Saturday, June 21, 2008

Japanese Village, Bukit Tinggi

Japanese Village, Bukit Tinggi is located 3,500 feet above the sea level. It is claimed to be the first Japanese village outside of Japan. Residing in the village are the Japanese Tea House, Botanical Garden, Ryo Zan Tei Restaurant, Souvenir Shop, Tatami Spa as well as the Ume Tatami Suite.

A picturesque Japanese footpath will lead you through a beautiful garden to a waterfall, over a bridge spanning a koi pond and up to a Japanese Tea House. You'll experience the "Gateway to Nature". A cobbled pathway leads your way through a nature trail of a collection of native and introduced plants.

The Japanese Tea House was constructed with quality woods; the interior od the room, lattice materials, stones, paper doors, surfaces textures, including the ornaments used in the design. Demonstration of the traditional Japanese Tea ceremony and kimono rental is also made available for you. Every detail you see captures the spirit of Japanese craftsmanship.

You will get a chance to enjoy a wide variety of Japanese cuisine in the midst of a tropical rainforest if you wish to dine in Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant. And if you wish to experience the Japanese culture for longer than a day, Ume Tatami Suite is exclusively for you. Besides, Tatami Spa is another attraction. They offer various pampering treatments from massage to body wrapping and foot reflexology. Revitalizing indulgence for body, mind and soul!

Here are some photo shots exclusivesly for my blogger friends. Have fun!





8 comments:

New Kid on the Blog said...

Ah,... they have spa.... :)

Little Inbox said...

Yes, but I didn't try. Haha...

Liang Mui said...

yes~~ i wil b going there next month.. cant wait for it now :).. so next month wil b my turn to take the pics n share it out to u all.. yahoo~~

Little Inbox said...

Liang Mui. it's a nice place for 2D1N short break. Stay too long will feel bored, cuz not many things to see.

Liang Mui said...

ya.. i went there once for company meeting.. damn boring. i was there for 3 hrs.. and i'm bored..

this time hope wil b better cos there wil b a group of us :)

Little Inbox said...

Liang Mui, I guess big group should be fun lar.

mekurukito said...

i love going to the japanese village all the time. lovely place ain't it? ;)

Little Inbox said...

Yes, Nana. While walking along the path, I can smell the fragrant from the plants.