Brinchang

Cameron Highlands

Brinchang is the highest and second largest township of Cameron Highlands, situated 1,450 meters above sea level on a gently sloping plateau about 2km after Tanah Rata or 3km before Kea Farm. While relatively small in spread compared to Tanah Rata, Brinchang is the most dense in development - a tourist hub for Malaysians and Singaporeans attracted by the town's local flavours and style. The epicenter of Brinchang is a tight pocket of shophouses comprised of restaurants, stores and budget hotels, while the surroundings hold further commercial developments, holiday apartments and residential homes. Gunung Brinchang is the origin of the town's name.

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