The Paddock is one of the highlights of Fraser’s Hill. You will see quite a number of cars parked with children tugging the clothes of their parents to queue up for their chance to ride a horse (for the older kids) and ponies (for the younger kids) at cheap rates. For the grown-ups or the elderly, you will have a choice of testing out your mechanical and eye coordination skills where you take your chance on shooting a couple of arrows at the Archery ground or just to sit down the benches available to immerse yourself into the surrounding greenery lined with majestic conifer trees. This equestrian center is located along Valley Road just before the Glen Bungalow roundabout (exit to Kuala Lumpur or Jalan Lady Maxwell), and is opened from 9am till 4 pm daily (with a 1 hour lunch), except for Saturdays and public holidays where it closes at 5 pm.
This place was originally a water collection station that has now turned into a water park after it was disused for many years. It also serves as an attraction at Fraser’s Hill. You may opt for a nice comfortable water ride for a nominal fee of RM 8 for 15 minutes per boat or to make an attempt at their flying fox for the thrill-seekers. The children are often fascinated with a large amount of fish that will swim buy when you start feeding them. The fish feed can be bought at the store at Allan’s Water. Named after FH Allan, the assistant to the chief infrastructure engineer FW Mager, the architect of this water collection project, Allan’s Water is open daily from 9 am till 4.30 pm (with a lunch break for staff and closes at 7 pm on weekends). The birds fluttering amongst the treetops of the trees and shrubs, coupled with the natural calmness of the surroundings draws scores of tourists to the spot during weekends and public holidays.
Jeriau waterfall will be a spot you want to be if you are one that enjoys connecting with nature. Imagine how refreshing will the splash of cold water down your back that forms a natural massage on your back after a 45-minute drive up to Fraser’s Hill. Mostly visited by visitors are taking some scenic photos at the Olde Smokehouse, these visitors normally come and try their luck with their cameras to catch some nice shots of butterflies. Jeriau waterfall is located about 4km from Bukit Fraser's Town Centre. Upon parking your car, you will need to take a 15 - 20 minutes slow walk along a well-maintained path that follows a stream down to the waterfall, you will come to a tranquil pool below the falls where you can take a swim. A great place where you can have a picnic with your family but do remember to bring along your trash when you leave.
The Royal Fraser's Hill Golf Club
A small and yet challenging Golf Course will be some of the comments made by the Golf Enthusiasts that have visited the Royal Fraser's Hill Golf Club. Famed as one of the oldest Golf Courses in Malaysia, this Public Golf Course managed by Fraser’s Hill Development Corporation offers several challenging sections along with beautiful surrounding forest scenery. Remember to bring along your Golf Clubs and strong legs on your next visit to Fraser's Hill; where the clubs are for you to swing and the strong legs are to walk as there are no buggies available along this course. Shall your legs are to be exhausted, you may rest at the small cafe where tea and snacks were served. Head down to the sports complex opposite the clock tower to the entrance of the Golf Club the next time around.
White Water Rafting at Kuala Kubu Bahru
The Kuala Kubu Bharu (KKB) white water rafting is one of the favorite sports for an adventure enthusiasts. The Selangor River is beautifully forested with cool and clear water. This technical river (as it can be narrow at certain sections) will give you an adrenaline rush when you are heading down the rapids. The rapids will range from Grade 2 to 4 depending on the water level during the session. The program is normally starts in the morning and ends around noon (depending on group size) and ends with a sumptuous local flavored Kampung Lunch (3-4 hours in total).
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Rope Swing & Flying Fox at Kuala Kubu Bahru
Rope Swing & Flying Fox at Kuala Kubu Bahru
This 1 km track is the easiest of the 8 hiking trails. Highly suitable for kids and can be completed within 30 minutes for a one-way track. There are large numbers of benches around the area to rest. It may have some inclined locations. The air is refreshingly fresh and you will be able to enjoy the birds chirping and humming whilst you take an easy hike along the path.
Fraser's Hill is often been referred to as a first-class bird-watching destination in this region since this highland paradise is home to more than 250 species of wild birds. Come November and December each year, the virtually untouched mountainous forests of Fraser's Hill will receive many species of newcomers, that is the migratory species that fly across from places as far as northern Siberia of Russia and islands north of Japan and neighboring landmass, to seek new feeding grounds as well as to escape the freezing winter up north. The sightings of Siberian thrush from Siberia are often reported and they are truly a rare treat to ardent bird watchers. Normally these migratory species stay around in Fraser's Hill for a couple of months before migrating southwards to Australia and New Zealand. They will fly back home to the north in March and April when the sun is getting sunnier. Be part of this international event!
Sanyi Orchid Garden
This free touristic spot will inspire you to have Orchids in your house. Enjoy the beauty of Orchids, with the different colors of yellow, purple and white etc. You will enter the world of colors at Sanyi Orchid Garden. Sanyi Orchid Garden is open for retail sales from morning till evening. Sanyi Orchid Garden is situated opposite of Tioman House and beside the Abu Suradi Trail along Jalan Gap – Bukit Fraser after the Clock Tower.
Fraser’s Edible Garden
Enter the Garden where you will be able to pick your own fresh groceries. From radishes, chili peppers, cabbages, sweet potatoes till strawberries. Pick your selection and the friendly staff will be more than happy to harvest the crops for you. Once harvest, you need to just pay and you are ready to enjoy your fresh vegetables.
Aida Daniya Strawberry Farm / Tea House
A place to enjoy a “cuppa” in the afternoon. Aida Daniya offers you both the tea house as well as the Farm. The Strawberry Farm is located along the road after the Ye Olde Smokehouse on the way to the Jeriau Waterfall. Greeted with a Windmill at the entrance of the Farm, you may pick your choice of hydroponic strawberries, to weight out before consumption. The “Tea House” on the other hand is located at Jalan Pokok adjacent to the T-Junction after the PKBF building. This place is decorated with panda statues overlooking a park. You may enjoy some local and continental delicacies whilst enjoying the scenery and tea.