Tropical Fruit Farm Gives You The Chance To Taste Fresh Local Fruits

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The Tropical Fruit Farm takes advantage of the fact that Malaysia is home to 370 different types of edible fruits and grows many of these in one location, making it easy for locals and tourists alike to find a wide selection.

The Tropical Fruit Farm is home to 250 species of fruit on 25 acres of land. The farm is around 800 feet above the sea level, among the hills of Teluk Bahang, and this means that in addition to sampling delicious fruit, you will also be able to take advantage of beautiful views of the area, letting you see several of the places to visit in Penang off in the distance.

When the Tropical Fruit Farm was first developed in 1993, it aimed to conserve exotic and rare fruit trees, provide education, and help with eco- and agro-tourism. Today the orchard offers exotic fruits from around the world, including the Pacific Islands, the Caribbean, the Middle East, India, Central Africa, South and Central America, and of course local fruits as well. To continue its message, the Tropical Fruit Farm relies on organic fertilizers, reducing the amount of chemicals in the environment.

When you enter the Tropical Fruit Farm, your admission fee will cover a guided tour as well as a meal if you so choose. The guided tour takes about 30 minutes and the tours can be in English or Chinese. At the end of every tour, you get to enjoy freshly sliced fruit as well as fresh squeezed fruit juice while relaxing and taking advantage of the view.

Depending on when you plan to visit, you can opt for the guided farm tour as well as a BBQ lunch or dinner with the lunch being served from 12 to 3 and the dinner from 6 to 8. Each of these requires previous booking, but includes a buffet and unlimited fresh fruit juice, making it one of the best things to do in Malaysia for those who want to try local cuisine while enjoying breathtaking views.

While on the Tropical Fruit Farm, you can also choose to purchase some fresh fruit or fruit juice to take back with you to your hotel. You can also get fruit-shaped keychains, magnets, flower pots, toys, vases, and products such as coconut oil.

Tropical Fruit Farm is located in Teluk Bahang. The farm is open from 9 am to 5 pm each day and the price depends on what you plan on doing. The farm visit alone is RM35 for adults and RM25 for children. With lunch, it is RM60 or RM45 and with dinner, it is RM80 or RM70. Some tour companies will offer transportation to the farm for an increased price, generally around £35 to 40.

As with all the other natural places to visit in Malaysia, the Tropical Fruit Farm can only last as long as visitors continue to care for it. Encourage its mission by respecting the plants and you will have a wonderful experience.

About Langkawi Coral

Langkawi Coral promote Green Tourism, environmentally responsible travel to natural areas to appreciate nature and promote conservation, and sustain the well being of local people. We share with tourists not only the best of Penang and Langkawi in nature, culture, heritage and adventure but also the importance of conservation to preserve rich natural splendors and cultural heritages in Malaysia. | 我们推广绿色旅游,在自然区开展责任旅游,欣赏大自然及提倡自然保育,并维系当地人民的福祉。 我们不单只和旅客分享槟城和兰卡威在自然、文化与历史传统的最佳一面,同时更着重保育的重要性,以维护马来西亚丰富的天然瑰宝与文化遗产。
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