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Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm, Genting Highlands

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Enjoy a scenic walk at Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm, a place where you can buy fresh produce and stroll through colorful flower gardens . You can pick strawberries yourself or buy them and other strawberry products at the onsite the marketplace. Besides strawberries, the farm produces and sells mushrooms, herbs, vegetables, and honey. Take a stroll through picturesque lavender gardens or visit the coffee shop for some strawberry coffee. At the end of the walk, have your picture taken with local snakes or colorful parrots. Plan to see Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm and other attractions that appeal to you using our Genting Highlands holiday planner.
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  • Similar to Cameron strawberry farm but a lot warmer. Great place to take pics. The strawberries were smaller in size. Its a great experience for my kids to see how strawberries were planted. A long ro...  more »
  • When there during my husband Birthday, plenty of Strawberry, roses, lavender when I go there. They even have a mini mushroom farm.  more »
  • The strawberry farm was smaller than I expected. The entrance fee was 10 ringgits for three people. They provide you with little baskets and a pair of scissors. You can pick as many strawberries you l...  more »
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  • Enjoyed seeing the colours of mother nature. Lavenders, strawberries, roses, daisies and etc all in one place for the appreciation. Big ones, small ones. See it whole, see it detailed by the petals. It's a nice place with the moderate weather, not crowded; but tad expensive for a family visit. Lower entrance price would be great. But it's a tourist attraction though..
  • Colourful and refreshing place to be with blossoming flowers and freshly grown strawberries. Fun activities such as the earthquake/ tsunami room and photo - taking with parrots and snakes. A MUST go in Genting!
  • The entrance fee doesn't make sense, you have to pay an exorbitant amount for 100g strawberries if you want to cut them anyways. The garden is a pleasant area. The exit is filled with shops which sell souvenirs at ripoff prices. Recommended if you're here to have a family time.
  • Fancy visiting and seeing real strawberry shrubs? No, don't bother. This place feels like a rip-off. RM8 per entry for adults. Yes, this is a strawberry plantation with rows and rows of strawberry plants, with some ripening fruits hanging off branches. But RM8 just to see this is just not worth the ticket price. Within the farm, they sell pre-plucked fresh strawberries, and that too isn't that cheap. I can buy fresh strawberries at almost the same price in shopping malls in the city. The variety of local strawberries here are the small red ones, not the large ones we import from other countries. Located in the farm area is a small patch of Lavender shrubs. It's part of the farm, so no extra ticket charge, thank goodness, if not I would have got angry. There also used to be a mushroom farm which is not dismantled, that was interesting, but gone now. To get to the exit, you have to go through many stalls which are strategically set up to have you spend more money there. Personally, the visit here for the RM8 ticket entry wasn't worth it. However, if there isn't anything else to do whilst in Genting, visit by all means. The place is located quite near to the SkyWay cable car station.
  • This place is not just a strawberry farm, there also have lavender garden and quite a lot of gift and souvenir shops. You can pick the strawberry by yourself with higher price than the package ready on the rack.