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Boh Tea Estate

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Kenny
Kenny
July 7, 2019
Boh Tea Estate at Habu has kept most of its old buildings and retained its authenticity and charm. In contrast, the one in Sungai Palas exudes a modern feel with its focal point being the café housed in a contemporary structure overhanging a hill top. The one in Habu is less frequented by tourists…
El  H
El H
November 7, 2018
To see the production of the famous and beloved Boh Tea
Ms.Han Huey Lee/Mr. Mohon Singh
Ms.Han Huey Lee/Mr. Mohon Singh
August 25, 2018
nice scenery , free factory tour
Cyndi
Cyndi
February 8, 2018
Iconic scenes of Tea Boh Plantation.
Mandy
Mandy
April 23, 2017
Driving via Route 59, 37min 17.6km. Boh Tea Plantation, Habu, 32000 Ringlet is another alternative to Boh Tea Plantation, Sungai Palas, 39000 Brinchang. ALong the way, you can enjoy the scenic views of vegetation, cabbages, mint leaves, spring onions, water crest etc. Open on Tuesday - Sunday,…

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Restaurant
“It is located on the first floor of a corner shop lot. Has to climb a flight of steps. Good for tea and scones. ”
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“Walking distance about 9 min 700m from Somersquare. Quick facts: The Smokehouse is built in 1937 in the style of a traditional timber framed English inn, complete with nooks and crannies, open fireplaces and crooked floors. You can relax and simply watch the world go by while enjoying a meal in the beautiful garden, or in the cooler months, you can make yourself at home inside by the open fireplaces. Recommendation: Afternoon tea from 11am to 6pm. ”
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Café
“Because i am one of the owners of this place :) . The other reason is that you get to sit and have a meal or drink in a real garden setting. ”
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Restaurant
“Raaju’s Hill Strawberry Farm is known for having some of the juiciest strawberries in the Cameron Highlands. One of the reasons for this is that the farm is strategically located in a misty valley, but whatever the reason, this is one of the best places to pick strawberries in town. This is a great activity, especially for anyone who is travelling with children and you can pick half a kilo of strawberries that you can then take home and savor. If you prefer to just admire the strawberry fields but still want to sample some of the delicious fruit, then you can visit the onsite cafe where you can enjoy a full English cream tea with strawberry jam as well as their signature strawberry juice.”
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Location
Ringlet, Pahang 39200
Phone+60 5-493 1324
Websiteboh.com.my
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Thursday 9:00 AM