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Tambun Pomelo GoChin Agro Farm    

  158258A, Jalan Ampang Tambun, 31400, Ipoh, Perak Tambun, 31400, Ipoh, Perak |   05-549 7309
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4.2   (1,337)


Fancy cheap, farm-fresh pomelos? Tourists can now visit this state government endorsed Pomelo farm to shop for juicy sweet pomelos, well known as Tambun local produces.

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What to Expect?

Tambun Pomelo GoChin Agro Farm (打扪高晶柚子园) is the only orchard chosen by the state government to showcase pomelo farming to tourists from Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong.

There are 90 pomelo trees in the orchard and, in a good season, a single tree can produce around 200 fruits.

Visitors will get to see how a pomelo tree looks like, how they are planted, and expect a shop that sells the in-season fresh pomelo fruits.

The pomelo is an unusual member of the citrus fruit that has a surprising number of health benefits for those people willing to do a bit of searching for it. These impressive health benefits of pomelos include its ability to boost the immune system, improve digestion, lower blood pressure, reduce cramping, prevent anemia, boost bone strength, reduce signs of premature aging, prevent cancer, protect heart health, aid in weight loss, and boost oral and dental health.

Always great to visit this orchard to get one for your consumption or as a gift to friend and families.
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 Address:   158258A, Jalan Ampang Tambun, 31400, Ipoh, Perak Tambun, 31400, Ipoh, Perak

05-549 7309

Everyday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  Reviews 4.2   (1,337)
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    Kin Kin

    a week ago

    Pomelos here are very good. And you can walk through the orchard.

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    Alana H

    a month ago

    No ripe pomelos unfortunately during our visit, however we were greeted warmly by the owners and given a great background to the family farm and products/fruit they grow. It was a lovely morning, thank you.

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    Sing Chow Ching

    2 months ago

    Very good place to try the sweet pomelo and also the red pomelo (sweet and sour). They also let you walk around the garden (free), so you can see pomelo tree and a few other fruits as well.

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    Muhammad shaifullah Bin saahri

    3 months ago

    As it’s outside of town, it is recommended to drive, Grab, or hire a van service.Entrance to the farm is free. You can just walk-in and do a self-tour of the farm. The paths in the farm are properly routed and easy to follow.

    Pomelos can be are easily spotted on trees. Towards the end of the farm, you can also see some guavas growing.

    You can buy some pomelos from the shop to eat at home or at the shop itself.

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    Felix Gan

    5 months ago

    No ticket is required to enter this farm. Very nice to tour around the farm where you get to see many different fruit plantation. The pomelos that they sell here are really fresh and owner has been good to explain different types.

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