With so many strawberry farms to choose from, it can be tricky to select the best strawberry farm in Cameron Highlands 2023!
At these farms, you can have a go at harvesting strawberries! An activity that most city kids will enjoy! And afterwards, you can sit down and have a yummy strawberry treat like strawberry ice cream!
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Best Strawberry Farm In Cameron Highlands
You’ll find a strawberry farm at almost every turn closer to Tringkap, Brinchang, Tanah Rata or Ringlet.
They aren’t all the same so it’s good to plan ahead and choose one (and a back-up) so you don’t end up with disappointment!
During peak seasons (e.g. school holidays), the more accessible strawberry farms will have less strawberries left to pick!
Strawberry Farms In Tringkap
Before Brinchang, there’s a strawberry farm in Tringkap that may be worth stopping for if you want to pick your own strawberries!
There’s also a bee farm (Cameron Tringkap Bee Farm) close by. If you want to have a look at wild bees and a pretty wide range of honey-based products.
1. 7 Strawberry Farm
This humble strawberry farm is good for a wholesome strawberry picking experience! The strawberries are not too sweet!
Strawberry Farm Brinchang
Brinchang is where the majority of Cameron Highlands strawberry farms are! It’s the closest town to the mossy forest on Gunung Brinchang.
In fact, there are a couple of strawberry farms on the way to the mossy forest.
And on a Friday or Saturday evening, you can get chocolate-covered strawberries at Brinchang night market!
2. EQ Strawberry Farm
Organic strawberries are grown here to the sound of Dharma chanting. They get pretty big and you can eat them straightaway as they are since they are pesticide-free!
You can get homemade strawberry ice cream (RM7/ scoop) and jam here too.
3. Raaju’s Hill Strawberry Farm
One of the better known strawberry farms in Cameron Highlands:
But crowds will not be an issue since the farm is spacious. The earlier, you go the better.
Plus, you get good views of the surroundings. Since the farm is on a hill!
You can pluck sweet and organic strawberries (500g for ~RM40) or chill at the cafe over a strawberry milkshake, strawberry juice, strawberry cheesecake, strawberry waffles, or a sweet serving of strawberry ice cream!
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4. Opah Strawberries & Jams
A newcomer to the strawberry farm scene, Opah Strawberries & Jams has positive first impressions from its satisfying selection of food:
This includes nasi lemak with excellent strawberry sambal and crispy fried chicken, scones of different varieties, strawberry ice cream, and curry mee.
Although service can run slow at times and the pricing is above average, they make up for it with the food quality, big portions, and friendly service.
The dining environment is al fresco in the midst of their strawberry farm. Which you can pick for low rates.
Note: They don’t have a spacious car park or toilet facilities
5. Time Tunnel Strawberry Farm (Previously Kok Lim Strawberry Farm)
If you happen to be going to the Time Tunnel Museum:
Then, it’s worth popping over to this strawberry farm. They have unusual strawberry products like strawberry 3-in-1 coffee or tea.
Tip: There are more strawberries to pick if you go to the top of the farm!
It costs RM30 for 2 people to pick 0.5kg of strawberries.
Kids will be only too happy to feed the rabbits on the farm too!
6. Big Red Strawberry Farm
Besides their hydroponic-grown strawberries:
Big Red Strawberry Farm has abundant flowers, vegetables, and even a cactus section to admire. You can buy some cacti too, at reasonable prices!
Rates are typically RM50 per kg of self-plucked strawberries.
Even if you’re not there to pick strawberries, you can taste the various items on their strawberry-themed menu. In fact, the cafe draws the crowds to this scenic farm!
7. Kasimanis Strawberry Farm
The main highlight of this cozy place may be the lovely flowers and great selection of cacti: But you can still have strawberry treats here, like strawberry ice cream! Even if you can’t pick fresh strawberries for yourself – they are already packed for sale!
It’s not as packed with people too (unless it’s a weekend)! Although you have to drive up a steep and isolated road.
If you’ve been here before, there’s now a new section – a plant nursery!
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8. Healthy Strawberry Farm, Brinchang, Pahang
As with the previous place on this list, there are more flowers than strawberries to see here:
But their strawberries are pesticide-free! And sweet!
You can sample strawberry juice, homemade strawberry ice-cream and hot chocolate waffles with their homemade strawberry jam!
As for the price, it can cost RM35 for 3 people to pick strawberries (500g).
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Strawberry Farm Tanah Rata
Tanah Rata is where most of the accommodations are. So during a long stretch of public holidays (or school holidays):
The strawberry farms here can be full of people! If you’re still keen to go, try to go early in the morning.
9. YZ Strawberry Farm (YZ Agro Farm & Café)
You can have your breakfast and lunch here as they serve delicious Malay food (like nasi lemak, curry mee, and ikan patin) and scones in their garden!
Go early before the special items on the menu sell out!
They have the usual strawberry-based products as well as fresh strawberries for purchase!
It costs RM40 to pick 1 kg of strawberries. And they don’t have that many unfortunately.
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10. KHM Strawberries & Jam
Alas, if you want to pick strawberries here you can’t!
However, this place is highly rated for its scrumptious and affordable scones served with homemade strawberry jam!
They serve dishes too, like curry, char kuay teow and nasi lemak (with strawberry sambal)! Even spaghetti!
A scenic spot for enjoying high tea or a cup of hot chocolate! Surprise, surprise – you can also enjoy strawberry ice cream here! But more interestingly, they have pavlova!
Tip: There’s more on the menu on the weekends. Come before 9am to avoid the queues and crowds.
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Strawberry Farm Ringlet
At the southern end of Cameron Highlands is Ringlet.
This is the first town stop for anyone coming up to Cameron Highlands through Tapah. There are many vegetable and flower farms here. And, a couple of strawberry farms!
If you happen to be staying at the luxurious The Lakehouse Cameron Highlands, these strawberry farms are the closest too!
11. Highlands Apiary Farm, Bee Farm, Strawberry
Get the best of both worlds at this honey/ strawberry farm that is on the way to the Boh Tea Plantation. One of their highlights is a transparent bee hive where you can see all the bees in action!
There is an assortment of different fresh honey for sale. And other bee-related products like wax soap that make good souvenirs!
You can pick your own strawberries (not always)! Don’t miss out having a picture with the large sunflowers outside.
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When it all comes down to it, the best strawberry farm in Cameron Highlands is up to your personal preference.
Other factors to consider is the location and popularity of the place. Crowds can really ruin the otherwise tranquil atmosphere. And pick all the strawberries before you!
Even so, you have to make it a point to visit at least one strawberry farm if you’re going up to Cameron Highlands for the first time!
Tip: If you’re really keen on picking yourself some fresh strawberries, call the strawberry farms ahead before you go! Often times, strawberry-picking is seasonal.