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Tropical Spice Garden    

  Lot 595 Mukim, 2, Jalan Teluk Bahang, Teluk Bahang, 11050, George Town, Pulau Pinang | Visit Website |   012-423 6797
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4.7   (1,839)


Spanning over eight acres of secondary jungle and dotted with more than 500 species of tropical flora and fauna. Leave the garden with heaps of tropical facts and knowledge by experiencing its 45-minute audio tour.

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What to Expect?

A trip to Penang isn't complete without a day trip to Tropical Spice Garden, the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The garden is a lush and lanscaped 8-acre garden with over 500 species of flora and fauna for you to see! You can opt for a live guided tour or an audio tour and whatever you decide, you'll definitely learn something new, and maybe see a plant or two you've never seen before!

After walking through the garden, you can even visit the outdoor cafe that overlooks the Straits of Malacca, and get a chance to sit back and relax to admire the fantastic environment. Before you leave, drop by the gift shop for some Malaysian-made gifts, or premium spice therapy spa products - a great souvenir from a trip to the Tropical Spice Garden.

The audio tour covers Tropical Spice Garden's water garden, spices terraces, bamboo garden, beverages of the world and more. Having earned the Malaysia Book of Records for the first tropical climate spice garden, a trip to Tropical Spice Garden is not to be missed when in Penang.


- Be enthralled by more than 500 varieties of tropical flora and fauna from around the world

- Explore the lush, landscaped award-winning gardens set out over 8 acres of secondary jungle valley

- Relax at the breezy, outdoor café overlooking the Straits of Malacca and the beautiful shoreline of Teluk Bahang

- Shop for unique, Malaysian made gifts or premium spice therapy spa products at the gift shop

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 Address:   Lot 595 Mukim, 2, Jalan Teluk Bahang, Teluk Bahang, 11050, George Town, Pulau Pinang

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012-423 6797

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM


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  Reviews 4.7   (1,839)
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    Joyce Ng

    in the last week

    Buying ticket with discounted price using student ID over the counter, only RM 20 for whole tour. A wrist band ticket, mosquito repellent and a map will be provided. Remember to request more and try to cover up every part of your body, I was bitten by a bug and swollen for several days.

    Best parts:
    - Drinking Station
    They provide different beverages every day that made from different herbs. The brew I tried is the mixture of panda leaves, lemon grass and Stevia which are nice cool refreshers on a hot day.
    - Fish Pedicures
    It tickles and is comfortable when the small fish bites off your dead skin from feet. Feeling much cleaner after the fish pedicure.

    Plants lovers or nature enthusiasts should try to visit here.

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    Pranavan Theivendiram

    a month ago

    Wonderful green place next to beach. It would cost 27 RM per adult foreigner. Children who are under the age of 4 will have a free entry.

    There is a tiny fish SPA area. It contains small fishes, but it is a lovely place to burn some time.

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    2 months ago

    Went on a free and easy walk around. What we liked:
    - activity booklet for kids
    - a few slides scattered around the compound
    - mosquito repellent spray is available for us to use at no fee at the ticketing counter
    - has some interactive components (and not just plants) such as natural fish spa
    - mostly shady due to the trees around

    - many steps to climb up/down slopes, was challenging for the elderly
    - not many visual signs to identify the plants and explain about their uses etc.

    We didn’t manage to catch the guided tour, that would probably allow us to better understand the plants!

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    4 months ago

    A lush hillside garden, eight acres (3.2 hectares) in size, with a huge variety of plants. I highly recommend taking the tour. The groups are typically small. Our guide was deeply knowledge about the plants and presented in entertaining way.

    I have an interest in spices, and he was able to explain their origins, processing methods, varieties, and history. Well worth the visit.

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    a month ago

    this place is well kept and so beautiful. It also offers best tour guide to take you around and explain about flora and fauna in a fun way.

    Best & educative yo all type of people and ages

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