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Lavender Garden, Cameron Highlands

It`s a floral theme garden, that has a variety of flowers such as lavenders, orchids, camellias, daisy, lily and many more. The garden is small but filled with flowers and feel like a girl's dream palace. A good time for a walk in nature and flower therapy for the eyes. In the garden, you may buy some souvenirs, ice cream and strawberries.

Admission: Adults: RM 15 Children: RM 10





Rambutan

Rambutan is a South Asian fruit, growing in tropical climate.
Rambutan comes from the word Rambut meaning "hair" in Malay language.
It is an evergreen tree growing to a height of 12–20 m. The fruit is fleshy and it has a taste of sweet and sour. The rambutan fruit is a family of the Lychee fruits.
Rambutan fruits is eaten raw and it is used in cooking and desserts such as: cocktails, drinks, ice cream, cookies.

Top benefits in consuming rambutan is it has trace amounts of zinc, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins B and  vitamin C. 



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