Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills (Part 1)

Last week, we went for a short resort holiday in Malaysia with my parents, my brother and his family. School holiday is here, and going on a short vacation is a wonderful and relaxing way to take a break from the hurried and stressful lives that so many of us are facing.

This trip was a perfect blend of fun, excitement and relaxation. It’s a pity that V is unable to join us due to his work commitment. So, I flew solo to KL with Little Edison, met up with my family members and drove to Berjaya Hills together.

As an introduction, Colmar Tropicale is a unique French-themed resort that sits 2,700 feet above sea-level. The first of its kind in Malaysia, this resort is inspired by the 16th Century Colmar Village in Alsace, France.

Visitors can indulge in a truly continental French experience in this resort, alongside beautiful architecture and historically-designed landmarks that will surely bring them a step back in time.

This resort is located at Bukit Tinggi in the Pahang state. It’s about 2 hours drive from the KL LCCT airport. My brother has earlier booked a two-bedroom suite that can accommodate a family of 6 in comfort. We checked-in to our suite at around 5pm. We quickly took a shower and went out for an evening stroll.

Here are some pictures of our two-bedroom suite. It is very clean and spacious, with a living area, kitchen area, two separate bedrooms (both rooms with attached toilets) and a common toilet.

Living and dining area
Bedroom 1 - with a king size bed & attached toilet
Another picture of Bedroom 1, showing the TV

This bedroom (pictures above) is really VERY spacious. It has a two-door wardrobe and two side tables, next to the king-size bed. It has ample space for the kids to run around, and we also requested for an additional bed in this room.

Bedroom 2 with two super-single beds and attached toilet
Toilet, dining and kitchen areas

To be continued …

3 thoughts on “Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills (Part 1)

  1. Hi, this place looks great for a family getaway 🙂
    I wonder if December is a good time to visit. Would you have any idea?

    1. Hi Michelle,
      This place is quite suitable for family getaway, especially if you have young kids. It’s pretty relaxing and the weather is great! I’m not sure about Dec because it’s school holiday. You may want to call them to check out. Thanks!

  2. Hi Emily,
    Thanks for your reply. Looking for a getaway where my son and my neices can have fun and get near to nature so this place seems suitable. I will go and find out more details. Just afraid Dec weather might be too cold. Thanks!

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