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R.E.A.C.H is a community based organisation formed in 2001 by a group of Cameron Highlands residents alarmed by the rapidly deteriorating environment especially the declining forests and water quality. R.E.A.C.H. aims to preserve, restore and maintain Cameron Highlands as an environmentally sustainable agriculture and hill resort within a permanent nature reserve. We strive to maintain a balance between environmental protection and development and to safeguard water catchment areas as a vital resource for the highlands and lowlands. It is now run by a group of volunteers with funds from membership, donations, small grants, reforestation activities and sales of souvenirs.

Activities include highlighting environmental problems, creating public awareness on environmental issues and conducting water and forest biodiversity studies. Dendrobium brinchangense is the orchid shown in our R.E.A.C.H. logo. It is an endangered orchid first found in Gunung Brinchang and it reflects the fragile nature of our environment. In the course of carrying out our environmental activities we have faced many obstacles but we believe there are many people out there who care. We believe there is hope yet for Cameron Highlands. It is therefore of utmost importance that we preserve our natural heritage

President’s Message

I welcome you to the new look of our online presence. The main message of this website is clear -to share with you, R.E.A.C.H.’s concern for the preservation, restoration, and maintenance of the natural environment in Cameron Highlands. The society, a community-based organisation,officially established on 6th September 2001 believes that in order to achieve its objectives,participation and support from the Cameron Highlands’ community is needed.For that purpose,R.E.A.C.H. actively runs its activities by co-operating with the Local Authorities, schools, business entities, the public and YOU!!! The strength of the society lies in its members.


REACH Constituition


Donations (Tax Exempted)

Effective from the 15th January 2011, donations to Reach will be tax exempted.

Approval was granted by the Inland Revenue Board under Section 44(6)  of the income Tax Act 1967. Ref:LHDN.01/35/42/51/179-6.6831

Gazettement Number: 7217. Donations will be acknowledged with an official receipt.
Donation Method

1. Online Fund Transfer

Maybank Account  holders can log into and follow steps shown:

Click Accounts & Banking / Bill Payments/ Make a One-off Payment/

Select from List / Zakat & Charity/

Select from List / REACH/

Enter Amount, Customer Name, Customer Contact Number / Request TAC number/ Enter TAC number/

Confirm / Print Receipt and fax/email  proof of payment to REACH

2. Cheques/Bankers’ Cheque/Bank Draft made payable to
Regional Environmental Awareness Cameron Highlands and send to REACH Mailing address (as provided below)

3. Payment banked directly  into REACH Account at Maybank No.506 043 316 200  Swift Code: mbbemykl and  fax/email bank-in slip  to REACH

Proof of Payment
Please send proof of payment to REACH with the following particulars for receipts to be issued and posted:

Name, I/C Number ,Mailing Address, Email Address, Contact Number .
Please call REACH should you not receive your receipt within a month.

REACH Mailing Address:

Regional Environmental Awareness Cameron Highlands
No, 1, Main Road , Brinchang ( top floor)
39100 Cameron Highlands,
Pahang, Malaysia


Contact no :

Telephone/Fax No :05 4912978 ( 9am to12.30pm)
Hotline:  019 5145851



Committee Members

The Society is a membership-based organization, managed by elected committee members on a voluntary, non-profit basis. The committee members comprising of local community representatives meet monthly to plan, organize and implement various activities including talks, exhibitions, camping trips, slide shows for the general public and members.

Welcome to Cameron Highlands

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Cameron Highlands is a resort town located on the main mountain range of Peninsular Malaysia. It is a picturesque highland retreat with colonial styled bungalows cast against a backdrop of lush green forest and undulating slopes of terraced tea plantations.However, over the past two decades the rate of development has been especially rampant. While it has benefited the local economy, poor planning and enforcement have led to environmental degradation. Landslides, silted rivers and dams, constant water disruptions and poor water quality have become the norm.