Raju Hill is one of the well known strawberry farms in the area. Entrance is for free and visitors can get a free tour of the strawberry field and the actual processing plant, which is one of the most remarkable sights of Pahang.
What to Expect?
The cafe has an extended dining deck suitable for large groups, with a selection of pastries, cakes, shakes, waffles and ice cream from the menu. Nestled on top the building is also a small roof terrace that overlooks the rainforest emanating from Gunung Brinchang - visitors can bring their tea and snacks here to enjoy the view around picnic tables.
Visitors can easily roam about to experience the delightful sights of plantations and enjoy their fresh preparations, checking out a few interesting local products at the gift shop inside the farm.
For its high-quality strawberries in the lush green farms, Raju HIll Strawberry Farm has become a popular site of Pahang for everyone who visits Cameron Highlands.
You can show your appreciation to the tour by purchasing products that were processed right in the farm. The prices in the strawberry farms are really cheap so that you can practically shop for most things.
Overall this is a smaller set-up compared to the other farms in the area, but Raju Hill is famed for having some of the best strawberry desserts. From strawberry tarts, ice-creams, milkshakes, cakes to strawberries dipped in chocolate syrup and powdered with icing sugar, the small cafe set up next to the farm is always bustling with people.
Vihaana week ago
It’s a quiet place.
Pros: you’ll enjoy the garden if you haven’t seen one. There’s a nice area where you can pick your own strawberries at a cost. We tried out a cafe where we bought Strawberry milk shake and Jam both of which tasted good.
Cons: The price to pick our own strawberries is high compared to other farm.
It’s smaller than expected.
Sten Mda month ago
Great place to go for your strawberry fix. Our concern is always bout cleanliness and yes, it is definitely so.
On top of what is offered, there are others that u enjoy here. Claw machines, small playground, cafe style shop, great overview of the place, insta worthy areas and more! We kinda skipped d plucking part koz it needed a week more for the next batch to bloom, so we tried something else.
We deviated away from the normal food recommendations by others n went with eating the strawberry itself. We chose a box coated with chocolate while the other with honey. Definitely one of the best choices we made. Yummmzzz! We do know bout the scones, d jams and such . But we like to take a little change in views.
If u are around the area, this is a place to pop by. So, come on by n check the place out yourself!
Peter Hill3 months ago
This place is like 3 in one. You can explore and pick your own strawberries. Parents might find this great for keeping kids busy.
If you're not the picking type or your kids are too cool for selfies in the plantation, you buy strawberries already picked. They are so delicious, I'm not normally keen on strawberries as they tend to be hit or miss on taste and in need of icing sugar. Not these. They have sweetness built-in. In terms of quality, it's definitely better than the supermarket. Also on sale is strawberry jam and strawberries with cream or honey.
If that doesn't do it for you, then head straight to the cafe for drinks, strawberry cake, and chocolate and strawberry. There's plenty of under cover outdoor seating.
On another occasion, we tried the Hot Strawberry Chocolate and Strawberry Scones. Both were so nice. The scones came with 4 condiments (jam, cream, yoghurt, and strawberries). Drinking the hot chocolate took me by surprise, I found it to be delicious.
Ann Meow5 months ago
Enjoyed strawberry plucking at 40RM for 0.5kg! For the experience and fun, i think the price is worth it. We plucked less than 0.5kg, so the staff helped us top up additional strawberries. We were the only ones in the farm at about 4pm+ on a Friday. It was easy to walk around without any crowd. The staff was kind enough to direct us to certain aisles that have ripe strawberries. The strawberries have already lasted 1 week in my fridge - still perfect for eating!
I also ordered strawberry juice (without sugar) at the cafe but the service was quite slow. I waited about 10mins at the empty counter, trying to make an order. The efficiency can be further improved! Love the original taste of the strawberries but bf found it sour hahaha
Wye Tanin the last week
Strawberry plucking 0.5kg a basket now costs RM40. Still fun to do with family. Plucking done at farm slightly uphill. No guide, just choose the prettiest ones. The slope at the farm can be steep, coz just brown soil. After weighing, do your own washing of strawberries at a common basin outside. (just 1 basin). Then at a cafe next door, if you want chocolate to go with strawberry, they sell in jar (like strawberry jar) at RM15. Ask for your own plates, ask for spoon. Strawberry is perfect with sweet chocolate.
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