Colmar Tropicale: Japanese Village


Berjaya Hills, Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia – As mentioned in our previous post, there’s nothing much to do in Colmar Tropicale besides taking pictures and to get the most out of your visit, you might as well go to their Japanese village.

Welcome! to Japanese Village
Welcome! to Japanese Village

The entrance fee and shuttle service to/from French village were already included in our purchased ticket from the Colmar Tropicale office in Berjaya Time Square, KL.

Enjoying the view at Japanese Village
Enjoying the view at Japanese Village

Located 5 minutes shuttle ride away from the main resort, this attraction features the following:

What to see?
What to see?
  • Botanical Garden where there is nothing much to see besides green, green and green plants (Yea, there’s no label so don’t know what to call them. 😀 )
Botanical Garden
Botanical Garden
  • Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant and as mentioned on our previous posts, restaurants here are pricey. Since we’re on a budget, we weren’t able to try their menu (though the foods sounds like an authentic Japanese  cuisine).
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Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant
  • Ume Tatami Suite and Tatami Spa which we weren’t able to see due to visitors were seated and piled up in front of its entrance
    • Japanese Tea House where you can rent a Kimono for 20 RM / ~6 USD. Other than this, you can also take part in the tea ceremony which is more expensive at 28 RM / ~8.50 USD. Thus, we rented only the Kimono and make the most out of our money taking pictures than doing nothing.
Sheila wearing Kimono and in character for photos.
Sheila wearing Kimono and in character for photos.
Rap wearing Kimono and in character for photos.
Rap wearing Kimono and in character for photos.
Goofing around
Goofing around wearing Kimonos
Inside the Japanese Tea House
Inside the Japanese Tea House

Overall, though we obviously enjoyed our visit, Colmar Tropicale Resort is place you must go but perhaps only once, nuff said. 🙂

For more info and photos, check out Colmar Tropicale: Malaysia’s Little France

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