Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm, Malaysia

The Genting Strawberry Farm can be an ideal stopover on way to Genting Amusement Park. And the best part is: entrance to the farm is FREE! I love strawberries and wouldn’t want to miss the opportunity to visit this farm especially if it is so close to the theme park.

Farm assistants inside the farm guide tourists, especially the kids, offering them baskets to go strawberry picking. You can weigh your collection of strawberries at the exit point and pay for them. There are long rows of strawberry plants on either side of the walkway, hundreds of wooden stacked platforms with nearly thousands of strawberry plants. The various stages, bud to flowers to fruits can be seen; one can see how it is grown and harvested. It is a fun family activity, picking up jucilicious strawberries, a learning experience too.

Interiors are decorated with models of strawberries. You will see them in all sizes and forms. Water fountains, tables and stools, wall decorations all are strawberry themed. The café there has several strawberry based food products. A Strawberry Showroom housed there is stuffed with all kinds of strawberry themed souvenirs, ideal place to pick up one or more for your loved ones back home. Strawberry sandals, strawberry shaped hand bags, strawberry cushions, strawberry soft toys, strawberry chocolates, you imagine it and it is there. It is a fascinating world of strawberries!

How to Get There:
Genting Express Bus Service departs every half and hour starting from 7.30 AM to 7.00 PM, from various stations in Kuala Lumpur to Genting Skyway Station (near the farm). The trip is between 30-40 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur.

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19 Responses

  1. Viola says:

    A strawberry farm! oh, so lovely! =)

    I just want to eat the strawberry on your last photo here, verly lovely! 🙂

    a good depth in the first photo!
    well done my friend! 🙂

  2. Sylvia K says:

    Oh, I do love strawberries!! I, too, wanted to take a bite out of your last shot!! Beautiful captures and a great post for the day, Indrani!

  3. magiceye says:

    Fascinating indeed! How I wish they do something on these lines in Mahabaleshwar which is famous for its strawberries!

  4. Jeevan says:

    So delicious post! The farm sounds fascinating.

  5. Mmm, strawberries! In Finland we have farms where you can pick strawberries yourself, seems to be quite popular activity here.

  6. that's like a spiffied up pick your own farm that we see here in california.

  7. NixBlog says:

    Lovely shots, Indrani!

  8. Strawberry fields for ever ! Enjoyed alike decades ago back home in Germany. Thank you for the memories.

  9. Leovi says:

    Great colors, love the framing.

  10. So nice being able to pick your own strawberries !

  11. What a fun way to go strawberry picking.

  12. Carver says:

    I love strawberries and think strawberry farms are fun places to go pick your own fruit when they allow it. This look like a lovely one. I grow strawberries but my patch is old and hasn't done well in recent years.

  13. Meoww says:

    Lovely shot of the strawberries! Never seen strawberries hanging from the top! 🙂

  14. Meena says:

    The first time am seeing strawberries growing like a Vine!

  15. Wow! I love strawberry farms and this looks amazing!!

  16. Shobha says:

    Very fascinating..
    I saw one in Mahabaleshwar.

  17. Pearl says:

    nice. no kneeling on wet straw under hot sun.

  18. Kati H says:

    Looks good enough to eat! Yum! 🙂

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