This Santorini-themed attraction in Cameron Highlands is nestled among fields of colourful flowers alongside a petting zoo, bird park & more

by Kaye Yeo and Marcus Leong

Santorini is such a dreamy vacation spot — just look at the many pictures of the place online and you’ll get what I mean. But of course, flights to Santorini are not cheap. For all you folks who are on a budget, don’t worry you can now get to enjoy a piece of this Greek paradise at just a fraction of the price — how good does that sound? 

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Well, hear me out. This isn’t the real Santorini in Greece, instead it’s Cameron Santorini, located in Cameron Highlands. While you won’t actually be in Santorini, you will be surrounded by the beautiful white and blue Mediterranean houses that really resemble the ones in Greece. 

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The Santorini-inspired attraction is nestled in a farm near Water Cress Valley and you can expect to pose with the beautiful white houses and blue dome churches in the background. If you come around sunset, you might even be able to catch a pretty magnificent view of the evening skies. 

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Cameron Santorini is open from 9am to 6pm daily and entrance into the attraction costs S$11.38 (RM40) for adults and S$3.41 (RM12) for children, aged five to 12 years old

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There’s also a cafe and gift shop on-site for you to grab a bite or maybe a couple of souvenirs to take home with you. Apart from exploring Cameron Santorini, you can also check out the little farms in the area like the floral gardens or even the petting zoo.

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Upon entering the Central Garden, you’ll be greeted by the delightful fragrance of blooming flowers. Mounds of daisies, amaranth, orchids and other colourful flowers will fill every corner of your vision. Paired with the glimmering sunlight shining through the translucent ceiling, you’ll have plenty of stunning shots for your IG feed. 

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There’s even a Secret Garden with windmills spinning lazily in the breeze. Enjoy different species of flowers and vibrant sights here as you stroll through with your family or friends.

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If your relationship is on the rockier side, you might prefer the Cactus Walk, with plenty of prickly cacti and aesthetic succulents that will remind you that as there is life in a desert, there is still hope for your relationship.

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The most exciting part of the place, apart from being in Santorini, is the bird park and zoo, where you can find the chance to get up close and personal with parakeets, sheeps, cats, rabbits and other adorable animals.

You will be allowed to pet the birds as well as feed them with bird feed right from your hand! Parrots, mandarin ducks and majestic peacocks also roam about the bird park, which you’ll be able to easily spot on the suspended walkway through the park.

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Interact with the woolly sheep and gentle lop bunnies, or join the cats in their playroom where you can get to hang out with them.

Feeling a little peckish? Enjoy a strawberry cheesecake from Ori Cakes on a hilltop cafeteria with an amazing panoramic view, or you could indulge in a substantial meal at the food court right by the entrance of the Market.

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Once you’ve eaten your fill, spend the rest of the time shopping at the market below with all sorts of knick-knacks, fresh vegetables, flowers and souvenirs that you can bring home for your friends and family.

Tickets for Agro Market cost only S$7.30 (RM25) for adults, and S$2.92 (RM10) for children above three

Ready to spend a day in (pretend) Santorini? 

Cameron Santorini
📍 PT 3440, Jalan Brinchang, Sungai Burung, 39000 Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
🕑 9am–6pm (Daily)

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