It is very good place and it is very interesting. I recommend it.it is very relaxing and natural place.
it's huge park...i hiked for 2 hours for a self adventure inwest park..but still couldnt find out where the orchard garden was.....im planning come back again next time.. was a great place for jogging hiking and taking adventure...i was very impressed by the jungles..especially the trees with different unique textures...amazing!
This is a beautiful agriculture park, however, this place is pretty badly maintained. Toilets are not cleaned for eons, overflow rubbish bins etc. All these aside, if you just want a cheap day trip with family, to cycle or to stroll in a park, this is a good place to go to. Entrance fee is just RM3, you can spend... More
First of all before I start this review let me tell you that I have visited KL 3 times in the last 2 years with my family and we have not experienced anything as mind blowing as this place!SNOW yes that's right SNOW and lots of it.I'll just say that again,"SNOW" in the middle of December in KL.There is a... More
After reading the review here, I visited this place in 29 September with three other friends. We rented bikes and cycled up the hill to see the fruit gardens. We were quite disappointed to see that few trees had any fruit on them, and on the few that had them, somehow they were all stunted. And it got worse. The... More
Three days ago, I visited Malaysia Agriculture Park (Taman Pertanian Malaysia, Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam) in Selangor. The agriculture park cum rainforest is one of the largest in the world - A WHOOPING 1, 295 HECTARE! Visitors come here to explore the many agricultural plants that are grown in Malaysia. Paddy field is found here, so are cocoa trees, oil... More
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