About Boh Sungei Palas Tea Estate

A beautiful tea garden, Boh Sungei Palas Tea Estate is one of the most vibrant and alluring tea estates in Malaysia. It also has Boh’s first tea factory built in 1929, located in Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.  Green plantations of tea at a high altitude will be soothing to your eyes. 

It is one of the oldest and largest tea gardens in the area as it covers approximately 465 hectares of land. The tea plantation was founded by J.A Russel, a British businessman. Walking through the narrow lanes of the tea garden amid low temperature and a generous rainfall locale is thrilling. 

It offers spectacular landscape and impressive surroundings to capture instagrammable photographs. A windy road trip to Boh Sungei Palas Tea Estate through narrow roads of hills and valleys and the luscious green is quite adventurous and memorable. You are sure to take back memories for a lifetime.

The journey of the tea estate is informative and interactive as it provides free guided tours of the plantation area and the old factory. You will also enjoy the engaging demonstration over the tea-making process. There is a small cafeteria to have a hot sip of tea with some popular and light snacks like scones while enjoying the magnificent view.

You can also buy some premium BOH tea which is exclusively available here. Necessary amenities like washrooms are clean and easily accessible. Better prepare to go on weekdays as it gets a little bit crowded on weekends. The mesmerizing scenic beauty of the surroundings makes it a worthy visit to the tea estate.
 

Must See

  • Oldest tea factory
  • Narrow lanes of tea plantations
  • Tea shop
  • Cafeteria
     

How to reach

About 90.9 Kilometers from Bidur to Brinchang

By Taxi

It takes about 1h 23 minutes and the fare would cost between 192.13 to 256.17 Malaysian Ringgit

About 14 kilometres from Tanah Rata Bus Terminal to Tringkap

By Bus 

It takes about 33 minutes and the fare would cost around 4.26 Malaysian Ringgit

By walk

About 1.3 kilometres from Tringkap to Brinchang

It takes about 19 minutes

Tips

  • Wear woollen clothes because of the temperature is at a lower range in this attraction
  • Carry insect repellent cream
  • Carry a good quality camera
  • Visit during weekdays to avoid the crowd
  • Carry cash as due to poor network payment by card may not be possible
  • Buy the exclusive premium tea leaves
  • Carry enough drinking water to keep your body hydrated
  • Do not pluck the tea leaves unnecessarily
  • Do have freshly prepared tea in the cafeteria
     

Visit Time

Sunday            9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Monday           Closed.

Tuesday          9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday     9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Thursday         9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Friday              9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday          9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

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Entrance Fee

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Time you can spend

2 hours to 3 hours

 

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Weather

Overcast Clouds 24.44°C

 

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