Rubber Land with old trees. Cheap land. Only RM32k per acre. Total 6 acres and total price RM190k The land is flat second lot from sungai Jelai. Access to the land about 25km from Lipis town, 15km from Felda Kechau 8.
Pahang - Kuala Lipis
6 sqft
190,000 RM
2/20/2018
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Private apartments located at Equatorial Cameron Highlands, Kea Farms, the highest located village in Cameron Highlands and also in Peninsular Malaysia. Located at one of the most famous tourist spots in Cameron Highlands. Plenty of stalls selling fresh vegetables, flowers, butterfly farms and self-plucking strawberry farms can be found here. Here is also the entrance of the Sungai Palas and highest mountain in Cameron Highlands, Gunung Brinchang. 3-bedroom penthouse apartment: * Size: 115sq metres * Bed types available: 1 queen and 2 single beds in respective bedrooms * Individual balcony & living room with table & chairs * Longbath with shower in respective bedrooms * Fully equipped kitchen * Satellite TV (ASTRO) * Towels, soap and shampoo are not provided Approximate distances to places of interest: - Kea Farm, the market square selling fresh local produce (1 km) - Vegetables, fruits, wild orchid and strawberry farms, landscaping of farms in the highlands (1 km) - Robinson Waterfall, Butterfly Farm and Garden (1 km) - Boh Tea Plantation (2 km) Extras Cooking Allowed Internet Daily Rental RM 600.00 (RM 600.00 deposit) Conditions Minimum 1 Night Maximum 6 Guests Rental Type Vacation Apartment
Map / Directions Penthouse 1071 10th Floor Wing 25, Equatorial Resort Private Apartments, Kea Farm, Brinchang, 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang. GPS location: Lat: 0.078620635; Lon: 1.769917220 Cameron Highlands is located at Pahang, near the borders of Perak state. Most visitors drive up with their own vehicles, but budget travellers may take the bus from Kuala Lumpur, Penang or Singapore, all which offer luxury or economy coaches running daily trips. Alternatively, you can take a bus up from Tapah and Ipoh towns using the Kurnia Bistari or Regal buses, but be warned that these two companies use rather dilapidated coaches and ocassionally reckless drivers. There is no airport in Cameron Highlands; the closest is at Ipoh, from where you can take a bus or taxi up. Finally, a shuttle mini van service also runs from Chinatown in KL and Taman Negara (Kuala Tembeling). From Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, there are three main ways to reach the Cameron Highlands that starts from the North-South Highway. The most popular route is to exit at Tapah town, then follow a narrow trunk road that cuts through a lush mountain range for about 40km (an hour's duration; drive is slow as road is windy) up to Ringlet, the first town of Camerons. From Johor Bahru, it's a 500km (five to six hours) journey while those starting from Kuala Lumpur only travel 140km (one-and-a-half hours) to reach Tapah. Simpang Pulai is the second most popular entryway, but this is used most by travellers coming from northern destinations such as Ipoh and Penang. Some travellers prefer using this route from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore despite the extra distance, as it has purportedly greater visibility and less windy roads. Using the Simpang Pulai route adds an extra 30km to the North-South Highway journey, then the actual road itself leads up for 50km to Kampung Raja, the northernmost town of Cameron Highlands. Finally, a recent highway has been built that starts from Sungai Koyan village to Ringlet town, about 40 minutes away from either Raub and Kuala Lipis towns (both can be accessed via the Karak Highway with an hour's drive). This is the most secluded route, with few cars travelling on it as not many know of its existence. The journey is about 250km from Kuala Lumpur through Raub using this remote highway that passes by the Pos Betau Orang Asli settlements. Visitors from Penang and Ipoh will use the Simpang Pulai highway explained above. From Penang, the journey along the North-South Expressway takes less than two hours (145km) to reach the Simpang Pulai exit after Ipoh. Those coming from Ipoh have it easy, with only a 20km road distance to cover to reach the entryway. The 50km journey also takes about an hour to Kampung Raja, due to windy road conditions. From Kampung Raja, it's about 20km to reach Brinchang town, passing through Tringkap and Kuala Terla along the way, and an extra 4km to Tanah Rata. Travellers from the east coast states, such as Kelantan and Terengganu, will use the highway that starts from Gua Musang; a 90km journey to Kampung Raja, passing Lojing Highlands along the way.
600 RM
2/23/2018
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Private apartments located at Equatorial Cameron Highlands, Kea Farm, the highest located village in the Cameron Highlands and also peninsular Malaysia. Located at one of the most famous tourist spots in Cameron Highlands. Plenty of stalls selling fresh vegetables, flowers, butterfly farms and self-plucking strawberry farms can be found here. Here also is the entrance of the Sungai Palas and highest mountain in Cameron Highlands, Gunung Brinchang. DESCRIPTION * Size: 77 sq metres * Bed types available: 2 single beds (twins) * Dry pantry with refrigerator available * Individual balcony with table & chairs * Longbath with shower in master bedroom * Towels, soap and shampoo are provided Extras Cooking Allowed Daily Rental RM 300.00 (RM 300.00 deposit) Conditions Minimum 1 Night Maximum 3 Guests Rental Type Vacation Apartment
Unit 19-128 Wing 19, Equatorial Resort Private Apartments, Kea Farm, Brinchang, 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang. Approximate distances to places of interest: - Kea Farm, the market square selling fresh local produce (1 km) - Vegetables, fruits, wild orchid and strawberry farms, landscaping of farms in the highlands (1 km) - Robinson Waterfall, Butterfly Farm and Garden (1 km) - Boh Tea Plantation (2 km) GPS location: Lat: 0.078620635; Lon: 1.769917220 Cameron Highlands is located at Pahang, near the borders of Perak state. Most visitors drive up with their own vehicles, but budget travellers may take the bus from Kuala Lumpur, Penang or Singapore, all which offer luxury or economy coaches running daily trips. Alternatively, you can take a bus up from Tapah and Ipoh towns using the Kurnia Bistari or Regal buses, but be warned that these two companies use rather dilapidated coaches and ocassionally reckless drivers. There is no airport in Cameron Highlands; the closest is at Ipoh, from where you can take a bus or taxi up. Finally, a shuttle mini van service also runs from Chinatown in KL and Taman Negara (Kuala Tembeling). From Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, there are three main ways to reach the Cameron Highlands that starts from the North-South Highway. The most popular route is to exit at Tapah town, then follow a narrow trunk road that cuts through a lush mountain range for about 40km (an hour's duration; drive is slow as road is windy) up to Ringlet, the first town of Camerons. From Johor Bahru, it's a 500km (five to six hours) journey while those starting from Kuala Lumpur only travel 140km (one-and-a-half hours) to reach Tapah. Simpang Pulai is the second most popular entryway, but this is used most by travellers coming from northern destinations such as Ipoh and Penang. Some travellers prefer using this route from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore despite the extra distance, as it has purportedly greater visibility and less windy roads. Using the Simpang Pulai route adds an extra 30km to the North-South Highway journey, then the actual road itself leads up for 50km to Kampung Raja, the northernmost town of Cameron Highlands. Finally, a recent highway has been built that starts from Sungai Koyan village to Ringlet town, about 40 minutes away from either Raub and Kuala Lipis towns (both can be accessed via the Karak Highway with an hour's drive). This is the most secluded route, with few cars travelling on it as not many know of its existence. The journey is about 250km from Kuala Lumpur through Raub using this remote highway that passes by the Pos Betau Orang Asli settlements. Visitors from Penang and Ipoh will use the Simpang Pulai highway explained above. From Penang, the journey along the North-South Expressway takes less than two hours (145km) to reach the Simpang Pulai exit after Ipoh. Those coming from Ipoh have it easy, with only a 20km road distance to cover to reach the entryway. The 50km journey also takes about an hour to Kampung Raja, due to windy road conditions. From Kampung Raja, it's about 20km to reach Brinchang town, passing through Tringkap and Kuala Terla along the way, and an extra 4km to Tanah Rata. Travellers from the east coast states, such as Kelantan and Terengganu, will use the highway that starts from Gua Musang; a 90km journey to Kampung Raja, passing Lojing Highlands along the way.
300 RM
2/10/2018
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