Agriculture Heritage Park
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BettyandLingShing
Malaysia638 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It is a well managed park, showcases the plants that have contributed to the economic of the Malaysia. Taman Warisan Pertanian, or Agriculture Heritage Park is unique over its kind, where the park serves not only for leisure, educational and tourism purposes, but serves as a living museum as well.

From major Malaysia comodity crops such as rubber, cocoa, oil palm, coconut,to more local fruits and herbs such as jambu (guava), jackfruits, mata kucing (longan), serai (lemon grass), sweet corn, pineapple, delima (Punica granatum), roselle, durian (the king of fruits), pitaya (dragon fruit), black pepper, coffee and many more.

It will be a good place for a walk of leisure and education for few hours. Located in the Putrajaya, this park can be visited together with other places of interest in Putrajaya.
Written 18 August 2010
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Suriany J
London, UK23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013
We love it!!! Absolutely full of education for the girls, getting to know different sorts of fruits and vegetable and herbs as well as spices! The only thing n i had included in my comment for them is that i wish they would have sell the products frm the agriculture or have a cooking demonstration. Seems a shame to let it wasted.
Written 10 October 2013
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Thiruchelvam R
Klang, Selangor, Malaysia1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Family
This is a perfect place for a short visit when you are in Putrajaya. The plantation in the park is segregated according to types of plants such as herbal trees like misai kucing and tongkat ali, seasoned and non-seasoned fruit trees, palm trees such as rubber and oil palm, industrial plants such as cocoa, pineapple and tea. The park is well-kept and clean. There is also a house that depicts the lifestyle of a rubber tapper. The park provides an opportunity for children to see for themselves the plants and trees that they may have only seen in pictures.
Written 4 March 2013
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Mayu_Hazukashi
Putrajaya, Malaysia167 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Family
came here with family and infants. it was a nice park though. since we came on weekday so we're the only one been there at that time. we rode buggy to make it easier for kids. lots of fruits tree along with its name. it was breezy at the top of park. nice view at most of time. beside the park there's a food court and you can eat here. even famous Hj. Samuri Satay also available. sometimes fruits from this park is been sold at car park area, not an everyday view. if you're lucky you catch one.
Written 1 March 2016
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,030 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
A park with various tropical fruit trees, herbs and commercial crops like rubber and oil palm. Information on the trees are displayed on signages and most of the fruits are wrapped up on the trees to prevent insects from eating them. No sales of fruits which is a disappointment. A minimal entrance fee is charged.
Written 8 June 2015
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ChineseTea
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia48 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2013 • Family
The park is well maintained. We were there at the fruiting season but I think it must be less interesting where there are only bare trees to see. None of the activities or demos were available though.
Written 24 November 2013
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李智优
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia50,867 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Solo
It's a fruits park located in Putrajaya. It's best to visit the farm during the fruits season. However, a lot of local food stall in the food court before entering the farm. Local loves the food very much
Written 1 February 2017
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LL721
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia893 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
The park was not as big as expected. Took us only 1 hour to walk the entire park. Saw water apples and jackfruits on trees but they were all wrapped in plastic/newspapers and couldn't view any of the fruits.
Expected to see durian trees and more but there were none. We did see longan, starfruit, coffee, mangoes, duku, mangosteen, rambutans, pulasan, pineapples, bananas etc.
Saw some rubber trees but there was no demonstration. The lakes were small and had some fishes.
Probably will go again when the fruits are in season but also worry that everything will be wrapped up in plastic/newspapers and we won't be able to view any of the fruits. Entrance fee is RM2 per adult.
Written 31 May 2015
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Aneta K
Voorburg, The Netherlands180 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
If you'd like to see how exotic fruits grow, you shall not miss this place. The park is well maintained (at least main paths), each type of plant/tree is described (also in English). Apart from fruits you can see how rubber is collected. But it's a pity that you can't try the fruits :(

There is a small entry fee (ca. 2 RM). Most of the paths are suitable for wheelchairs, but there are some shortcuts with stairs. There is a possibility to rent a buggy, but it's better to book it in advance.
Next to the park there is food court with quite big selection, so you won't leave hungry.
Written 15 January 2013
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jiggs
Shah Alam, Malaysia54 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2012 • Family
Beautiful place to visit if you happened to be in PutraJaya, one of the places you cannot missed. After the tour, you can have nice and reasonable food at the food court. A lot of varieties and choices that you can choose. my family likes them as they are tasty and very Malaysian, I noted that there are many visitors for lunch and it also opens for dinner. have a great time.
Written 24 August 2012
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