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The first of its kind in the world, the High 5 Bread Town takes you into a fascinating world of bread-making that spans more than 5,00 years... The history of bread is told in colourful murals and interactive displays to give you a lively, hands-on experience...
In addition, the High 5 Bread Town visit includes a fascinating factory tour, where you stroll leisurely on an elevated 880 ft walkway while you are shown the finer points of bread-making using state-of-the-art technology...
The factory is opened from Mondays to Fridays (9am to 6pm) at Silver Bird Complex, Lot 72, Persianran Jubli Perak, Seksyen 21, 40000 Shah Alam... The 1-hour tour costs RM10 (adults), RM8 (teenages/students) and RM5 (children 6 to 12 years)...
Updated Oct 12, 2005
Sheeptrade Enterprise in Batu Arang, Selangor, is a farm that not only rears goats and deer, but is also a tourist’s spot. Its beautiful and magnificent pastures and jungle nearby is a draw, even for the locals. With its clean and hygienic environment, the farm is fast becoming a hot spot for couples wanting a natural background for their wedding photography.
70km from Petaling Jaya, go along Jalan Sungai Buloh before exiting to Jalan Kuala Langat. Enjoy a quiet cruise before taking the Batu Arang exit on the right.
Formerly an abandoned veterinary land, the Sheeptrade Enterprise is a 140ha of green pastures that span all the way to a jungle towards the hills. It is a picturesque sight, made perfect by the flocks of white goats and agile deer roaming the grounds. For added romance, there is a man-made lake among the greens.
The farm offers comfortable chalets to visitors, mostly families.
The stay also gives visitors an opportunity to learn how goats are reared and the dairy process carried out.
Educational tours are conducted around the farm. Visitors can see how goats are milked and their produce processed. Animal lovers usually are attracted to the kids and most will play with them as questions posed by the other visitors are answered by staff at the farm.
Address:R4, Jalan Ladang Caledonia,48100 Batu Arang, S'gor
Updated Aug 28, 2005
Phone: 603-6035 2808
The Ulu Langat district is the home of local durians and mangosteens - which are grown by small-land holders who live in the area. Indeed, as you drive from Cheras towards the Sg Congkak Forest Reserve, you will see many durian trees and durian stalls, such as the one shown in the picture, dotting the road side.
While durian & rambutan trees were plentiful, it was not as easy to find mangosteen trees. However, I did see at least one old tree laden with fruits along the village road near the Forest Reserve area. A tall tree, the mangosteen tree bears many fruit, but is rarely grown for commercial purposes, as it takes a mangosteen tree a good ten years before it begins to fruit. On the tree, the fruit is still green, but once it ripens, it will turn purple.
For more information on how much to pay for durians, please check out my shopping tips.
Updated Jul 7, 2005
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