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Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia
25 May — 26 May2
Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia
Wed 25/5
Thu 26/5
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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Bukit Tinggi:€52/night
Cheapest price found:€17/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
€30 - €73
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€30 - €97
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Bukit Tinggi

About Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi is a cultural hotspot known for its French-themed Colmar Tropicale complex and Japanese Village gardens. Experience authentic restaurants, teahouses, Zen gardens and tatami suites in this multicultural city.

Things to do

Transport yourself hundreds of kilometres away to Europe and visit Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi’s expansive homage to European art and architecture. Rising high above the sea and surrounded by lush green forest, Colmar Tropicale’s famous French-themed village is complete with cobblestone squares and lively French cafes.

Adding to Bukit Tinggi’s multiculturalism, the Japanese Village is a perfect place to relax after a fun-filled day of exploring. Experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony or chill out among aromatic flowers in the botanical garden. Don a kimono and slowly make your way through the tranquil gardens and koi ponds, designed and handcrafted by Japanese architect Kaio Ariizumi.

Explore the centre of Bukit Tinggi and you’ll likely notice a majestic white clock tower. Built in 1926, Djam Gadang was given to the city by the Queen of Holland. From here you can see the mist-covered mountains surrounding Bukit Tinggi, including the active volcano Mount Marapi.

Getting around

Bukit Tinggi is a 60-minute drive away from Kuala Lumpur. With attractions dotted throughout, private transportation is considered the best option. Bus and shuttle services from the city centre also take you to popular destinations, such as Colmar Tropicale.

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Bukit Tinggi is a cultural hotspot known for its French-themed Colmar Tropicale complex and Japanese Village gardens. Experience authentic restaurants, teahouses, Zen gardens and tatami suites in this multicultural city.

Things to do in Bukit Tinggi

Transport yourself hundreds of kilometres away to Europe and visit Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi’s expansive homage to European art and architecture. Rising high above the sea and surrounded by lush green forest, Colmar Tropicale’s famous French-themed village is complete with cobblestone squares and lively French cafes.

Adding to Bukit Tinggi’s multiculturalism, the Japanese Village is a perfect place to relax after a fun-filled day of exploring. Experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony or chill out among aromatic flowers in the botanical garden. Don a kimono and slowly make your way through the tranquil gardens and koi ponds, designed and handcrafted by Japanese architect Kaio Ariizumi.

Explore the centre of Bukit Tinggi and you’ll likely notice a majestic white clock tower. Built in 1926, Djam Gadang was given to the city by the Queen of Holland. From here you can see the mist-covered mountains surrounding Bukit Tinggi, including the active volcano Mount Marapi.

Getting around Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi is a 60-minute drive away from Kuala Lumpur. With attractions dotted throughout, private transportation is considered the best option. Bus and shuttle services from the city centre also take you to popular destinations, such as Colmar Tropicale.

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