Japanese Village, Berjaya Hills, Bukit Tinggi

1/ trek up Japanese Village
1. trek up Japanese Village

During my stay at Colmar Tropicale, my friends and I took the shuttle to the Japanese Village further north. The journey took us about 15 to 20 minutes.

2. mini rapids
2. mini rapids
3. Japanese-themed garden
3. Japanese-themed garden

I had expected the Japanese Village to be somewhat like the Japanese Garden in Clingendael Park in Den Haag.

4. ascend higher
4. ascend higher
5. calm pond
5. calm pond

Unfortunately, it is not. There is no particular season to visit because it is open throughout the year.

6. head left for kimono rental at RM20
6. turn left for kimono rental at RM20
7. Zubir is costumed up
7. Zubir is costumed up

After all, there are no specific Japanese plants or flowers to bloom. The village is set in a forest. Since it is located in the highlands, there are some pines, although mainly tropical trees.

8. Zubir poses for a photo
8. Zubir poses for a photo
9. part of the Japanese Village
9. part of the Japanese Village

The main activity at Japanese Village is to rent a kimono for RM20 and take some photos with the Japanese-like garden as backdrop.

10. Marini strikes a pose in her pink kimono
10. Marini strikes a pose in her pink kimono
11. Japanese garden deco
11. Japanese garden deco

You can also participate in the Japanese tea ceremony where four sessions are conducted daily.

12. Ume Tatami Suite
12. Ume Tatami Suite
13. pine trees in a tropical rainforest
13. pine trees in a tropical rainforest

Have you been to this garden? Do you like it?

14. free shuttle is provided for guests at Colmar Tropicale Resort
14. free shuttle is provided for guests at Colmar Tropicale Resort
15. Berjaya Hills
15. Berjaya Hills

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4 thoughts on “Japanese Village, Berjaya Hills, Bukit Tinggi

  1. Wahhh looks like such a peaceful location! Were there many people? I dont think I’ve actually been there even though I’ve visited Bukit Tinggi several times

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