2017 Drive from Singapore to Thailand – Day 14 – The Big Red Strawberry Farm

You can’t go to Cameron Highlands without paying a visit to a strawberry farm and a tea plantation. Well you shouldn’t anyway… the strawberries and tea are everywhere.

Our favorite strawberry farm is the big one at Brinchang Town – The Big Red Strawberry Farm. You can find it up a very steep slope off one of the side lanes. Plenty of signs around, you can’t miss it.

The great thing about this place is that you don’t really have to buy anything for your family to enjoy yourselves here. Your kids will have fun posing as giant strawberries and there are plenty of things to see without even paying to pick the strawberries.

There are even kid’s rides at a cheap RM1 which will entertain your little ones while you enjoy a nice strawberry dessert or drink from the cafe.

The scary thing about this place is the steep slope up and down which you have to navigate carefully with your vehicle. Go slow and save your suspension!


Click HERE to read about how we navigated the tricky side roads into the beautiful Boh Sungei Palas Tea plantation.

Here are the links to the other parts in this Blog Series:

Reviews of Hotels and Restaurants:

My wife and I enjoy having guests over at our place for fellowship and a nice home-cooked meal. So if you would like to drop by to try some of my wife’s wonderful cooking and to talk more about travel and life, do drop me a mail at lenniechua@gmail.com to arrange a dinner date! Everyone welcome!


 

4 thoughts on “2017 Drive from Singapore to Thailand – Day 14 – The Big Red Strawberry Farm

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  1. Hi Mr. Chua,
    I read your blog with great admiration. Truly appreciate your latest information with regards to the immigration procedures and preparations before driving into Thailand.
    2004 with 3 children and another on tow, we drove to Krabi/Phuket and 2012 to Koh Samui. Kids are bigger now yet they still enjoy the long road trips.
    I share your excitement.
    Thanks.

    1. Thanks bro for taking the time to read and for leaving such an encouraging comment! Wish you a great next drive and one day we should meet for a kopi to share our adventures and stories!

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