Both Indoor & Outdoor theme park is not available.
Snow World has closed.
What else can you do in Genting besides shopping and eating, especially with kids around?
During my recent trip to Genting Highland, I added Genting Strawberry Leisure Farms into our agenda. To make it more convenient for your journey, you can either drop by this place while you are on your way up to Genting Highlands or when you are leaving home.
It is nestled directly at town opposite the Mawar and Bunga Raya Apartments. The farm can easily be reached by taking left from the roundabout past Hotel Seri Malaysia (before reaching Premium Outlet / Awana Skyway).
There’s car park area in front of this premise.
An admission fee or RM10 is required.
As we entered the farm, we could see rows of strawberry plants on both left and right side. It is well organized.
strawberry flower and strawberry fruit.
Strawberry products are also sold here. Plucked fruits, Strawberry jams. However if you decided to have some fruit plucking, you may do so here. Self plucked strawberries will be charge at RM8/100 gram.
You will be given a basket and a pair of scissor to cut the strawberry from its stem. Jet had fun and so do I.
*Mom was looking for some good harvest 😀
Tip : Look for some plump size strawberry but not totally red yet. Unless you are gonna eat on the spot. Otherwise by the time you bring them home, its gonna be overripe, due to the changes of weather temperature.
“I want to eat strawberry!!!….cries Jet” >.<
From the Strawberry Farm, we walked to the Lavender Garden, following the route.
The Lavender Farm is free access.
There were 2 different types of Lavender seen here. Apparently, the dull purple one is has nice fragrant.
Other than lavender plant, products made of lavender is also available at this souvenir shop.
do you spot a fat Garfield in the middle of the plantation? hehe..
Really love the colors.
Beautifully bloomed Gerbera.
The panoramic view here is really breathtaking.
I noticed that Gerbera & Chrysanthemum are widely grown here.
A flower that I adored much. It is called Hydrangea. I love its full shaped and especially the pastel colors.
Lastly, before exiting the farm there were rows of shops selling local products and souvenirs.
Verdict: Some people may think that paying the admission fee of RM10 is not worth because the strawberry farm section covers only 1/4 of the entire farm. But I personally think its worth paying. We spent at least 2 hours strolling the farm, admiring the beautiful flowers in a breezy weather and took lotsa photos. There are many photo spots here especially if you love taking photos. Professional photographer service is also available here. Not forgetting to mention, there’s also a small canteen here, serving local cooked dishes and beverages.
Genting Strawberry Leisure Farms
No. 1, Lot 3707, Jalan Jati 2, Bandar Gohtong Jaya,, Genting Highlands, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia.
Operation Hours: 9AM–6:30PM
Contact Number : +60 3-6100 1152