Other than Strawberries, I bet the most common thing that can be found in Cameron is the Cactus Farm.
Supposedly, the Cactus Farm tour is included in our tour packages, which falls on day 2. Somehow, not far away from our Hotel, we found a free admission cactus farm.
From far we saw the funny and colorful cactus symbolize that this is the cactus farm. So Alex and I walk further up to the end and found the cactus heaven.
From the entrance, it looks more like a grocery stores to me. They sells lots of things, junk food, souvenirs and even antiques.
I assume this shouldn’t be the actual cactus farm, but since we were there why not to explore it?
In fact, the shops here are mainly for visitors. Its just located few steps away from the Pasar Malam. No wonder I had mistaken it as the Cactus Farm. Somehow they do sells lots of plants, not only Cactus, but also flowers.
The cactus plants are mostly in small pots, which enable the tourist to bring back home.
I had my good time taking pictures too!
These are the few species that I never seen before.
The strange thing about the shop is, there’s no shopkeeper around except the front cashier. At the back of the shops, it comes with big area on plantations. Not even a single CCTV!
Poor little Nephentus sell for RM18.
This is the wedding flowers. I love the shape!
Some common flowers, Hibiscus.
And many other types of flowers.
They named this flower as Lipstick.
Do you know why? Probably it will left some red stain after you touch it?
As the farm is totally no restrictions, I just go further into their backyard. Alex saw that there’s large grows of Strawberries at the back. There’s even larger cactus plants at the back. But to respect peoples properties, we better behave.
The strawberry farm’s gate were lock so I didn’t manage to take close up photos for that.
So if you’re not thinking to take any tour, probably you could consider to come and have a look here.
All In One. No admission fee. No surveillance TV. No Salesgirl. Its just so free and easy!