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Fraser’s Pine Resort
Jalan Pecah Batu, 49000,
Pahang Darul Makmur,
Tel: 09 - 362 2122 Fax: 09 – 362 2288
The first is via the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway, turning off towards Raub and then off to the left again before Raub to arrive at the Gap.
The other route is the scenic old road towards Penang, branching off at Kuala Lubu Baharu before proceeding to the Gap.
Gap, due to the narrow road, there is a gate which allows for one-way traffic
to the summit. This operates from 6.30 am to 7.00 pm and is open for ascending
traffic at odd numbered hours and descending traffic at even numbered hours.
If you intend travelling by bus to Fraser's Hill, you will be able to catch it from Pudu Raya bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Kubu Baharu, where you will have to take another bus up to Fraser's Hill. The bus travelling up to the summit leaves Kuala Kubu Baharu twice daily, at 8.00 am and 12.00 noon, while the downhill bus leaves Fraser's Hill at 10.00 am and 2.00 pm.
Taxis travelling direct to Fraser's Hill are also available from Kuala Lumpur. You can call any of the radio taxis from Kuala Lumpur. The fare is between RM120.00 to RM150.00 one way (max 4 passengers). You can try one of the radio taxi companies at 03-293 6213 or 03-733 0495.
You may also rent a car from the many car rental companies in any city or airport. The telephone number for AVIS Rent A Car is 03-241 7144 in Kuala Lumpur and 02-737 9477 in Singapore. Car rental rates in Malaysia varies from RM90.00 to RM220.00 per day.
There are air flights into Kuala Lumpur from most parts of the world. Fraser's Pine Resort is also available under Malaysia Airline System (MAS)'s CityStay Programme, Malaysia-on-Wheels Programme and Golden Holidays Programme. You can walk into any MAS office worldwide to book rooms at Fraser's Pine Resort. MAS's ticket reservations telephone number is 03-746 3000.
The Malaysia Railway (KTM) runs from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and northwards to Kuala Perlis. From Kuala Lumpur, you can take a taxi to Fraser's Hill. KTM's contact number is 03-274 7442.
Van, Coach and Limousine
These services are available from Fascinating Travel & Tours (M) Sdn Bhd at 03-704 7728. Chauffeured van charges is RM350.00 per way. One way coach transfer charges starts from RM800.00 including mandatory licenced tour guide. Limousine charges starts from RM200 per way.
On the highlands in Fraser’s Hill, 1500 metres above sea level. It is located near The Paddock and behind the Glen Bungalow. It is also near to the Fraser’s Hill Golf Course, about 1000m.
to the Resort
From Kuala Lumpur and South
If you are travelling from the South or Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Highway and exit at the Rawang Interchange (about 20-25 min, from Kuala Lumpur or Subang Interchange). From Rawang, enter the trunk road towards North. You will pass smaller towns like Serendah, Ulu Yam village and Rasa village in Batang Kali district. Immediately after Rasa (about 1 km), look out for signages which says Bukit Fraser (Fraser’s Hill) or Kuala Kubu Bahru and turn right following signage directions. The journey from Rawang to Kuala Kubu Bahru (foot of Fraser’s Hill) takes about 30-35 minutes.
(Note: There are several petrol stations along the way and motorists are advised to fill up their petrol tanks whenever possible. There are no petrol stations in Fraser's Hill. At Ulu Yam there is a supermarket (Sanata Supermarket) situated near the trunk road where a wide variety of daily provisions and food is offered)
From Penang and North
If you are travelling from the North, enter the North-South Highway and exit at the Tanjong Malim Interchange. Take the trunk road towards South and look out for signage indicating Kuala Kubu Bahru or Bukit Fraser (Fraser’s Hill). Turn left into Kuala Kubu Bahru which is the last stop at the foot of Fraser’s Hill.
From Kuala Kubu Bahru towards
From Kuala Kubu Bahru, drive easterly following a winding road up to the Gap (21 km about 35-45 minutes), where gates (Lower Gate & Upper Gates) control the passage of traffic at the last 7km stretch to Fraser’s Hill. The gate times are :
Going Up (Odd Hours) Going Down (Even Hours)
07.00am – 07.40am
06.00am – 06.40am
09.00am – 09.40am 08.00am – 08.40am
11.00am – 11.40am 10.00am – 10.40am
01.00am – 01.40am 12.00am – 12.40am
03.00am – 03.40am 02.00am – 02.40am
05.00am – 05.40am 04.00am – 04.40am
07.00am – 07.40am 06.00am – 06.40am
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Family Resort Apartments with 3 tastefully furnished bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with cooking facilities, 2 bathrooms, family living room and dining area, TV, IDD telephone, and a spacious balcony with plenty of space for family dining or just to relax in the cool mountain atmosphere.
Corporate Deluxe Apartments with 3 guestrooms of which one is with attached bathroom, lounge with TV, kitchen (without cooking facilities), refrigerator, tea making facilities, IDD telephone and connecting balcony for outdoor dining, entertainment or just do nothing enjoying the serenity and tranquillity that Fraser’s Hill offers.
Executive Hillview Suites, consisting of a spacious guestroom with attached bathroom, lounge and dining area, IDD telephone, kitchen (without cooking facilities), TV, refrigerator, tea making facilities and a balcony with a view of the verdant valley.
Rates (Please refer to season
Executive Suite Superior Suite Corporate Apartment
(1-bedroom) (2-bedroom) (3 –bedroom)
Period RM286.00 Not available RM440.00
Period RM264.00 Not available RM396.00
Period RM242.00 RM308.00 RM352.00
Period RM220.00 RM286.00 RM330.00
Food & Beverage Outlets
at The Pines
A potpourri of Chinese and Malaysian favourites served steaming hot from the kitchens and popular Western cuisine at reasonable prices. The CoffeeHouse is famous for its delicious steamboats and sizzling barbeques.
under the trees in the cool refreshing air for a hot refreshing cup of
tea served traditionally with nasi lemak, pisang goreng together with many
other authentic Malaysian snacks.
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