The Cameron Tringkap Bee Farm is an apiary cum mini bee museum where visitors can learn more about how honey is produced and the benefits of honey consumption. You can also buy various honey products here.
What to Expect?
Along the complex are retail stalls nestled along the verandah that deal with snacks, souvenirs, fashion apparel and other merchandise. Next door, a small strawberry farm provides some picking activity, along with fresh strawberries for sale. Open daily from morning till evening, visitors may also purchase honey products for including raw combs, royal jelly, pollen and honey of different grades.
A small strawberry farm next door provides some picking activity for visitors, along with packed strawberries and derivative food items that include tarts, cupcakes and cheesecakes. Finally, the farm is open daily from morning till evening.
Mr. Ibrahim2 months ago
The owner of toilet was very greedy. After we pay rm 2 he still follow and asks the mother who already go to toilet and then accompanying her kids to toilet. When I told him we already paid, he gets mad and says I don’t want your money. The worst part was he followed us to our car and took pictures after we decided to buy honey elsewhere. We are glad buying honey from aboriginals to help them rather than those greedy who controlled everything including toilet business trying to make money from visitors by all means. Will never drop by this place again as we encounter crazy stingy sarcastic and arrogant shop owner!
Jesslyn Tong3 months ago
The strawberry ? is bigger and juicy here compared to strawberry farm.
Chee Ho Wong3 months ago
A bit run down but admission was FOC for the interpretation center (similar display to the one in Zoo Negara and the famous Melaka bee farm), no complaints. Plenty of bee honey produces were available for sale. Many stall nearby selling local produces. However, BEWARE the stall (by the roadside, outside the bee farm) that is selling Jagung Susu, gives nice sample to taste but selling those are seconds quality (7-8 pcs/pack for RM20), do inspect before you leave!
Christine Kuan9 months ago
Interesting museum to see the old hives and dead bees. Some explanation in english and chinese. Free entry. You can taste the honey and its not bad. Very sweet.
August Koha week ago
Just a mini exhibition, the entrance is free. You can buy pure honey there.
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