Situated about 800ft above sea level on the hilly terrains of Teluk Bahang in Penang, the orchard offers visitors over 200 species of edible fruits within an area that spans a sprawling 25 acres.
What to Expect?
The farm is situated about 800ft above sea level on the hilly terrains of Teluk Bahang in Penang. It is an ideal location for cultivating many types of tropical and sub-tropical fruit trees. The orchard was developed back in 1993 with a few objectives in mind.
The orchard spans 25 acres and cultivates rare and exotic fruit with organic fertilisers, only using chemicals when absolutely necessary. It takes pride in its efforts in working towards a cleaner and greener environment, often converting fruit waste into fertilisers again.
The farm takes pride in its efforts in working towards a cleaner and greener environment, often converting fruit waste into fertilisers again. With a collection of over 200 different species from around the region as well as Central and South America, Central Africa, India, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Islands, Tropical Fruit Farm is a carefully curated paradise.
Curious about what a Buddha’s Hand Citron or a Bullock’s Heart looks and tastes like? The answers all lie in a visit to the Tropical Fruit Farm. The farm provides visitors with guided tours, fruit tasting and buffet plus tour packages.
Guided Farm Tour – Premium Package
Malaysians & PRs: RM30 per pax
Non-Malaysians: RM40 per pax
Children (aged 5-12) - Malaysians & PRs: RM20 per pax
Children (aged 5-12): RM30 per pax
Children 4 years and below: Free
*Duration: about 1 hour
*No prior booking is required for Guided Farm Tour, unless for a party of 20 pax and above.
Larissa Terumi Arashiroa week ago
This place is very nice! We got the package for the farm tour including fruits plate and juice. The tour took around 30-40min, the guide was very knowledgeable. We were very happy to see some of the trees for the first time, such as coffee, nutmeg and cinnamon! After the tour we went for the fruits enzyme and honey tastings. The coffee honey was so delicious! And at last, we got the fruits plate and the juice we chose from the many options they offer and went to their terrace tables to enjoy it with such a great view. The staff is so helpful and friendly, we loved the experience there and super recommend it!
Shark Sharkeya month ago
Lots of fruit trees. All organic... no pesticides. Also many non local but tropical varieties. Guided tour is good as the guide teaches you some tips on how to choose some fruits...
Try the enzymes.. they're like vintage wine
Rik Kuijpers2 months ago
Tour is a little short, but the guide and staff are incredibly friendly and will provide information/answers on your question.
Must try is the Coffee Honey: delicious!
We forgot our water bottle there and when we came back it was waiting for us at the bar
Eddie Lim2 months ago
Great place for both children and adults to spend some time to see, identify and learn how different fruits are grown. For a small fee, there's guided tour through the whole area. Be observant and you may see small bats roosting on some fruit trees. Souvenirs and other produce from the farm can be purchased too.
Kai2 months ago
Went for the 30 min guided tour and it was so informative! Started with a short (maybe 3 minutes?) ride uphill. Then a walk along the paved paths where the guide explained the fruit trees along the way. Then back on the vehicle to go back downslope to the shopfront. Followed by a short tasting session of their fruit enzymes, supposed to be able to taste their coffee honey too I think but we didn’t go for it.
We also paid for 2 packages that included a fruit platter and one cup of fruit juice. Sat at the nearby tables that had a good view of the surrounding greenery.
Huge farm, saw so many fruits that we’ve never heard/seen before! Just a bit sunny - so prep those sun hats and umbrellas.
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