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Tropical Fruit Farm, Batu Ferringhi

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Farm Tourist Spot
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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Where to stay in Batu Ferringhi

Competition in the immensely popular Batu Ferringhi means that hotels ranging from budget-friendly to midrange represent good value. Christmas and New Year are peak season in Batu Ferringhi, so be prepared to pay a little more during this time. Choose from a number of beachside hotels and bed and breakfasts, complete with the usual amenities, such as annexed restaurants and bars, and ensuite bathrooms.
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  • We travelled from Batu Ferringi to the Tropical Fruit Farm using Uber costing approx 11 Ringit. We had no issues getting there. Once there we were greeted by a friendly guide and bought the tour and f...  more »
  • This was recommended to us by someone else so we decided to have a look. Entry was cheap and we elected to take a guided tour. Our guide was very informative and we found this a really interesting pla...  more »
  • The farm is on a small hill which takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It's a really peaceful environment with quite a number of dogs around (they belong to the farm). The tour guide...  more »
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  • Liked it, interesting tour, takes about 1-1.5 hours about farm plant. After tour, possible enjoy fruits and fruity drinks included to ticket price. I recommend to take tour from hotel with transportation included. Or to request two-way drive for taxi or uber driver. Its hard to catch taxi from farm and often drivers refuse to drive there for pickup. Buses are rare as well, one in 3 or 4 hours.
  • I was really enjoyed my visit on tropical fruit farm, it has a lot of varience local and international fruits
  • No new fruits to try.. they kept all we will get in market. Farm tour fee is expensive for (not much tour no much fruits to try)... No chiku,mangotean,rambutan,durian etc..
  • Great range of tropical fruit, some of which were unfamiliar to me. Interesting to see tree on which the fruits grow.
  • Nice place if you have time Products are very expencive If it is raining dont go