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Cameron Highlands, which occupies the north-western part of the state of Pahang, is Malaysia’s largest and most popular hill resort. It is about 3 hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur.

The Lakehouse is situated at approximately 1,000 m above sea level in the Cameron Highlands; 200 km north of Malaysia’s capital – Kuala Lumpur. Set in an area dubbed the “The Valley of Eternal Spring”, this Tudor-style country house, backed by state reserve forests, sits atop a hill overlooking the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake. A short distance from the towns of Tanah Rata and Ringlet, it is within close proximity to many key attractions.

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Cameron Highlands, which occupies the north-western part of the state of Pahang, is Malaysia’s largest and most popular hill resort. It is about 3 hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur.

The Lakehouse is situated at approximately 1,000 m above sea level in the Cameron Highlands; 200 km north of Malaysia’s capital – Kuala Lumpur. Set in an area dubbed the “The Valley of Eternal Spring”, this Tudor-style country house, backed by state reserve forests, sits atop a hill overlooking the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake. A short distance from the towns of Tanah Rata and Ringlet, it is within close proximity to many key attractions.

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