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Colmar Tropicale Resort

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+60 (9) 221 3666   Website   2365   3   0
KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak, Bukit Tinggi, Bentong
Pahang, Malaysia 28750
 
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Listing created by brian998 on November 08, 2012    

Colmar Tropicale is one of the most unique attractions at Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. It takes about 45 minutes drive from Malaysia's Main City, Kuala Lumpur. The resort famous for its unique 16th century French-themed architecture. It stands 2,600 feet above sea level and resides on 80 acres of natural forest. 

The attractions nearby include the Japanese Village and Botanical Gardens.

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Over-rated attraction spot

They claim that the building has a French heritage influence in the building which in my opinion, it had and was one beautiful building. It looks better on the outside and I would recommend tourists to leave it at that. Just stand outside and take all the pictures you need because the fees they charge inside, you'd think the place is a den for robbers to rob innocent tourists and part them from their money.

The best way to enjoy this attraction spot is to just stand out side folks, because you will be charged fees over and over again inside so do yourself and your wallet a favor. Look on the outside,in.

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Expensive tourist spot

Well known for their French-themed building. However, I did not see much French influence in their building. The place is breathtaking, with forest and cool climate. It is not so crowded and the climate is good for everyone to walk around as you hardly sweat. You can ride a horse here and fantasize yourself as the prince charming in the late 16th century. The down side of Bukit Tinggi – it is about money. Entrance fee is RM10 per head during my visit. A plain roti canai cost you RM12. Not sure what kind of flour they are using. If you are rich, go ahead and spend your great day, else you better check your credit limit.

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