Brinchang is a wonderful town and also a hill resort located near Cameron Highlands in Malaysia. The town is located at an altitude of 1,540 metres and is quite small, but is however quite picturesque and vibrant, and is a popular tourist destination. Muslims visiting Brinchang will be able to find a few Muslim-friendly facilities.
The town features a good range of hotels and dining facilities and gives visitors several opportunities of enjoyment. The best way to get around Brinchang is on foot. There are several buildings around the town that imitate English Tudor-style architecture. There are also several tea plantations and strawberry farms around Brinchang that are must-visits. Mount Brinchang is one of the highest peaks in the area and can be accessed by car.
There is a lot of natural beauty surrounding Brinchang. One such attraction is the Mossy Forest. Visitors can walk around the boardwalk and the staircases to get a complete view of the area. In the town the Time Tunnel Museum is a good place to visit to refresh the memories of olden days.
Those interested in shopping can visit the Night market which is held every Saturday in Brinchang. There are also a number of small shops and stores where visitors can find a number of items including local handicrafts and souvenirs.
The nearest airport to Brinchang is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which is located about 124km from Brinchang. From the airport visitors can take private transfers to Brinchang or take taxis. There are also coaches available from that airport to Brinchang.
There are a number of Muslim-friendly restaurants in Brinchang where visitors can taste delicious local and international cuisines. The best places to dine in Brinchang are Rosa Passedena, Nasya restaurant, Naimah Restaurant, Fauzi Tomyam restaurant, etc.
There are a few mosques in Brinchang, the most prominent being the Masjid Kayangan. Visitors can ask with locals about the directions to the mosque.