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Above the Clouds

Above the Clouds

Mount Kinabalu

Mountain scalers, be sure to mark Mount Kinabalu off your bucket list. As the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago, the mountain is a prominent attraction to climbers from all over the world.

Cameron Highlands

Enjoy cool air, fresh strawberries, and fragrant tea in one of Malaysia's most extensive hill stations while staying in one of the many English-styled guesthouses such as the Ye Old Smokehouse.

Gunung Mulu National Park

The UNESCO World Heritage site in Sarawak is a treasure trove of natural wonders. It is home to thousands of animal and plant species, such as the sun bear and the wild orchids. Its attractions include the world’s largest cave passage and chamber, Asia's longest cave, razor-sharp limestone spikes and a geological formation  resembling the side profile of America's former President, Abraham Lincoln.

Genting Highlands

Otherwise known as `Resorts World Genting’, this popular hill resort is perched atop an average elevation of 1,740 meters within the Titiwangsa Mountains that border the states of Pahang and Selangor. The Genting Highlands are a 1-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. It has a cable-car service called the 'Genting Skyway', famed as Southeast Asia’s longest gondola lift that traverses a distance of 3.38 km.

Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi is a hill retreat area with several resorts taking advantage of the cool, fresh country air that pervades the area. Visitors may explore Colmar Tropicale, the French-themed village and hotel.