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  1. 1. 1. Simpang Pulai - CH Route A181 The first route (Simpang Pulai-CH Route A181) is the easiest and most comfortable route. Highly recommended for families with young children. Simpang Pulai is a small town next to the North South Expressway. If you are coming from the North South Expressway, take Exit 137 (Simpang Pulai), this should be close to the Ipoh exit and turn right at the traffic light after you have paid your highway tolls. Turn right again at the next traffic light about 200 meters away into route A181 to Cameron Highlands. This might not look like a main road to you, there are many small villages and marble/cement factories on the way up, and there are many road signs. After about 1 hour going uphill, you will reach a T-junctio. If you go straight, you will end up in Gua Musang (see route 3). Turn right at this junction into Kampung Raja, follow the signs saying Brinchang and Tanah Rata (another 30km). Driving tips: - there are no petrol stations from Simpang Pulai all the way up to Kampung Raja (50 km uphill). So, try to tank before going up, there are many petrol stations along the main road after you leave the highway. - most stretches going up hill has got double overtaking lanes. Be patient and wait until you see the overtaking lanes before attempting to do so around a blind corner.
  2. 2. 2. Tapah - Cameron Highlands Federal Route 59 This is also known as the OLD road. Most visitors coming from the south will take this route, but many locals prefer to drive further north to Simpang Pulai to take the more comfortable route. If you are coming from the North South Expressway, take Exit 132 (Tapah). Once you have paid the highway toll, turn left at the traffic lights and this long and winding road leads you up to Ringlet - Tanah Rata- Brinchang.You will need about 1.5 hours on this old road from Tapah to Tanah Rata, especially if you are stuck behind a very slow heavy vehicle. There are almost no overtaking chances on this road. Be prepared for falling debris or minor landslides along this narrow road. The Lata Iskandar waterfall is a nice place for a short stop although there are loads of rubbish around the waterfall and hawker stalls. Try not to swim there because of the rubbish. Driving tips: - there are no petrol stations from Tapah to Ringlet, about 60km stretch. So, try to tank before going up, again, there are many petrol stations along the main road after you leave the highway. -bring some plastic bags for children, as they get very easily car-sick from all the bends. The roads are very narrow and does not offer any space for short pull-overs for throwing-up. You will need to do this in your own car. - watch out for falling debris and landslides. - AVOID this road at night. It is not lighted up and it gets pitch black. Driving at night with the fog is very dangerous. - Be patient. There are lots of heavy vehicles on this route. DO not overtake if you cannot see.

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