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Bukit Tinggi is a good 45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur. It is the exit after Genting Highlands.
There is a daily shuttle bus provided by Berjaya that runs from Berjaya Times Square, KL to Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills. It runs at 10.00am, 1.00p and 5.00pm. It costs RM35.00/adult and RM30.00/child for a one way transfer. Return transfer rates are RM55.00/adult and RM50.00/child.
The distance between the attractions in Bukit Tinggi is a considerable distance. Driving your own transport around is a practical way go go about it. Every main attraction in Bukit Tinggi has a parking space for your own transport.
The areas within Colmar Tropicale's vicinity such as the Japanese Garden are within considerable walking distance if you don't mind the fresh air and spending some quiet quality time with good company.
Berjaya provides a complementary shuttle from the Colmar Tropicale village center to surrounding areas within the vicinity, such as the Japanese Garden.
See & DoEdit
This small French village modeled after a place of the same name in France is rather picturesque (which will excite photo enthusiasts) and makes for a a great place for relaxing. It is suitable as a romantic getaway for couples or a family escape for families. The crowd would swell on weekends as city-goers would usually come here for a close retreat away from the rush and bustle of the city.
- Clock-tower. The clock-tower, which looms over the town gives you a fairly impressive view of the surrounding hills and is a perfect viewpoint to climb up, especially during the night when the town lights are lit. There is an elevator you can use if stairs don't fancy you.
- Game Room. Most likely built with younger or the older children in mind, the game room has pool tables, foosball tables and board games to entertain and pass away free time.
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