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Deaf in Business: Yong Teng Cafe, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands

Souce images by J&K Deaf Tours & Travel Malaysia - Visit more photos in their facebook.

My deaf friends are working as tour guiders from Deaf Tours & Travel Malaysia. They visited the Cameron Highlands, is one of the most popular hill resort and has the most strawberry farms in Malaysia.

Image credited by TheStar
There are many interesting places to visit the strawberry farms, flower nurseries and adventurous the jungle treks... It also help you to relax and clear your mind! When you visit the Cameron Highlands, you must go to buy the delicious strawberry!

They found the Deaf business - Yong Teng Cafe, Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands. It is located in one the food stalls; and is run by Teng See Poh and his wife, Yong Oi Kim who were both Deaf. They also known as the pancake cafe because the tourists really love their unique pancakes with the fruit toppings, such as strawberry and banana! For an additional 50 sen, you can have a scoop of ice-cream as well. They also serves nasi lemak, burgers, hot dogs, toast and half-boiled eggs.

How the hearing custromers to order the food & drink?
They prepared the pen and paper for the custromers to order or showed the menu in photos so easily. Don't worry, the menu photos in the English and Chinese language, just point on the menu as what you like. They are very friendly to their custromers always!

For Deaf custromers, no problem because they know the sign language, and can communicate with them. Next time, you visit the Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, you try to eat the pancakes from Yong Teng Cafe ya!

Stall No 4 at the Majlis Daerah stalls
(opposite Bank Pertanian Malaysia),
Tanah Rata.
Open: 8am-5pm.

Yong Teng Cafe also published in an article, "Tasty morsels" dated November 8, 2009 in TheStar newspaper.

Thanks to J&K Deaf Tours & Travel Malaysia!

If you, Deaf tourist from oversea, or local tourist in Malaysia or hearing friends who interested in Deaf travel, please visit their website, http://www.jimmykathy.com/malaysiandeaftours/  If you are hearing, you can communicate with the Deaf tour guiders via pen and paper.

Last time in 2009, I wrote an article about them and check out on this information here.

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