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In addition, you can visit our famous fruit orchids, including one that's renown for growing a unique type of pineapple that's actually a special blend of a number of various pineapple types.
Other agro-tourism attractions here are our fragrant herb and spice farms, our colorful tea plantations and our ostrich farms.
There are a number of agro-tourism hot-spots in Johor. For instance, there is Seri Gunung Pulai, which is a kind of agro-tourism village. Visitors here are not only invited to savour the delicious local types of fruit, but you can also learn how to tap rubber trees, a practice that's still common in Malaysia's many rubber tree plantations. Other fun agro-activities include plucking mushrooms and learning how to use the "jala", the traditional casting net, to catch fish in a pond.
When you're near the Batu Pahat area, check out its two agro-tourism villages, Kangkar Merlimau Agro-tourism Village and Parit Kuari Agro-tourism Village. Kangkar Merlimau is the site for countless durian trees, although other fruit, and even orchids, are grown here as well.
Meanwhile, Parit Kuari Agro-tourism Village is well known for its variety of traditional snacks. In fact, you'll find that chips, crackers and traditional cakes ("kueh") are manufactured in Malaysia with ingredients that are derived from the multitude of Malaysia's agricultural products.
Unprocessed grains of rice direct
from our paddy fields
Learning to catch fish using our
traditional "Jala" casting net
Beautiful orchids in bloom for you
at our various orchid farms
Tea plantations still abound in Malaysia
Enjoy a wholesome family picnic at
one of our various fruit farms
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