A re-visit trip. Can you imagine been there on CNY holiday? Yeah! really... no kidding!... My office closed for almost a week (+ weekend) and I had no plan of going anywhere. It was a last minute decision and fortunately managed to get a room (last room!)...considered very lucky yet have no option instead have to take the last available room. Coudn't recall what room was it but it costs me RM300/nite. Huh! never mind lah, at least I could go somewhere to chill out :-P

Crowded? Not really but super crowded..yeah...There were many local and tourist mostly from Taiwan. Driving up to Bukit Tinggi was smooth & easy and it took about 45minutes-1hr from KL. Check-in was really damn slow due to many guest and they were shorthanded. Only 2 staff on duty for check-in & check-out counter on public holiday!...hemmmm...*weird* :-O

Nothing much you can do here except enjoying nature relaxation away from busy life and experience a France Village theme holiday but it's totally wonderful for children! Berjaya Hills offers few interesting places to explore like Japanese Village, Botanical Garden, Rabbit Park, Deer Sanctuary, Horse Trail, Kid Clubs, happening street & stage performances and etc.

From clockwise: Bathroom with bath tub - restaurant - main transportation within the resort - Room with poster bed with net curtain (quite old & worn out furniture they have)

Japanese Village - Here you could rental a kimono for 15minutes @ RM25/person for your personal photoshoot

Botanical Garden - Beautiful tropical garden. Great for picnic!

Horse Trail
I had a horse ride here. The horse's name is Felicia. She is so pretty!

Moat with Resident Swans
Gorgeous white & black swans floating & swimming freely in the moat.

Rabbit Park
Pity all those rabbits. They are suffering from the VERY NAUGHTY kids and irresponsible parents who never bother their children chasing, kicking and hitting the poor rabbits.

See the cat? so cute & fat (for a stray cat) but not really friendly :-(
maybe she's too scared of people

Koi Pond welcomes you at the Japanese Village