The dragon fruit, also known as pitaya or strawberry pear, can be commonly found in tropical countries such as Malaysia. Packed with nutrients and antioxidants, you can now learn more about how they are grown at the HL Dragon Fruit Eco Farm in Sepang.
Welcoming visitors to their one-stop station for farming activities such as planting and plucking of the fruits, as well as pollinating the dragon fruit flower, one can go on a guided tour to understand the production process better. While there, stop by the HL Restaurant & Cafe to get a taste of their creative menu with dragon fruits being the star product. Try the Jumbo Dragon Bun, filled with curry chicken, the Dragon Fruit Nasi Lemak, and more, and wash them down with dragon fruit smoothies. Before you leave, be sure to pick up some fruits to enjoy at home, and take a selfie at their gigantic ‘Dragon Fruit’ structure!
It's a fun, educational visit to learn more about this delicious local fruit.
Families and just about anyone interested in agro-tourism.
The Eco Farm is open daily from 11am to 5:30pm and closed on Wednesdays.