Agriculture Heritage Park (Taman Warisan Pertanian in Malay) is located in Precinct 16, Putrajaya. A variety of crops that are planted here for visitors to experience, from rubber trees, the cocoa, palm oil, fruits, to herbs and spices. It mainly serves a popular food court as a dining option.
What to Expect?
The Agricultural Heritage Park was developed to preserve the Heritage and Agriculture of Malaysia. This garden is also a Visitor Complex in a park characterized by traditional Malay architecture.
3 plants such as sireh, coconut tree and lime trees are placed near the stairs to the Visitor Complex are symbolic of the garden welcoming the presence of visitors entering the park. Three species of this plant are synonymous with 3 races in Malaysia namely Malay, Indian and Chinese.
The rubber plot found in a 9-acre park is the original estate of Prang Besar Estates estate, which is a prelude to Putrajaya's development.
The park emphasises the Malaysia's agricultural background with commercial values. There are over 180 crops in the park and during the fruit season, visitors can even sample the different type of fruits fresh from the trees.
Showcasing the agricultural development of Malaysia, visitors will experience and learn the traditional crops that were planted in vast areas throughout Malaysia.
Today, it is mainly visited by patrons for the food court that offers a variety of Malay dishes and local delicacies.
Munirah Mohd Rosli2 months ago
Great place. Have many facilities. Great for big event
WeGoRandom Journey (WeGoRandom)3 months ago
Last day before Ramadan I went there with my colleague, the food was delicious and the water is very nice. The price is reasonable.
The only downside to this place is that the open area (outside) natural wind flow wasn't that great due to the structure design and the heat is quite high due to that but other than that everything else was good.
Zulfikri (Zulz)6 months ago
Very nice place for family walking. This place also can be an education of herbs for kids, especially local plantation and fruits. Located in presint16, it is easy to reaxh. This place also has some restaurant to hang out, some are famous culinary, like satay H samuri, nasi ayam , pasembur , mee rebus, etc. Price also reasonable.
nurill najlaa9 months ago
Variety of foods to choose from. But theres no one / no staff that cleans after each table. We have to clean the table after previous people who used it. There is no basin / trash bin to put away the plate and trash
TH Teoh2 weeks ago
Among the best place in Klang Valley to learn about the types of plants and vegetation which contributes to the wealth of Malaysia. Variety of fruits tree and also rubber trees as well. A good view of the Putrajaya once you reach the top of the hill. Closes on Monday.
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