Because there is less travel, and it is worth it. It is very different from some of the overly popular tourist attractions in Langkawi. It is an eco-tourist's choice, quiet but worth visiting. One of the farmers saw me looking around the herbal garden and took me on a personal 90-minute trip, showing me the rice harvesting process at each stage and dozens of herbs, flowers, birds and creatures. Taught me a lot about rice and Malay culture. Learn about these easily by playing traditional marble games. As part of the bus tour on the island, my partner and I visited this rice museum today. This museum does not have many signs to give directions, and we are not sure where to go. And there are no people in this museum, it feels like being abandoned. The garden here is very beautiful and well maintained. It will make people feel a peaceful and peaceful atmosphere here, but it's not interesting here anyway. We visited here in about 15 minutes.
Here you can understand and learn a lot about rice. If you visit on weekends, you may be able to ride in an ox cart.
Lovely authentic diningThe Laman Padi rice fields were located just out the back of our hotel so we decided to visit one lunch time. We sat in the fields in one of the little wooden huts which was such a beautiful setting to have lunch. We ordered the sharing platter with beef rendang, rice, soup, prawn crackers and a salad. The beef rendang was lovely and the food was served on a banana leaf which felt really authentic. The food was really reasonably priced costing approx 50RM for the sharing platter.
Since it is a tropical rainforest climate, the climate is of course very suitable for the growth of crops. Malaysia’s agriculture is very developed and the planting industry is also very powerful. Rice is naturally one of the pillars of this country. The Rice Museum here is also quite interesting.
The Rice Museum is located in a paddy field at the northern end of Cenang Beach. It mainly displays the history of some rice. You can learn about different kinds of rice and seeds without spending a penny. The rice fields are quite interesting.
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The museum provides good information on rice production and processing. It is free and air-conditioned.The surrounding area is quite nice. There is also a cafeteria that serves Malaysian cousin. It is worth a visit if you have time