Rising 1,500 metres above sea-level on the Titiwangsa mountain range of Peninsula Malaysia is Fraser's Hill. Named after a solitary English pioneer called James Fraser in the 1890s, it actually consist of seven hills. The architecture of the older buildings are essentially Georgian as it was meant to be a cool retreat from the humidity of the lowlands for the earlier British community when Malaysia was still a colony of the British empire.
Today, it is still a favoured destination for anyone wishing to escape from not only the humidity but also the hustle and bustle of city life. Fraser's Hill is truly an idyllic place for one to rest and to be away from it all.
Fraser's Hill is a quaint little town big on romance. It cent res on a really picturesque market square dominated by a small clock tower. This resort was developed with care and detail to preserve the harmony of its hilly the natural beauty.
Thus, much of its original old-world charm remains unspoilt with well-clipped lawns, sprays of colourful blooms and charmingly secluded clearings. Pretty colonial-style buildings are peppered around town in the guise of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, the post office, police station and tourist information centre. For honeymooners who wish to spend time together uninterrupted, Fraser's Hill is the right honeymoon spot.