Settled up in the hills of north central Peninsular Malaysia is the Cameron Highlands. It is a small town filled with numerous tea plantations, strawberry farms, and beautiful forests. Our journey started out four wheel driving in a 1975 Range Rover, upon arriving in the middle of the rainforest we started a 3 hour hike to see the Rafflesia flower. Like many other things in Malaysia, the Rafflesia is said to be the biggest flower in the world, but I have come to find out that it is just the biggest flower in Malaysia. It is more scientifically compared to a fungus as it has no roots or leaves. After the flower hike we toured the tea plantations which had endless beautiful waved rows of tea for as far as you could see. The Mossy Forrest was our next stop and probably the most unique. Situated high atop a mountain where layers of fog reside is the Mossy Forest. It is hundreds of interwoven trees covered in a blanket of moss and because the moss is so thick it creates a natural bridge from tree to tree. Cameron Highlands is a nice place to escape the typical temperatures of Malaysia.