Boh Tea Centre Sungai Palas, Brinchang

Last time my journey to Cameron Highland, I have posted a Boh Tea farm at Ringlet and now this is another Boh Tea Center at Sungai Palas, Brinchang. 
The road to the Boh Tea Farm is 5-10 mins driving duration from the main road of Cameron Highland. The road is steep and dangerous so drive safely and carefully at all times when you are on this road. However, the scenery here are really amazing.
There are some points along the way you can stop by and get close and personal with the tea plantation.
Even though you reach the guard house of the Sungai Palas Boh Tea Center but that does not mean you are near. You will still need to take another 5 minutes drive to the car park area.
You are still not there yet even though you have parked your car so be extra patience. Only 200 meter walk to the location left.
Before that, please remember to watch your steps especially during the raining season. The best time to visit Cameron Highland is January and February. That is their driest month and may be very hot too.
Let the 200 meter journey begins.
The whole hill is covered by the tea plantation. It is really an outstanding scenery.
The Boh Tea Center is within sight! Finally!
But...we have a little hiking to do. Don't frown because you can find a good spot like this for an amazing photo shoot.
Here we are, folks! On the left is the cafeteria and on the right is the tea factory.
So we decided to grab some breakfast first but here are a notice for you to watch out when you are at this viewing platform.
A great view from the viewing platform.
The view of the sky having the cloud to divide into half.
They have Tamil primary school here and also some family of the plantation workers staying here. It is like a very small village.
They do offer cakes, breads, pastries and their own famous Boh tea for you to order. It is a self-service.
I had a set of Bukit Cheeding Tea @RM4.50++/pax. This tea is really delicious to mix with milk. 
My auntie from London prefer this butter cake which is cost @RM3.20++/pc.
My wife prefers Danish Chocolate Roll @RM4.80++
My mum loves sandwiches because with a lot delicious fillings which cost @RM6.30++
As for me, I prefer this Strawberry Tart @RM3.80++. I find that anything with strawberry in it at Cameron Highlands seems so fresh.
This Butter Cheese Bun @RM3.20++ is the least favorite by all of us. Lack of butter and hardly taste the cheese in it. Anyway, I still prefer scones but they do not serve any.
After a scrumptious breakfast, time for us to understand more about tea.
Let's start with their history. Here is the path where you will be explained clearly about how these tea is born. There are in English and Malay language.
More readings and old tools that is used to prepare the tea will be exhibited here.
You need to wait about 4-7 minutes before you will have a tour guide to guide you through the factory and explain to you how does the tea works. The tour is free of charge by the way.
While waiting for more visitors to join us, the tour guide will explain things that are exhibited here to the tourists.
Alright, let's go everyone into the factory! It just took me less than 5 minutes to finish the tour because the tour guide just shown us the entrance and nothing else she did. I was expecting her to do some explanation about what are the workers are doing in there.
She was not explaining because we can read ourselves from the board here which available in English and Malay language. Click the photos to enlarge to read!
Other interesting information about this tea factory.
This place is really a nice place for a perfect photography with natural light all around you. Vivid photographer should fully take the chance to grab as many photo as you can.
Overall, I like the scenery here which is really awesome! As for the food wise, it is not impressive. A cup of tea here would be just more than enough.
Total Damage: RM45.05
Ambiance: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Taste: 3/5
Price: 3/5
Food Serving Speed: Self Service
Recommended?: Yes for their astonishing scenery and a cup of their very owned tea.

Sungai Palas Boh Tea Center
Tel: 05-4962096
Business Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm (Monday off)

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