The only strawberry farm you need to visit

Does going to strawberry, vegetable, honey, flower farms bore the daylight out of you when you visit Cameron Highlands? It does to me. That’s why I like to stay in my apartment whenever I am in Cameron Highlands.

But there is a new strawberry farm that is worth visiting. Mountain Strawberry Farm is a new place that has just opened (in May/June 2006). It is located high up in Gunung Brinchang, on your way to Sungai Palas Boh Plantation.

Besides picking your own strawberries, you can pet their rabbits, turkeys, ducks, chicken, goats, cats, spiders and there are lots of colourful birds too. We arrived early morning before they were opened but the workers were very friendly and generous. One of them allowed my husband to go into their birds’ enclosures to take close-up shots of the colourful canaries.

So, if there is only one place you want to go in Cameron Highlands, it has to be Gunung Brinchang where you can visit the Boh Plantation in Sungai Palas, go up to the highest point in Gunung Brinchang and to this strawberry farm.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

10 thoughts on “The only strawberry farm you need to visit

    suituapui

    (June 14, 2006 - 8:29 am)

    Never liked strawberries…but then, I guess fat people don’t fancy fruits so much! Meat! Meat! Nice bird though…and your kid is getting cuter, more handsome every day. Feel like pinching his cheeks (on the face, wuching! No wise cracks, pliz!)!

    blurberry

    (June 14, 2006 - 10:23 am)

    Another strawberry farm worth a visit in camerons is KHM Strawberry farm in Taman Sedia ( located near the golf course)

    Sooi2

    (June 14, 2006 - 10:58 am)

    aiyoh, what a little HEARTBREAKER!!!!! *crash, boom, bang*

    WMD

    (June 14, 2006 - 4:47 pm)

    Aiyooo so many posts on Cameron Highlands. You know how much we have been planning to make a trip there and yet our butt is still stuck here in good ole’ Penang. I even copied the scones photo to tempt him to make a move…sigh 😉

    sotong

    (July 3, 2006 - 6:18 pm)

    may i have the website for mountain strawberry farm? what’s the strawberry season so we could go there to pick strawberries. My kids would love it!

    Wongster

    (July 28, 2006 - 12:07 pm)

    I remember when I was young we came up here for a holiday. We washed the strawberries in sterilizing fluid as in those days chemical fertiliser was not used widely. This made the millions of flies more interesting than the fresh berries. Wonder if there still are those flies, they used to cover the car windows.

    Adelaide
    S Aust

    ex penang boy

    (August 3, 2006 - 8:34 pm)

    Thanks very much 5x for the great tips on Cameron Highlands.Just got back to the tiny red dot today. We went up to the BOH plantation and saw how tea was made,then stopped by Nawill which unfortunately wasn’t a good experience as we saw a monkey cooped up in a tiny cage and felt sick after that.We then ventured up gunung brinchang which was an experience! Got to the microwave observation deck-fantastic views! We had tea and scones at Balas as well!
    Didn’t get a chance to try the curry mee at lroong seratus tahun though-too short a stay in pg.

    alex

    (August 18, 2006 - 11:26 am)

    wah.. looks nice, maybe consifer going during merdeka week. i missed out my office team’s trip to Cameron 3 weeks ago 🙁

    i heard they had a lot of fun

    LJM

    (August 19, 2006 - 4:46 pm)

    what a cute boy you have there auntie! Btw,where you going this holiday??

    tonixe

    (September 25, 2006 - 2:34 pm)

    Wonderful Camerons my best steamboat destination !
    …but the strawberry jams here are expensive ah ?

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