coming……

    • Thanks! I’ve seen your posts and found it quite interesting. That’s why I decided to join in. =)

      No chance to run in between runs. Only managed to do morning runs. Fresh air, cool weather. Most importantly, nice place to gather with friends / family.


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