Visitors can watch the process of growing organic fruits and are also allowed to try or taste them. You can ask the people there anything about the whole growing process, and they will tell you all about it.

The tropical fruit farm was built to preserve the green heritage, and contribute to the future generations of Malaysia. It has all kinds of local fruits as well as from all over the world. The founder wants the farm to play an active role in agriculture in addition to the strong development in the rural areas of Malaysia.



The 25-acre Penang Tropical Fruit Farm features over 250 tropical and subtropical fruits from Malaysia and around the world including Central and South America, Central Africa, India, the Middle East, the Caribbean and the Pacific Islands. Some of the fruits here will stimulate the taste buds of visitors. Not only are they delicious, they are also rich in vitamins, minerals and natural fiber. Rising 800 feet above sea level in the mountainous terrain of Teluk Bahang, the Penang Tropical Fruit Garden is the ideal environment for growing a variety of tropical and subtropical fruit trees.


Today, the orchard boasts a growing collection of fruit trees, and is recognized as having “the largest collection of tropical fruits in Southeast Asia”. In terms of tourism, the orchard currently welcomes more than 350 guests per day (currently the Penang tropical fruit garden is temporarily closed due to the Covid19 epidemic).