We will guide guest around the land, a rubber tapper will show how rubber trees are tapped, then you will get to try it yourself. We will show the equipments used to tap rubber trees and the condition the rubber tapper had to endure (they tap very early in the morning). Guests will get to see rubber seedlings (and take it home) and the games that kids played with it during the olden days. More than one guest have taken home seedlings from the rubber trees, leaf, even the hardened milk from the rubber trees as souvenirs. After playing around with what a rubber tree can give you, you'll get to enjoy some organic vegetables served with other local dishes in Tiffin lunch boxes from local restaurants around the area. The lunch is from a local restaurant which are known to be patronised by locals with dishes called masak lemak cili api (spicy coconut gravy), fried free range chicken and yummy organic local vegetables picked fresh. During lunch we will regale the guests about how rubber was brought to Malaysia, the current rubber industry in Malaysia and around the world. We can accommodate if we don't schedule the experience. Message us!
Il tuo host
We are Khairul and Nani, a cat-loving couple who live at this 10-acre land where we maintain one of the last remaining small-holding plantation area with rubber trees, palm-oil trees and a fish pond. This experience is handled by Nani who will guide the guest to our place, show around the compound and prepare the food. She is quite well-versed with the history of rubber trees and the industry in Malaysia. We travel so we usually compare notes on the places we have been to while entertaining guests to whatever is available (sometimes there are local fruits).
Che cosa è incluso
Rice with local Malay dishes, local fruits if in season, vegetarian/gluten free possible. Please advice dietary requirements
We will serve bottled mineral water as welcome drinks and a special infused water made from local flower 'talang'
We don't provide transportation but we can arrange a taxi company using Grab app to pick you up with cost borne by you
Umbrella or Rain coat If it rains on the day
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Dove ti troverai
The whole place is at a 10-acre plantation in Sepang, 14 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The place has hammocks and organic farm with an outdoor open kitchen where meals are cooked over fire like in the olden days unless it is raining where we'll eat the library. Our land is in a Malaysian village with plantation lining the street but near convenience such as highways and trains. If you are in transit we have a cabin for you
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mercoledì, 23 ottobre Dalle ore 11:00 alle ore 14:00.
$30 a persona
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Termini di cancellazione
È possibile cancellare e ottenere il rimborso totale di qualsiasi esperienza entro 24 ore dall'acquisto.
Termini di comunicazione
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Requisiti degli ospiti
Possono partecipare fino a 6 ospiti a partire dai 2 anni.
Take ERL train from KL Sentral or KLIA to Salak Tinggi ERL Station. Taxi and bus are around to take you to PUDGi, the entrance to the rubber tree estate where we will gather. Parkings are available.
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A partire da $30 a persona
A partire da $30 a persona