Cameron Highlands is Malaysia premier hill resort location. Located on the Main Range Pahang, the mountain that form the backbone of Peninsular Malaysia, was discovered by surveyor William Cameron in 1885. Cameron Highlands is very popular, with its rolling hills, tea plantations, flower nurseries, strawberry and vegetable farms. With temperature ranging between 25 and 10 degrees Celcius, this place is popular all year round with tourists.
The small town of Tapah at the foot of Cameron Highlands is the gateway to the highlands. From Tapah, the road winds uphill via a succession of twists and bends to a series of little townships, which include Ringlet, Tanah Rata and Brinchang, all these towns offer a variety of accommodation. Crowning the serene yet invigorating town of Brinchang, Hotel Rosa Passadena is indeed a rose that has bloomed flawlessly.