Is it worth your time to drop by Cactus Point in Cameron Highlands? Absolutely, if you’re keen on increasing your succulent or flower collection.
Moreover, they have some very impressive specimens to see. Which is why you should go even if you’re not planning on buying anything.
If you want to know more about Cactus Point Cameron Highlands, keep reading.
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About Cactus Point Cameron Highlands
Cactus Point Cameron Highlands is one of the oldest attractions in Cameron Highlands. It is round a curve between Brinchang and Tanah Rata.
Because of its location, it’s a convenient stop between other attractions.
And they have a visitors car park too. Which does not have applicable parking fees.
The place is both a tourist attraction and a gardening supply shop.
Entrance Fees At Cactus Point Cameron Highlands
It is completely free to wander into Cactus Point Cameron Highlands and browse through their collection of cacti and other plants.
PS: There is a modest strawberry section too. It is at the far right of the shop and close to the toilets at the back.
What To See At Cactus Point Cameron Highlands
There are so many different species of cacti at Cactus Point Cameron Highlands. And in between rows of young cacti are more mature cacti. Some are nearing the ceiling.
The large rounds ones at the back are for sale too. Although the price tags are just as hefty as the cacti themselves.
Most of the nursery is devoted to cacti. But they do have a smaller flower section upfront too.
Their secret to their stunning blooms is evident in the air – chicken poop fertilizer. And you can see that they also use a lot of it for their cacti.
What To Buy At Cactus Point Cameron Highlands
At the very back of the nursery is a gift shop and arcade section. But while they are in good shape, it looks like these two sections doesn’t see much action.
The front of the shop is where the counter is. As well as a tremendous selection of plastic and ceramic pots for indoor plants.
There are all shapes and sizes and many styles to choose from. Additionally, the prices are very affordable.
We could not resist getting 3 sizeable ceramic pots – and our total came up to RM60!
Overview Of Cactus Point Cameron Highlands
What we like:
- Many gorgeous plants to see – especially cacti
- Free entry
- Easy parking
- Affordable gardening supplies
- Well-maintained premise
What we don’t like:
- Strong smell of chicken poop
If you haven’t been to Cactus Point Cameron Highlands before, or just have some time to pass, this is a great 30-minute stop.
Anyone who looks after plants can especially appreciate how much the plants here are thriving. And pick up some plants or gardening supplies at the same time!