Live In A French Village & Stay In The Hills At Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi

Live In A French Village & Stay In The Hills At Colmar Tropicale, Bukit Tinggi

Malaysia is home to many nature retreats providing an easy way for city dwellers to get a change of scenery, such as Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills in Pahang, which offers a weekend getaway with cooler weather.

Inspired by the 16th-century town of Colmar in France, Colmar Tropicale has several attractions to visit, including an Equestrian centre, Adventure Park, Rabbit Park, and a Botanical Garden.

Colmar Tropicale Hotel

Colmar Tropicale is a hotel and resort located in the Bukit Tinggi area of Pahang, Malaysia. The resort is known for its unique architecture, which combines elements of European and Asian design, creating a picturesque and romantic setting.

Guests can experience a peaceful and rejuvenating stay while surrounded by the centuries-old French charm and culture of the village at Colmar Tropicale. The hotel consists of a single pedestrian street lined with colourful buildings on either side, which contain guest rooms and facilities.

The hotel offers a range of accommodations, including guest rooms, suites, and bungalows, all of which are equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and private balconies.

The resort also has a number of on-site facilities and activities, including a spa, fitness centre, swimming pool, and a variety of dining options.

In addition to the hotel’s amenities and facilities, Colmar Tropicale is also located in a prime location, making it a convenient base for exploring the surrounding area.

  • Address: KM 48 Persimpangan Bertingkat, Karak Expy, Bukit Tinggi, 28750 Bentong, Pahang
  • Contact: 09-221 3666
  • Price: RM170+
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Japanese Village @ Colmar Tropicale

One of the main draws at Colmar Tropicale is the Japanese Village, which can be reached by taking a complimentary shuttle from the main resort.

Designed by Japanese architect Kaio Ariizumi, the village features a traditional Japanese tea house, Bonsai-style trees, calming streams, and more.

However, it is important to note that visitors must climb 88 steps to reach the village and there is currently no alternative entrance available.

Those who are able to make the climb will be rewarded with beautiful scenery at the top. While at the Japanese Village, visitors can also rent a kimono for RM20 and participate in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony or relax at the Tatami Spa.

It is a popular attraction, so it may take some time to capture crowd-free moments, but the wait is worth it.

Book Colmar Bukit Tinggi and Japanese Village Day Tour by clicking here.