Resort recently was renamed Berjaya Hills but many still prefer to
use the old name. The Resort is themed to capture the different
cultures of the world in a single unique destination.
Situated 800 m to 1,000 m above sea level, this resort will be an
ideal destination for the entire family as the facilities here cater
people of all ages.
Located near Genting Highlands, it is about 10km off the East-West
Karak Highway, the resort covers 16,000 acres of rugged hills and
mountains crowned with lush tropical rainforests. This refreshing
and cool resort offers the Colmar Tropicale, a French-themed resort
with activities such as outdoor dining and street performances.
Equally impressive is the Japanese Village with attractions such as
the tea house, the botanical gardens and spa.
One of the place you will not miss is the colourful Colmar Tropicale
that remind us of the European fairy tale stories with tall
building, clock and castle-like structure. You will see a
cobblestone courtyard where street performances and outdoor dining
are held here. Notice the cuckoo clock tower and go up the viewing
tower in the vicinity.
As you move to the nearby Japanese Village which is set at an
altitude of 1,000 metres above sea level, you will notice a
beautiful landscape and well maintained garden with an invigorating
surrounding. The village also offers a Japanese Restaurant that
serves Japanese cuisine. There is also the Japanese Tea house which
offers you a traditional Japanese tea ceremony experience.
While you are here, try feeding the Japanese Carp or popularly known
as "Koi" in the streams and pools nearby. If you need to refresh you
body, take a hot bath at the Tatami Spa. Finally, there is a
Japanese souvenir shop that offers various souvenir for you to bring
back as a remembrance of your trip here.
For golf enthusiasts, the Berjaya Hills Golf and Country Club offers
an 18-hole picturesque golf course.
Children of all ages will enjoy going to Rabbit Park where over 200
rabbits are kept here for you to cuddle, feed and play. Then there
is the donkey rides that will take you back to the early days in the
Middle East where donkeys were the main transportation used. If you
have the time, go to Deer Sanctuary and you will see many spotted
and Timorensis deers which originates from Holland and Sulawesi,
Indonesia. Horse riding and archery are other activities that one
can do to complete your trip to Bukit Tinggi Resort.