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Desaru Fruit Farm    

  92, 82200, Bandar Penawar, Johor | Visit Website |   012-772 1817
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3.9   (2,080)

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Enjoy a guided tour around the 100 hectare of land in Desaru Fruit Farm and learn about the different kinds of tropical fruits that call Malaysia home. Desaru Fruit Farm boasts over a 100 varieties of tropical fruits and plant species on their land.

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What to Expect?

The farm has been developed to contain more than 100 species of fruits trees and plants, along with some animals in the petting zoo, a paintball activity space and a go-kart track as well.

Covering a vast area of 180 acres in Johor, it is an agro-tourism site that promotes nature and conservation through education and has been awarded for various agro tourism efforts in the past.

Still a known spot for visitors seeking an alternative get away from the city, Desaru Fruit Farm in Kota Tinggi Johor is great for kids and adults, as all will learn all about agricultural practices, various fruits, plants and trees.


Learn more about the abundant and diverse range of tropical fruits that can only be found in Southeast Asia such as cermai, rambutan, and the polarizing durian. Marvel at the history and science behind farming when you visit the Agricultural Gallery.

You can even have a chance to try some of Malaysia’s most popular and delicious native fruits and if you want to bring some, don’t worry, because Desaru Fruit Farm has a shop for you to do so!

Visit the Koi pond and even feed these majestic fish before moving on to the mini zoo. Take time to experience Desaru’s fluffiest attractions at their mini zoo and feed the fluffy bunnies and goats! Then learn about Malaysia’s bees and get a chance to feast your taste buds on the delicious raw and pure honey.


- Learn more about Malaysia’s tropical fruits and plants when you book this tour around Desaru Fruit Farm

- Taste many delicious locally grown tropical fruits and honey as you explore the area with your English-speaking guide

- Feed Animal In Mini Petting Zoo

- Feed Fish At Fish Pond

- They also have other sports and adventurous activities to offer, from paint ball game to ATV riding, Go Karting, and tightrope walking.

You may be hesitant in thinking an agro cultural destination would be less of an adventure, but until you’ve given it a try you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the fun you can have while discovering agriculture and nature through education.

Surely this is an area we can all benefit from as city life rarely gives us an opportunity to truly appreciate all our local tropical fruit tree species and plants.
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 Address:   92, 82200, Bandar Penawar, Johor

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012-772 1817

Everyday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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  Reviews 3.9   (2,080)
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    Michael Pasko

    a week ago

    We had a great time time at Desaru Fruit Farm!

    I'd wanted to do an ATV tour and then add a walking tour if we felt up to it, but when we realized it was very similar in price to the Jeep tour, we just went for it.

    Our guide was amazing - very knowledgeable and entertaining. My kids really enjoyed being around him and he was great about telling us about the different fruits and showing my kids how to pick them. We ended up with a full basket of fruit at the end. My kids also really enjoyed the petting zoo towards the end of the tour....lots of bunnies, goats, etc.

    After the tour, our guide brought us back to the cafe and served us a full plate of fruit with watermelon juice.

    I'd highly recommend a stop here!

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    Kim ZhengHui

    a week ago

    Booked the rm598 open top jeep tour which lasted around an hour. Price includes tour around the farm, plucking of fruits (guava and some other fruits) and visit to petting zoo. Zoo has rabbits, goats, chickens, emu, and 1 python.

    Pros: don’t need to walk and carry your bag/fruits. Personal tour guide, quite informative. Learnt about some new fruit I never heard before. Cool experience on the jeep. Fruit plucking is a rare experience for city folks like me. Petting zoo rabbits are very cute.

    Cons: Jeep can be very hot if it’s a sunny day. Fruit plucking involved getting on and off the vehicle so those with young kids or old folks might want to opt out. Lots of mosquitoes in some areas of the farm eg the guava trees. Got bitten many times. Petting zoo abit dirty but overall still acceptable as not too smelly.

    Special tip: ask for the black Jeep instead of the yellow one. Black one is newer and cleaner.

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    Bryan Tan

    3 weeks ago

    Awesome place. Ate lots of fresh and good fruits. The tour to the fruit farm was interesting, learnt a lot about different kinds of fruits and plants and best of all we get to feed the animals and fishes. We get to visit raccoons farm and alpaca farm which was very eyeopening. The ATV ride was one of the greatest highlights of the farm, first time trying it and it was very safe!! Highly recommend this place for small getaways

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    kit wei

    a month ago

    Big crowd on public holiday. Good guide, Ms Pink. She explains well about the types of special fruits, herbs. The mini petting zoo was a hit for the kids. Price is slightly high but go ahead if you are in Desaru.

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    Abby Shai

    11 months ago

    Highly recommended! So worth it!! Fruit farm n petting farm with 1 portion of a variety of fresh cut fruits RM30 an adult.

    We arrived early, though was crowded but it was well established. We didn’t need to wait. An hour of walking tour is enjoyable, when we reach the petting farm, the kids love feeding the rabbits and mini rosters, goats, goose..we love the experience as it was systematic, well run!

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