Nice place to see green vegi and no entry fees. Got sell cactus also. Good if you have spare time and no place to go.
The strawberries here are grown by hydroponics, so they need to be cut from the stem as they hang down, rather than be pulled up from the ground. The strawberries are pretty tart - would skip the picking unless you like them that way. Nice overview of the different veggies grown, with cool background music providing a nice atmosphere. Large... More
Great place for relaxing delicious strawberry desserts. Certainly worth the short walk from brinchang if you're staying there. Great service and food..........u need to pay RM25 for 1/2 kg if u want to self pick fresh strawberrys.....
When we stopped here they where building new toilets and buildings so it was abit hectic with the construction vehicles and workmen..but the strawberries where nice... There was lots of yummy strawberry based things to buy.. Drinks...ice cream...muffins...cheesecake etc. the " old" toilets are down a steep set of steps...but they where building new ones in the car park. We... More
We were disappointed to show up and find out that it was no longer strawberry picking season, but it was all okay because that menu of strawberry breakfasts, drinks in deserts was AMAZING and cheap! We just gorged ourselves on strawberries and loved it.
I was thrilled and excited to come back to this agro farm after my first visit about 2 years ago, as the first visit itself has left me with such a good memories on the yummy strawberry products. Besides selling fresh hydroponically grown strawberries and lettuces, their cafe also offers a wide range of strawberry products such as milkshake, muffin,... More
We were most thrilled to meet the energetic and avuncular gentleman Mr. Kumar who undoubtedly continues to earn a lasting affection of all visitors to the Big Red Strawberry farm. Not only does this mechanical engineering graduate turned hydroponic farmer has a thorough knowledge about his chosen industry, but he also has the uncanny knack of winning the trust and... More
The farm is free for admission and it has a small cafe serving nice strawberry product at reasonably price. Tried a few things from the menu and they're all so delicious! Strawberry lassi and strawberry float are highly recommended. Having excellent strawberry product at a nice ambiance is the most enjoyable moment during our trip to Cameron highlands. Thumbs up... More
A 20-minute walk from Central Market. You need to pass through Cactus Valley to get there. Quite tedious walking up the slope to this place. A small hydroponic farm, growing strawberry on one side and vegetables on the other.
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