Cameron Highlands, Malaysia and Borneo

If you’re travelling to the hills for echoes of the romance and gracious living of the colonial era, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here. Conceived in high plantation style, with shuttered windows, tall French doors and extensive use of teak and silk, the property looks as it might have before the war, when the hill station and its surrounding tea groves served as the restorative of choice for heat-weary British burrasahibs and their families. The ivory coloured walls and matching upholstery in the rooms are alluringly offset by polished hardwood floors and four-posters fitted with floaty mosquito nets.

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