BOH Tea Garden

History of BOH Tea Garden

Spanning over 465 hectares, BOH Tea Garden is the largest and oldest of BOH’s tea gardens. It is the home of BOH’s first tea factory which was built in the 1930’s. The near 2-kilometre journey from the entrance of the tea garden to the tea centre is filled with a variety of scenic spots that grab one’s immediate attention.

 

Interestingly, its semi concave buildings are two Nissen huts which were built in 1949 during the Malaysian Emergency (1948-1956) to house supplies for troops stationed in Cameron Highlands. These historic colonial buildings lend a rich heritage and quaint country ambience. Whether it’s the local flora or the panoramic vantage point overlooking the garden, this BOH Tea Garden is a hidden gem tucked within the forests of Cameron Highlands.

Attractions

Take a tour of BOH’s first tea factory. It is one of the few remaining tea factories in the world that adopt a fully ‘Rotorvane’ tea processing system

The BOH Café has range of delightful BOH teas to savour and delicious treats to pair them with

Visit BOH’s Tea Gift Shop to get souvenirs for your loved ones

Host of Photo Spots against the backdrop of lush tea plantations

Hidden behind the factory trails is a hiking trail which leads to beautiful mountain views of the tea gardens

Getting Here

BOH Tea Garden

 

Opening Hours: 8.30am – 4.30pm, Tuesdays – Sundays

 

*Closed on Mondays, except for selected public and school holidays

 

Address:

39000 Ringlet, Cameron Highlands

4.448301, 101.422292

 

Tel: +605 493 1324

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