Hola Melakian , Once again Eddy Rush Fatboy Production step on to Melaka . This Historic State located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula , next to the Strait of Malacca . Upon this visit , I not going to town of Melaka or jonker street either nor for coconut shake but surprisingly there was a place named Melaka Tropical Fruit Farm . I didn't notice about this place since I visit melaka for several times until I found out this place on Last month .
Melaka Tropical Fruit Farm (MTFF) is a concept of Agro Tourism product with the "Farm Stay" concept in Melaka . Located in Sungai Udang on 173 acres of land , the distance is about 20 minutes from Melaka Town . The farm provide visitors an opportunity to experience nature up close at the same time catering to family outing . Sports and recreation facilities include bicycle & jogging tracks , lake for kayaking and fishing , a mini zoo with ostrich , deer , and horses and accommodation in the form of chalets and hostel .
Upon We Reach , Fruits and lunch buffet is ready . Most exciting event during fruit season which is visitors will have the opportunity to experience for themselves the cool & serene surroundings at the farm apart having the opportunity to savoir fresh tropical fruits from the tree like durian , duku , rambai , rambutan and others . There are several packages and facilities are offered at minimum pax .
At Melaka Tropical Fruit Farm , they provide 9 type of chalets , campsite and 2 types of hostel . It is a Perfect place to be with family and friends or even Team building . surounded by fruit farm and trees , what can I say is relaxing here . closed to Nature and to feel rejunevated from the hustle and bustle of city life .
Here goes all the activities start from 4PM till 7PM , our First activity is Flood soccer . Looks easy but it tooks a lot of energy and strenght , Kicking a ball on top of the water need to be patient . Second challenge is freshwater eels catching in the mud , The Eel have a long slippery , muscular , snake like bodies . Not easy to catch but we had a great experience . continue with flying fox , water rafting , quail bird farm and mini zoo .
Catfish FAST breeding proccesing , Due to the difficulties of getting consistent , fast growing, disease resistant and uniform sized catfish fingerlings and juveniles , they call it Catfish Seed production . There will be few Steps of propagation , Identify and separate the sexes . Weigh the Female Fish , Inject the female fish using an hypodermic Syringe , after 8 to 10 hours the egg have been produce in female body . Cover the head with a towel , gently press the Female Catfish abdomen to collect the eggs . Stay remain the eggs in the bowl and next step will be cruel , Bring the Male out , kill it , turn the belly up and cut it open look for milt sac (Sperm Storage) . Cut the testicles into bits to release the sperm , Mix thoroughly of eggs and sperm . Last step , Spread the eggs on Spawning net in the pool . (THE END)
After the BBQ Dinner , we heading to another night activity and this activity only can enjoy at night . They name it "Bola Api" Fireball , using an old coconut skin peeled and dip into Diesel Fuel . And then just light up with fire , nothing special if the coconut don't move . By using Heel , ball of the foot or sole to kick the coconut and when the coconut moving fast there goes the fireball . Not to worry about getting burn or hurt of your feet , I was afraid at first but after few kick , I was into it and gets more excited . This activity actually is traditional soccer match in village those days , awesome experience I had .
Since this place was Huge , Tram is provided to visit the whole farm from the starting to the end or either get around with bicycle that provided . Don't try to walk by feet as my advise , you will get tired .
Melaka Tropical Fruit Farm Address : D/A Pusat Latihan Pertanian, Sungai Udang, 76300 Melaka Contact : 06-351 6916 Hours : Daily 9AM - 8PM
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