I have a lot of curiosity about this type of maple simply because not much people pay attentions about Norway maple and hopefully somebody here or any horticulturalists can help me out by providing some advice about this type of maple. Thank you. Presently, my uncle has a house and a piece of land in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. Malaysia is an equatorial tropical weather country. The warm weather is quite constant and stable, not much fluctuations, but it comes with high humidity. But my uncle's house located at Kea Farm area in Cameron Highlands (1600m-1680m elevation above sea level) enjoy constant weather between 15-24 degree Celsius nearly everyday, sometimes, by end of the year or even April to May the weather might even plunged to 10-19 degree Celsius for a month or two. Just around two years ago, there was even a cold front that made the weather in certain parts of Cameron Highlands plunged to 9-15 degree Celsius and there was snow in northern part of Vietnam during that year (ok, this part is not really relevant to my inquiry). Is it possible to plant some Norway maple in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia??? Do we need to plant it under the shade from the strong sun??? Like tonight (16th July 2018), the major town in Cameron Highlands, Tanah Rata was around 12 degree Celsius. Cameron Highlands has this kind of constant cool weather, is it suitable for the Norway maple??? Or what kind of maple or acer plant/tree do you recommend for Cameron Highlands in Malaysia??? Tanah Rata Weather - AccuWeather Forecast for Pahang Malaysia Can Norway maple ended up as a pest species and compete with native or local plants/trees??? Thank you.