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Tropical Fruit Farm, Batu Ferringhi
(3.4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Take a tour of Tropical Fruit Farm to see over 250 different fruit species. Learn about the vast variety of fruits cultivated in Malaysia and sample juicy seasonal fruits and refreshing fruit juices. At the end of your visit, purchase fruits and natural health and beauty products made using the farm's crops. The farm uses organic fertilizers wherever possible, but also relies on some chemicals. Bring insect repellent, as mosquitoes abound. Plan to visit Tropical Fruit Farm and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Batu Ferringhi attractions using our Batu Ferringhi travel itinerary planner.
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  • You buy a ticket and you will with a minibus of the farm up the road. You step out there with your guide and this warehouse you by the farm. The farm is appointed by the Government as a farm with the aim of the various fruit species. Because they don't do to chemical operation is the best time to go to the farm to go in the summer months. Now there were almost no fruit because it is not the season was. Nice to see, for example, yellow watermelon. At the end of the tour you will be deposited in a canteen where you can brag and a fresh fruit free fruit juice can let mixes.
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  • Samuel gives a good overview so I won't repeat just add: Cost was RM 40+ (plus GST) not 31 that has been suggested elsewhere. I had forgotten to take instructions for getting to the Farm. I did rememb...  more »
  • The visit through the trees is done in small groups. It's pretty fast but there are the main tropical fruits. In the end, a willingness to fruit tasting is offered. This allows to taste the fruits that we do not know.
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  • Very interesting place. The tour can be a little bi longer. They don't show all plants they have. Of course, some of them didn't have fruits at the during our visit. But there was still good number of trees with fruits that guide has skipped.
  • It was ok but not fantastic. Bit expensive but the fruit and smoothie at the end were good. Good selection at the shop but we would be unable to take back to Australia.
  • Got to see almost all tropical fruits' trees. great fruit buffet!
  • We had a fantastic time at this venue. Our guide of the farm was very knowledgable and friendly. We saw a variety of fruits growing and it was lovely to see where and how the fruits are grown. We only saw some of the fruits on the farm due to the season. And we felt that the tour could have been slightly longer (although being in the blazing Sun in the Malaysian heat would maybe mean this is not enjoyable!). The fruit buffet and juice at the end of the visit were delicious.
  • Everyone has to try the tour here, very informative. The fruits are delicious, try the juice coctails!