Look At Pretty Tulips In Full Bloom At Cameron Highlands If You Need To Soul-Cleanse

Fine, I'll go back to Cameron Highlands again.

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Nestled amidst the misty hills of Cameron Highlands lies a vibrant sea of tulips in full bloom

Tulips are the national flower of Turkey and the Netherlands, but they've found an unexpected home in Cameron Highlands, Pahang, according to The Star.

From delicate pastel hues to bold and vibrant shades, the tulips have become an annual tourist attraction, drawing those who wish to see these beauties up close.

Interestingly, about 2,500 tulip buds are in full bloom, which is much more than usual due to the hot weather we've been experiencing in the country lately.

The tulips are planted at MARDI Agrotechnology Park, an agricultural research station at Tanah Rata, managed by Malaysia Agriculture Research and Development Institute (MARDI)

The park is open to the public with an entrance fee of RM5 for children and senior citizens, RM10 for adults, and free for the disabled.

You can catch other popular flowers on display such as camellias, dahlias, petunias, lilies, and roses.

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