Kindly note that the OMF Cameron Highlands Bungalow
will be closed until further notice.

Built in 1933 at 1530 meters above sea level, the OMF bungalow was constructed by a businessman (L.S.N) whose initials remain inscribed discreetly above the dining room doors. The name Yee Yoon Kok greets its visitors at the bungalow gate, which is said to mean, ‘The meeting of clouds atop the mountain’.


From 1954 – 1959. the Chefoo school used this building as a school for missionary kids. In 1964, OMF (Overseas Missionary Fellowship) [purchased this property through the sacrificial giving of the missionaries and their home-countries’ supporters to serve as a rest home for missionaries.

Today, this bungalow remains a place of rest, refreshment, and spiritual renewal.


With a variety of rooming arrangements, the bungalow has 9 rooms (all with en suite bathrooms) that can accommodate up to 26 adults.

Christian individuals, families and groups are welcome here to escape the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle.


Breakfast, lunch* and dinner are provided. Come enjoy our wholesome, home-cooked meals!

*lunch is not provided on Sundays.


Add-on menu items i.e. steamboat (min. 10 pax), scones with homemade jam, and homemade paus are available for an additional fee.

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