Penang Tropical Fruit Farm

The Penang Fruit Farm is located approximately 8,000 feet above sea level. It is nestled strategically on the hilly terrain in Teluk Bahang, Penang. The geographical area of the compound makes it an ideal place for cultivating a lot of sub-tropical and tropical fruit trees.

It was developed in 1993 and the orchard covers a total of 25 acres. The three main objectives of the initiation of this orchard are:

  1. To conserve the rare and exotic fruits.
  2. To educate and promote to locals and foreigners the abundance of fruits this place has.
  3. To impose a positive culture towards eco/agro tourism.

Throughout the years, the orchard has acquired many interesting, exotic and rare fruit trees from the region as well as from far corners of the world including Central Africa, Central and South America, India, the Caribbean, the Pacific Islands and the Middle East.

Today, the orchard boasts a total of more than 250 different species and increasing. The fruit farm aspires to solely rely on organic fertilizer although currently, chemicals are used only when it is necessary. The farm aims are to work towards a cleaner environment for the future.

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Opening Hours

Daily: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.


Adult: RM 40.
Children (5 to 12 Years old): RM 30.

Includes fruit plate and fruit juice.


Jalan Teluk Bahang,
11000 George Town,

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Hear From Others

The farm advocates the use of organic fertilizers and no insecticides. All the fruits are for the farm consumption or sold to tourists. The tour lasted for about 30 minutes and we made our way down to the ticketing area. Overall, it was a good experience.

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I think that the Tropical Fruit Farm was the best place that we visited in Penang, since it was so unexpected and delicious.


I’m pleased to say that it is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon. The guides are knowledgeable, and after learning about the fruit (and a few nuts), visitors sit and feast on unlimited fresh fruit! I was in Penang during fruit season, so it was cheap and plentiful.


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Penang Tropical Spice Garden

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