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Kebun Kebun Bangsar (Veggie Farm)    

  Lorong Bukit Pantai, Bangsar, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur | Visit Website |   016-414 1620
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4.6   (321)


Nestled in Bangsar town, Kebun-Kebun is an urban community vegetable farm spanning 2.5 acres. The farm sits on a sloppy hill that offers views of KL’s skyline, and it is home to sprouting vegetables and flowers, and living animals that make up for a family-friendly visit.

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What to Expect?

"Kebun" is known as farm in Malay. Nestled right in the tip of Bangar city, and a two-minute drive away from Bangsar Village, Kebun-Kebun Bangsar is an urban community backed and managed by volunteers and people from the local community.

The vegetable farm an 8-acre linear green space dedicated to growing vegetables, fruits, herbs. It is also a space where livestocks like cows, hans, turkeys, sheep, ducks, and even a peacok can roam free.

The farm sits on a sloppy hill that offers great views of KL’s skyline, visitors can roam through the 8 acre space within the farm and it makes a great trip especially for families with kids.

As visitors make their way into the farm, they will be ascending to a short and easy hill with lots of greenery along the path.

On the hill visitors can find plenty of vegetables and herbs planted. Depending on month and seaons, the vaterity and type of vegetables can be different throughout the year.

Visitors can find tomatoes, bok choy, chilli padi, to cucmber, long beans, pumpkins, and papayas.

They can also find Sunflowers and hibiscus in the flora section of the farm.

Each of the plants are usually labeled so it makes very educational trip for the little ones to know what they are looking at.

There are also some places for visitors to sit down and rest. All these are accompanies by the amazing KL's skyscraper in the background.

The setup are nice and cosy so visitors can take some worthy pictures here.

The farm is also operated in sustainable manner, so environment protection is their key theme here.


Admission is free, but visitors can make voluntary donation to the farm to keep the farm going.

The crops grown in the farm are donated to soup kitchens and the underprivileged around the city as a way to give back to their community and ensure that they also have access to fresh produce.

Everything you’ll see here is all made possible by the work of volunteers and donations from visitors.

Animals Feeding

Don't forget visitors can buy some food for the animals and let your kids feed them. The animals are tame here, and they will be attracted to you as soon as you hold the food grains!

It’s an excellent place to visit for KL citizens and a great way to introduce the children to farming that can usually only be found in countryside. We recommend that you make a stop the next time you are in Bangsar!

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 Address:   Lorong Bukit Pantai, Bangsar, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Visit Website

016-414 1620

Everyday Except Monday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  Reviews 4.6   (321)
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    in the last week

    A good escape from the hustle and bustle of KL city. Friendly locals and it was a well-rounded healing experience in nature. Do take note it can be quite slippery.

    Limited parking space.

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    Akmar Ninie Nasiruddin

    3 weeks ago

    Short break with the kids.
    Food feeding self service just pick up in the box provided and insert money in the box.
    Then enjoy.

    Climb up Hi to the cow and also scenery.

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    Safirah Karim

    a month ago

    A great place to take a kids to explore many things here. There are ducks, peacock sheep and etc. In addition, parents can relax a breath of fresh air. The best part is free entry. Just less beautiful, parking limit.

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    Peter Tan

    a month ago

    Worth dropping in if you're in the area. Entertained by the chickens, ducks and geese. There was a goat the first time I came. The peacock was somewhere else.

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    in the last week

    caretakers put their heart and soul taking care of this place..I can feel it instantly when I walk in..nothing bad to say.. I'm happy to see this kind of project.. if you come here, do donate, thats the least that we can do.

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