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June 12, 2009

Farm To Visit In Singapore

Farm To Visit In Singapore

During this school holiday, why not choose a farm to visit in Singapore? Kids will surely dance with joy at a farm to visit in Singapore. Children get to see and touch real life-sized fruits, vegetables and plants grown from soil on our highly urbanized island.

I took my children for a visit to D'Kranji Farm Resort some time ago. I have written about the farm resort's longkang fishing.

Here are some photographs of the fruits and plants that we saw. The drops of water on the fruits are raindrops. It is not every day that we get an opportunity to see real fruits growing from soil at a farm in Singapore.

Picture 1 of farm to visit in Singapore.
Picture 2 of farm to visit in Singapore.

Picture 3 of farm to visit in Singapore.
Picture 4 of farm to visit in Singapore.
Picture 5 of farm to visit in Singapore.
There is no entry fee at this farm to visit in Singapore.

Do you recognize these fruits and plants in pictures 1 to 5? Do you know of any farm to visit in Singapore? Share with Seen This Scene That in the comments below.

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2 comments:

Donna said...

That one looked a little like a tomato, but not quite. The last picture looked like Aloe Vera. The others, I have no idea about.

Jinghui said...

It's great that Singapore retains some of the rural landscape while she is developing into a city state with lots of concrete ! Great for the children to learn about nature and rural lifestyle too !

Ok, my guess for the fruits/vegetables
(1) Bitter gourd
(2) Tomato
(3) Rice
(4) Chiku
(5) Aloe Vera

Do visitors to the farm get the chance to pluck/harvest the fruits & vegetables ? There would be a fun activity for children & adults too !

JH
http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

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