Cameron Highlands is an area in the northwestern part of the state of Pahang in Malaysia. Named after the British explorer William Cameron, this area experienced development during the British colonial rule, when there were gardens, tea plantations, golf courses, and bungalows introduced. The climate in the Cameron Highlands is somewhat cooler compared to the rest of the country, which favors the cultivation of fruits, tea, coffee, and vegetables. Also, this area is a traditional refugee of the British people who were tired of the hot climate. Nature was also gifted here, so you can find rare plants like Rafflesia, which has the largest flower in the world.