Tropical Fruit Farm is located in the hills of Teluk Bahang, Penang, about 800 feet above sea level. It is an ideal location for growing a variety of tropical and subtropical fruit trees. The fruit farm was developed in 1993 with several goals. One of the reasons is to protect rare fruit trees. Second reason is educating locals and foreigners about the bounty of land has to offer. Finally, play an active role in agriculture and ecological/agritourism in the intensive development of rural areas in Penang state.
Over the years, the orchard has acquired many rare and exotic fruit trees from the region as well as from far-flung corners of the world, such as Central and South America, Central Africa, India, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Pacific Islands, etc. Today, the fruit farm has a collection of more than 200 different species, and the list goes on and on.
The sign of the tropical fruit farm.
This is my first time to see avocado tree.
This is how the passion fruit looks like before it ripe.
Hobbit house looks really pretty but just a decoration not for visiting.
Papaya tree shape need to round only it will taste sweet and this is what we learn from the tour guide.
This is called Isau tree and it looks like small durian.
Rambai fruit looks like grape but it doesn’t taste like that.
This is how the sugar apple looks like.
Not really sure what fruit is this but it looks big and juicy.
Do you guys ever heard soursop fruit?
Rambutan tree haven’t ripe yet so it is still green.
Fruit juice and fruit platter will be served if you pick the package which is included.
Penang Tropical Fruit Farm tour in YouTube
Malaysian adult : RM20, child : RM10
Non-Malaysian adult : RM30, child : RM20
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9am to 5.30pm Mon to Sun
Address:18th Mile Stone, Jalan Teluk Bahang, Teluk Bahang, 11050, Penang
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