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LENGGONG
LONGHOUSE CAMPSITE

When you hear the name Cameron Highlands, you will likely be immersed in the description of tea plantations, a cool atmosphere, and much more.
But did you know that there is also an interesting 'camping' spot near Cameron Highlands. The name of the place is Lenggong Long House Campsite.
Here is an area close to the waterfall area. This place is great for those who really want peace and quiet as there are no internet access and plug-point sources here. So you can spend your time here completely undisturbed. The concept of accommodation here is a cottage and also a chalet. The rooms on offer here are very attractive and most importantly the view here is very beautiful and enchanting.
What's interesting is that when you wake up in the morning you can keep bathing in the waterfall. But it has to vibrate to take a bath because it's cold. Understand the hill water.
To make your camping trip more interesting, you can have a barbecue here in the evening.


Longhouse camping, Lenggong Perak Darul Ridzuan

Lenggong is a town in the Lenggong valley in Hulu Perak and it's one of Peninsular Malaysia's most important areas for archaeology, as excavations have revealed many traces of Malaysia's prehistory. It is the site of the oldest known place of human activity in the Peninsula. Today it is still a rural area, with small kampongs surrounded by green vegetation and limestone hills. Lenggong can be likened to an open-air museum, and is home to legends, skeletons, cave drawings and precious finds such as jewellery, pottery, weapons and stone tools. Many of the caves in the Lenggong area have revealed evidence of ancient humans having lived and hunted in this area.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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