Amazing Hill Station Destinations in Asia

Are you looking for an ideal destination that offers mildness, a pristine climate and nothing but greenery all around? For all those weary souls who are exhausted from the city bustle and noise, hill stations offer the travel experience.

They are the perfect places to rejuvenate, restore and rediscover your soul. Of all regions, many travelers prefer Southeast Asia for budgetary reasons, as well as the versatile presence of the destinations.

We bring you the amazing list of hill station destinations in Asia that leave a lasting impression on many levels:

  1. Shimla, India: Snow-capped hills, calm lakes and alluring greenery make Shimla a fantastic hill station to visit. Called the Queen of Hill Stations, Shimla is also famous for its world-class apple orchards. Visit the Summer Hills, Jakhool Hill, Sandal Point and stunning sunrises and sunsets at Shaily Peak. Indulge in fun shopping on Mall Road for crafts, pottery, jewelry, and woolen clothing.

  2. Baguio, Philippines: Called the City of Pines, this destination attracts a maximum number of travelers than any other place in this country. Burnham Park, Baguio Cathedral and Tam-Awan Village are the must-see places. John Hay Camp is here called Little America, which was originally used by the United States Armed Forces, which was later converted into a complex.

    Baguio, Philippines

  3. Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo), Myanmar: Also known as Summertown, it was designed to beat the summer heat to the delight of locals. The colonial hill station still retains the old school charm despite contemporary developments. Breathtaking botanical gardens, giant waterfalls like Dat Taw Gyaint, and Peik Chin Myaung cave are must-see places here.

    Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo), Myanmar

  4. Cameron Highlands, Malaysia: Malaysia’s largest hill station is full of eucalyptus scents, strawberry farms and bustling tea plantations. The mild temperatures here of up to 20 degrees Celsius are a delight to escape the humid climates of Kuala Lumpur. Take a nature walk through the mossy forest and also indulge in a nature hike on this path.

    Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

  5. Da Lat, Vietnam: Located 1500m above sea level, Da Lat is well equipped with flower gardens, French villas and beautiful lakes. Known as the city of eternal spring, this former French colony is also called Petit Paris for its visits as a couple. Visit Hang Nga Crazy House, Dambri Falls, Elephant Falls, and Dalat Cathedral for a heartwarming experience.

    Da Lat, Vietnam

  6. Bogor, Indonesia: While the islands of Bali are the country’s most obvious destination, this West Java hill station is a premier cultural and tourist hub. Also visit the city’s oldest botanical garden, the Presidential Palace and the Orchid Garden. Puncak’s tea plantations are a blast, and if your adventurous spirit calls for it, take the Taman Safari and try rafting on the Cianten River.

    Bogor, Indonesia

  7. Bandarban, Bangladesh: Located on the slopes of Chittagong Hill, it is a very sparsely populated area to the delight of tourists. Visit Boga Lake, Buddha Dhatu Jadi, and Chimbuk Hill for everlasting bliss. Another exciting attraction in the city is the Jhulant Sethu and the suspension bridge.

    Bandarban, Bangladesh

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