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- HS Farm Waterpark is a fun Malaysian farm stay getaway in Johor, near to the popular tourist towns, and states, of Malacca and Muar. They have a waterpark, a well stocked fishing pond and a great range of exotic and not so exotic animals that guests are free to interact with and learn about. The Accommodation: They have a nice selection of comfortable, spacious, B&B rooms all with, at the very least flat screen TV and fan that can cater for differing numbers of guests. Their breakfast is buffet style with a wide range of options and they also serve good buffet meals throughout the day too. It’s a lively place with many activities on offer for both kids and adults, fishing, cycling, horse riding, swimming, water slides, spa facilities etc. In the evenings barbecues are organized with some karaoke sessions, and you’ll find all the staff welcoming and friendly. The Farm: The farm animals include sheep, cattle, porcupines, snakes, marmoset monkeys and horses. and you can arrange a nice, educational tour of the farm where guests get a chance to meet and learn about the many different animals that call the place home. You’ll also find a gift shop at the property too with many nature and farm based souvenirs available. The Location: Most guests take in the farmstay as a detour from the beautiful city of Melaka/Malacca one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist attractions and a virtual must see for anyone exploring southern Malaysia. It’s only about a 30-minute’s drive directly south along the coast roads from Melaka, very near where Johor and Melaka states meet, and it can make for a nice scenic drive. The regions main airport is Senai international Airport about 1 hour 45 minutes south again while Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur and its own international airport is a little over two hours away back up to the north. Note: Children are welcome but not pets, and though they have WiFi you only find it in some of the main, common areas. READ MORE
- This quality farm stay is on the beautiful island of Penang, north west Malaysia and has a range of rooms on its organic durian fruit farm with an outdoor swimming pool and gardens of flowers. THE ACCOMMODATION: Their 6 traditional villa style rooms are spacious, clean and full of light. There is WiFi throughout the property and guests have access to the shared kitchen for cooking and dining and there are also some shared bathrooms and shower rooms, all of them clean and modern. Bike hire is also available at the farm to explore the surrounding area. THE FARM: For those of you not familiar with durian, though relatively unknown outside of South East Asia, it is extremely popular all over the region and is refreshing, tasty and super healthy. Though with a famously strong smell that a lot of people either love or hate! At Bao Sheng you can taste many different varieties of the fruit, learn a bit about their organic farming methods and the philosophy behind it. THE LOCATION: The surrounding area; a rural corner of Penang Island, is a tropical paradise, with swathes of green tropical hills and clean sandy beaches nearby. Teluk Bahang Dam is just a couple of miles away and a little farther on, the town of Teluk Bahang itself, a nice, low key beach town with a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. You’ll find such places as the Entopia Penang Butterfly farm and many more nature themed attractions, there, and all around the very scenic north coast of Penang The state capital George Town on the other side of the Island is an interesting city too, with a rich, cosmopolitan past that has been granted the inclusion into the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. Bao Sheng Durian farmstay is accessible from George Town around the coastal roads with some stunning scenery along the way. The nearest airport to this farm stay is Penang International Airport around ten miles away. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Had a wonderful stay at the charming organic Durian Farm, a place to relax and rest surrounded by beautiful nature. The hosts were very welcoming and sociable and we enjoyed READ MORE
- This stylish farm stay, outside the town of Serendah, Malaysia, is less than an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur and is a popular rural retreat from the city. THE ACCOMMODATION: It has a range of very comfortable suites and chalets for up to four people, all of them clean and comfortable with private bathroom. There is a common kitchen in the main building too where you can cook using some of the farm’s own produce, as well as a dining room, library, games and reading room. Outside there is plenty of social space too; around the swimming pool and the barbecue pit where barbecues can be a nightly event. If you don’t feel like cooking there are a number of quality restaurants in the surrounding area serving Malay, Indian, Chinese and Western food, with one or two within walking distance. Ask the staff for advice. Carpe Diem has 18 acres of fruit orchards, vegetable plots, herb gardens, flower gardens, duck ponds and a swimming pool. THE LOCATION: Plenty of outdoor activities can also be arranged with help from the staff; cycling and trekking tours for example or fishing and fruit picking. There is lots to see and do in this part of Malaysia; the Ulu Yam Hot Springs, Orang Asli-Native Village and a country club with a public golf course are all within 15 minutes drive. Slightly farther afield, about a half an hour away, you’ll find some awesome jungle treks around Selangor Dam and Kuala Kubu Bahru. The nearest airport is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport less than 50 miles away. Note: No WiFi, and no pets allowed! WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Excellent: The owner was such a humble and nice person. All my family members enjoyed this short vacation and of course want to repeat it again….” “ The environment is soooo refreshinggg.. I like the kampunf style. Very peaceful. Definitely will come again…” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT CARPE DIEM ORCHARD HOME: READ MORE
- Near Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, on the south west coast of Malaysia, Lake View Farm has self catering chalet accommodation surrounded by five acres of land and its own private lake. It is a cute friendly place with a family atmosphere and can be a nice gentle introduction to rural farming life. The Accommodation: The air conditioned chalet has 4 spacious bedrooms, each with one queen size bed and two singles, so there is space for up to 16 people to sleep. There is also a lounge/living room and dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and four bathrooms. The lounge is spacious with plenty of seating and doors that open out on the lake where you’ll find plenty of space to relax, as well as barbecue facilities and outdoor seating. The Farm: The small farm has a number of friendly goats, hens and ducks, and grows various fruits and vegetables. Guests can enjoy plenty of interaction with the animals and are free to wander around the farm as much as they like. The farm owners have canoes and rowing boats for trips out on the lake as well as fishing equipment, which all guests are free to use. You’ll find the whole environment enjoyable in a very relaxing and pleasant way. The Location: The lovely, and very popular, beaches of Port Dickson are just 5 km from the farmstay, and there are plenty of great beaches all along the nearby coast from Tanjung Gemuk to Tanjung Tuan and beyond. The town of Port Dickson itself isn’t terribly beautiful or interesting but it does have plenty of shops, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants, and gets busy with tourists making their way down to the beaches. There also some historical sights around too including the Temple of Wan Loong and the hilltop Kota Lukut fortress, and the very lovely, and very historical (UNESCO World Heritage) city of Melaka, or Malacca, is about 100km south down the coast. The newly built ‘garden city’ of Putrajaya is about 43 km away from the farm stay and can make for an interesting, non touristy, diversion, while Malaysia’s huge capital Kuala Lumpur is about 60km to the north. READ MORE