Malaysia Travel

Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills (Part 2)

If you want to take a few days away from the city life, and take your children to a place where they get to see and enjoy the nature, Colmar Tropicale is an option for you to consider.

We were looking for a quiet retreat where we could just enjoy each other’s company in a relaxing and comforting atmosphere, and allow our children to see and breathe the nature. This place has all that we need!

We truly enjoyed walking down the cobblestone streets and taking pictures of the resort with a beautiful landscape as well as scenic views with its vintage buildings, swans, flowers and mountains. In the evening, the sparking street lights never fail to add to its charm.

This is a picture of the street, taken at 5pm and 7pm.



We walked past a pond, and the kids were fascinated with the swans. Our little dare devil Edison stretched his hand towards the swan, and that freaked me out! Do swans bite? No, I don’t think they have teeth, but they can hiss and peck at him.


The medieval buildings are so colourful and unique, they are perfect backdrops for our photos. This is Little Edison, standing at the entrance of Colmar Tropicale.



The front entrance has a draw bridge, and I think that’s the trademark of this resort. We took at least ten shots from different angles here.




This resort has a swimming pool, but we didn’t go swimming because the weather was quite cooling. At night, there aren’t much activities besides the stage performance (which starts at 9:30pm) and kiddie rides.

So, after our dinner, we returned to our suite. The adults watched TV and chit-chat, while the kids were busy playing hide-and-seek. Well, this basically sums up our first day at this resort.

In my next post, I’ll share with you about our visit to the strawberry farm and animal farm. Please stay tuned …

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