Teck Ming Lima month ago
Nice experience to visit this place. To learn by knowing how the rice is planted and processed. But I feel the fee of Rm5 to watch the video is not worth it even it come with a small 100g free rice. Inside the presentation they also promote their products. Perhaps the rm5 should come with complementary drink or foods.
Richard Yeoha month ago
Very informative on how paddy ended as rice on our tables. Our guide ‘Moon’ was very obliging with our questions and photo opportunity is abundant both inside and outside of building.
Compared to the Kedah Paddy Museum, this Gallery is more pro-active, friendlier & the toilets are much cleaner.
Cheah2 months ago
Interesting little tour, could be made slightly longer with more detailed explanations but that's fine. Good range of grain products at reasonable prices. Unfortunately their little museum is upstairs so those with mobility issues will not be able to participate.
Guy manning the cashier counter needs to learn to control crowd and insist customers on queueing up the right way. There were customers who came to the cashier from the other end and he still gave in to them and let them cut queue.
Eu Jeen Yeoh2 months ago
It was ok. You pay an entrance fee of RM5 and you get a small bag of rice. They share the paddy planting process till rice. A very very short tour of their self claimed museum. Great for young kids.
Everyone rushing to buy their signature rice.
Desmond Low6 months ago
Came here second time after few years in between. Still a good and short education tour for family with school kids.
A good place to shop for local rice and other products at very reasonable price. Plenty of parking next to the gallery.
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