Fraser's Hill

Fraser's Hill is named after Louis James Fraser, a Scotsman who prospected for gold in Australia but eventually struck tin are here instead in the 1890s. It is located at the Titiwangsa Ridge, in the state of Pahang in Malaysia. At 1,524 metres above sea level, Fraser's Hill is accessible via a 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. It's cool weather (16ºC – 18ºC) makes it a perfect getaway for locals and tourists alike.

This highlands resort is a naturalist's paradise, boasting innumerable plant, bird and animal species. This place is also popular for trekking, bird watching, horse riding, fishing and camping.

Access to Fraser's Hill is only possible by road via The Gap at the base of the resort.

Fraser's Hill is akin to a little Scottish village with granite-coloured mock Tudor buildings dotting the landscape. The town is relatively small, with much of the activity centred on a market square dominated by a little clock tower. Most of the town's amenities are housed in colonial-styled buildings.

Considered one of Malaysia's premier locations for bird-watching, this hill resort hosts the annual Fraser's Hill International Bird Race.  You can also indulge in a game of golf at the Fraser's Hill Golf Club or go fishing (catch and release only) and boating at Allans' Water, stroll along the many beautiful flower gardens and parks or have a splash in the icy cold Jeriau Waterfalls.