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Agro-Technology Park Mardi Cameron Highlands    

  JKR266, Jalan Persiaran Endah, Tanah Rata, Pahang, Tanah Rata, 39000, Tanah Rata, Pahang | Visit Website |   05-491 1255
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This is a 42 acre park which is known to have almost 100,000 visitors every year, and is divided into six major areas the Herb Garden, English Garden, Rose Garden, Orchid Garden, research centre and an information centre. It was created by MARDI and served as the oldest research centre of the country.

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What to Expect?

The agrotechnology park is divided into six main areas: the English Garden, Herb Garden, Orchid Garden, Rose Garden, research centre and an information centre, where tourists can also buy souvenirs. Mardi's Agrotechnology Park is home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples, and pears and persimmons.

The Park is home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, at least six types of anthuriums, four varieties of apples and pears as well as persimmons. The RM8 million 42-hectare park has six areas C Rose, orchid, English, Herb and Orchid Gardens and a research and information centre where tourists can also buy souvenirs.

The brainchild of Malaysian Research and Development Institute (MARDI), the Park received 100,000 visitors annually. The idea to turn the former research station opened in 1926 by the British to an agrotechnology park came from the Agriculture Minister Datuk Dr Effendi Norwawi three years ago. The British handed over the park to MARDI some 22 years ago.

The Park is actually MARDI's oldest research station in the country and since Cameron Highland is a popular tourist destination, MARDI has followed through on the idea to turn it into an Agrotechnology Park.

Information Centre
At the centre visitors can get information on MARDI Agrotechnology Park. There are also exhibits on MARDIs latest technologies and publications available for sale. Visitors purchase tickets to enter the park at the information centre.

Sales Centre
Here, visitors can buy fresh farm produce and processed agriculture products. Also available are potted plants, and fresh cut flowers.

Flower Nursery
At the flower nursery, visitors can browse the rows and rows of colourful flowering plants that thrive in the crisp air of the highlands. Here, potted plants and cut flowers are also available for sale.

The cafeteria serves up refreshing teas, juices and a range of snacks.

Meeting Facilities
Meeting facilities are available for seminar/workshop to fit the 100 person theater. Facilities are rented upon request and approval from the management of the park.

Walking Trail

Jungle Trails 3 and 7 pass through the park. Please enquire from the Cameron Highlands Visitors Centre at Tanah Rata or your tour guide, if you have engaged one. The trails also lead to the foot of Gunung Berembun nearby.

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 Address:   JKR266, Jalan Persiaran Endah, Tanah Rata, Pahang, Tanah Rata, 39000, Tanah Rata, Pahang

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05-491 1255

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Reviews 4.1   (5,113)
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    hana abdullah

    2 weeks ago

    We enjoyed the outdoor botanical experience, flower & fruit gardens & beautiful landscaping but it was cut short by afternoon downpour. We couldn't cover many areas but will come again one day.

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    Khairel Azman

    a month ago

    June 3, 2023

    I was here in 2019. It was not as beautiful as it is now. The ticket price remains same rm6.50 for adults. Senior citizens & children rm2.50. There is a cafe, playground, surau and various fresh plants. There are many types of flower. Wide area. Spend some time here before resuming the busy journey.
    Maybe not as good as lavender/other places. But it's okay for me. Cheap tickets. Many upgrades from 2019 - 2023

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    Aisyah R

    4 months ago

    Beautiful flowers exhibited and also for sale. There are many other sections other than flowers but we didn't tour the whole place. The park is well maintained. There is a surau inside the park, food stalls, gift shops/stalls. The entrance tickets are cheap. Definitely recommended.

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    Fadzli Kell

    4 months ago

    Didn't want to come in the first place but lucky we did. Such a nice place! Tons of beautiful flowers and picturesque landmarks, we enjoyed our time here. And so cheap too!

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    Felicia Choo

    6 months ago

    This place is a nice visit as you can really see they plants full bloom (depending on season for some plants).
    A great place for kids and adult alike as you can identify different flowers, vegetables plants and some trees. There are even huge pitcher plants/ monkey cups.
    Bonus was the small butterfly enclosure where the butterflies were fluttering. You can see a few deers and for extra RM 2, you can see the rabbits.
    The fees to enter are RM 6.50 for adults and RM 2.50 for students up to 17 years old.
    A great place for photo taking too!

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