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At Jalan Lady Maxwell. From the Fraser's Hill clock tower, take a 12-o'clock roundabout turn and proceed uphill. Follow the signboard to this resort.
The resort nestled on possibly the highest point in Fraser's Hill. Or at least the highest point accessible by motor vehicles anyway. From the town centre, one could see its apartment blocks towering above the main golf course.
Silverpark Resort offers various types of room - studios, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom suites. I stayed at a 2-bedroom suite, which was fairly large for my standard. The internal fittings are nothing to boast about. But the balcony is quite huge, overlooking the virgin forest. I would advice that visitors not to frequently open the balcony's sliding door because I saw a lot monkeys in the nearby forest. They could easily sneak into your apartment and wreak havoc.
On facilities - there used to be swimming pool, but it was closed for good, which makes more sense on this cool highland retreat. The tennis court is poorly maintained, with uneven surface and considerable amount garbage strewn all over from previously held events.
The Lavender Restaurant was acceptable for me. The food was not too good but the open-air balcony was quite nice with bird's eye view of the surrounding areas including Rawang town and Genting Highlands on clear nights.
Room rates vary from RM125 for studio, RM185 for 2-bedroom and RM215 for 3-bedroom.
A bit poor on maintenance, may seem a bit neglected, but the views are amazing, and the resort staff are friendly.