Spice, which is just a scent for many Chinese, is an indispensable ingredient for Malaysians to make good food. Malaysian spices have been grown for a long time, and the spices produced here sell well at home and abroad. then you can't go to Marasia and see the spices,
Penang Tropical Spice Garden is located in the suburbs, a distance from the city center, fortunately, the transportation cost in Penang is not expensive, there can be seen many spices in Southeast Asia. If you are a tropical plant lover and Southeast Asian food lover, it is best not to miss this place and will not be disappointed.
Well thought out and relaxingIntriguing rain forrest attraction that has been well thought out and is very informative, you can take the guided tour or use the recorded hand set to explain the numbered features you are will find on your way.Particularly liked the poison garden, very informative and the help yourself herbal tea area.
The location is a tropical spice garden built on the top of a hill on the way to the back of Balikpapan. There are various tropical spices and plants inside. The tropical spice garden is small, with 3 trails: forest trail, viewing trail, and spice trail, each of which is not long.
This secret garden is quiet and peaceful, and people who come will like it very much. Covering an area of 3.2 hectares and growing more than 500 kinds of plants, sparrows are small and well-equipped. It is not far from Batu Ferringhi Beach, if time permits, you can visit these two places on the same day.
The tropical spice garden is not large, planting more than 500 kinds of plants, listening to the guide of the park, the historical uses of spices, etc. Spices are also the food culture of Southeast Asia.