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Friday, April 26, 2013

Public Park at Fraser's Hill (Taman Awam Bukit Fraser) - Part 4


Taman Awam Bukit Fraser is a public park located along Pine Tree Road. The new English theme garden (Taman Bunga Bukit Fraser) that I wrote about in my previous post (Part 3) is just across the road. Here's the children's playground with slides, swing and benches to sit on. There is a small tarmac circuit and a little putting course for children and family amusement.


This is a neat and clean public park beautifully landscaped with coniferous trees, shrubs and flowering vines. 

“Public Park at Fraser's Hill (Taman Awam Bukit Fraser) - Part 4”, a copyrighted post, was written for My Nice Garden blog by Autumn Belle @ on April 26th, 2013


This pergola has 2 different vines twining together with blue and scarlet flowers providing a striking contrast to the dark green foliage.

One can sit on the wooden or stone benches in the open or under the shade of a gazebo to bask in the cool mountain air and enjoy the lovely views from the hilltop.

Scientific name: Thunbergia grandiflora
Common names:
Bengal Cockvine, Bengal Trumpet, 
Blue Skyflower, Blue Thunbergia, Blue Trumpetvine,
Clockvine, Skyflower and Skyvine

It is native to China, India, Nepal, Indochina and Burma.


Scientific name: Passiflora coccinea
Common names: Scarlet Passion Flower, Red Granadilla, Maracuj√°-poranga


This is the ticketing booth for the entrance to the mini golf. 
The charges are RM 6.00 for 30 min. play.


The washrooms at Taman Awam Bukit Fraser (Fraser's Hill Public Park).


The food court at Taman Awam Bukit Fraser. The food stalls here are few but they have quite a good selection of local, particularly Malay dishes.


Cosy ambience.


There are a few shops selling sundry items, provisions, toiletries and some souvenirs. Surprisingly, I have not seen any plant nurseries or florist shops here at Fraser's Hill. The place is more crowded during the weekends. Weekdays are more leisure and slow-paced.


  1. The flowers on those vines are gorgeous, especially the Thunbergia.

  2. I would love to visit!

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  3. It really looks cool and very subtropical, oh how i would love to live in a place like this. The trees are real upland dwellers and the design of the last photo is very European, just right to fit the English gardens. I love to go there too, wider and prettier than Genting. I've not been to Cameron though!

  4. A lovely glimpse of Malaysian places and culture!

  5. *sigh* It looks so peaceful, I wish I were there now. Can small cars like a Kancil go up? ^.^

  6. Great photos and what a wonderful place to visit.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

  7. Wow, a mini golf course, cool. Love the Thunbergia and the Passiflora.

  8. Your public places are so clean, bright and inviting...

  9. Oh I have not been to Fraser Hill for such a long time!
    Thank you for taking us along.

  10. Fraser is really so beautiful palce to visit!


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