I think I have to update on our visit to Sendayan Grape Farm. I found it was hard to search for this farm info the days before we decided to go. If anyone need the information..
I love buying local especially on groceries. But too bad I found almost all seasonal fruits are imported mainly from US. Why do we have to import from the other part of world if we have highlands that can plants all these fruits?
Local grape search brought us to Sendayan Grape Fram in Sendayan , Negeri Sembilan. Because we live in Bangi so I consider the farm isn't too far and reachable any time. Only 40mins from home.
It was actually a large hectare of farm, but the place was a bit run down. There's only one worker, pakcik Arshad that we met and he explained that they do not sell the fruits for commercial. Regardless of that, they still accept some visits from groups or preschoolers and even from Singapore.
somehow Aariz geli pula grapes bulat2 tu
Dalam besar-besar kawasan tu, ini sajalah grapes yg masih 'hidup', but Aariz enjoyed the place nevertheless just when he found chickens and ducks. Hmm..if only we have backyard chickens. And daddy is taking it into consideration since then....to my surprise!
this boy... fearless.
Sendayan Grape Farm is open everyday with RM5 charge per pax.