Local produce markets can be found all over the highlands and these are one of the spots tourists flock to get everything under one root. There are many of these markets sprouting over the past few years and almost all are located along the main road so you can't miss them. The most popular tourist market is at Kea Farm but you can also find some smaller ones almost everywhere you look.



On Saturday nights, the weekly night market comes to life in Brinchang. This is where you can find all the produce of Cameron Highlands sold in one place. You can get everything cheap here if you know how to bargain. This is also a place to get some good “pasar malam” food.

The Night Market will be open daily during the school holiday and public holidays.


Located at the car park near below The Convent, the Tanah Rata Night Marker is much smaller that the one in Brinchang, however it has everything you will need. From local produce to street food, you can take a stroll here while enjoying the cool evening weather. s

The Night Market will be open daily during the school holiday and public holidays.



Highly popular among local tourists for its highland vegetable produce, Kea Farm is a bustling open market in Cameron Highlands, located 3km north of Brinchang town. This vegetable and fruit market along the highland’s main road is located close to the Copthorne Hotel (formerly Equatorial Resort). Here, farmers sell the best of their products throughout the day, offering to buyers cabbages, fresh carrots, an assortment of other highland greens, corn, strawberries, flowers, souvenirs, honey and potted plants.

Kea Farm at an altitude of 1610 meters above sea level (5282 feet), is also the highest village in Peninsular Malaysia, and lies close to the popular Sungai Palas Tea Estate and the highest mountain in Cameron Highlands, Gunung Brinchang (2031 m). Some other tourist attractions within its vicinity include Rose Center and the Butterfly Garden.

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