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Monday, 14 March 2016

From Sauk To Syamille AgroFarm And Back To Ipoh.

While we were enjoying our lunch at the restaurant in Sauk, we were told that there is an Agro Farm nearby where we can visit. It was on the way back to Ipoh. Friend B told us to keep a sharp look out for the signboard on the right side of the road. Hopefully, we won't miss it.
 Here it is - Syamille Agro Farm Sdn. Bhd.
 We have to drive on a narrow path and we almost wanted to turn back. In a short while we saw the entrance to the Agro Farm.
This was the first thing that caught my attention. Jack fruits on a Jack fruit tree! Just look at the fruits touching the ground. They were wrapped and supported by some sort of straw.
 Next to the Jack fruit tree is this unique wooden building.
 It looks like a classroom for religious teaching. 
 There are chalets and greenery all around.
 A very quiet place surrounded with fruit trees and plants.
 Resting place in front of chalets.
 Fish pond fed with running water from the stream besides the restaurant.
 Restaurant next to the stream.
 An enclosure for deers (rusa in Malay).
This is the only active one. 
 The others were feeding and some were resting under the shade.
 More Jack fruits on the tree next to the deer's enclosure.
 Notice says - No feeding of deer. (Rusa in Malay).
 Beautiful frangipani flowers near the fish pond.

Stingless Bee Farm.
Beehives scattered under the shade of coconut trees.
It was just a short visit. We didn't walk about the whole place because the weather was too hot.
Back into the car and back on the highway again.
There was not much traffic on the road.
It was a nice, leisure drive all the way back to Ipoh.
All thanks to Friend B for driving us to Sauk, the Agro Farm and then back to Ipoh.
Near the toll booths. The Ixora plants seem to be doing very well. They are blooming beautifully in this hot weather.
Dear brothers (or sisters), is your life

full of difficulties and temptations?

Then be happy, for when the way is rough,

your patience has a chance to grow.

So let it grow, and don't try to squirm out of your problems.

For when your patience is finally in full bloom,

then you will be ready for anything,

strong in character, full and complete.

(James 1:2-4, TLB)

66 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy, thanks for sharing the Agro farm, look like a nice and quiet place for the weekend relaxation with family. Love the jackfruit. :))

    Have a nice day, regards.
    Amelia

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  2. Wow.. that is an eye opener for us...

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    1. Jom ..key's go @reana claire

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    2. At least we know what this Agro Farm is all about.

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    3. Let's go and explore another farm near Taiping!

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  3. Nice place to walk around if not too hot ☺

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  4. You're very good at finding all these hidden places haha.

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    1. Lol! This was recommended by the daughter of the lady boss where we had lunch in Sauk.

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  5. Nancy, I would be very happy to explore this agrofarm.

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    1. We only saw what was around the car park. We didn't walk any further because we only saw chalets around the area.

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  6. Nice outing,the hot weather put a limit on lots of things.

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    1. Yes, Thomas. We just took a quick look see and got back into the car.

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  7. Hello Nancy!:) Well, this is an interesting place. the pond area is lovely and I really like the wooden building, seeing the deer and the Jack fruits in this serene setting. I wonder what the Jack fruits taste like!!

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    1. Thank you, Breathtaking. The Jack fruits are crunchy and taste very sweet.

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  8. You took us on a really interesting stroll, what a nice place to visit. Loved the old wooden building, it has such character. Have a lovely week.

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  9. The wood building is really excellent.

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  10. A nice way to pass time. You and your friends are great explorers and got rewarded with beautiful scenery and food. Going into strange places for the first can be intimidating but returning home seems to always go faster.
    Beautiful Ixora bushes.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. Thank you, Julia. We enjoyed the trip and food. Have a great day!

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  11. a very beautiful and really "natural" place to visit. calm and peaceful, it looks like the perfect spot for a classroom and learning!!!!

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  12. Ooooo, there is even a bee farm there. I wonder whether the bees will sting people or not if we accidentally bump into their houses. I like to eat jackfruit. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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    1. I too like to eat jackfruit. Have a wonderful day!

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  13. Such a beautiful post,dear! Have a lovely week!xx

    Vildana from :
    http://living-like-v.blogspot.ba/2016/03/the-liebster-award.html
    http://staliaisbae.blogspot.ba/2016/03/why-am-i-void.html

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  14. Got chance, would loves to visit the place...

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. It a nice for a short visit.

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  15. Jack fruits are a new one to me.

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  16. What a fun adventure. I would have loved to visit here.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous day too!

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  17. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  18. The scenery is lovely!

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  19. What a lovely place, I like all the nature scenes. Beautiful plants and views of the water sky and the animals. Happy Monday, enjoy your week ahead!

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  20. That looks such an interesting place. The Jack fruits are very large and I love the idea of stingless bees :-))) I am allergic to them. Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. The Jack fruits are the most attractive thing there. Lol!

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  21. I have never seen Jack's tree it is really interesting. Write more about please

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    1. Thank you, Gosia. Jack fruit trees are our tropical fruit trees.

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  22. IDK if it's just me but i felt like the farms looks so sad, hahaha, but i like the coolness of the wooden building.

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    1. I also don't know much about the place since we only walked a small area. I think it is a place just to relax and de-stress, to enjoy the quiet and nature of the place.

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  23. Hi Nancy, what a wonderful post of your time spent at the Agro Farm. Looks like the perfect place to enjoy nature and relax. Love seeing the deer too.
    Have a wonderful week. Thank you for sharing the wonderful bible verse too.
    Blessings.

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    1. Thank you, Celestina. Have a wonderful week too!

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  24. That place would be a fun place to visit.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. A place just to relax and enjoy the quietness and peace.

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  25. I always enjoy the interesting places you take us too. Great photos. Thank you so much :)

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  26. This seems to be a very peaceful place.

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    1. It may be too peaceful for some. Its like life in the kampung.

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  27. We have different bee hives, nice to be able to see yours.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. These look like made from tree trunks. Have a nice day!

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  28. Now I wanna plant a Jackfruit Tree again, we used to have one on our old house. I love places like that Nancy!

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    1. I love Jack fruit. If I have space, I would want to plant a Jack fruit tree.

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  29. That's a lovely farm. I don't think I have ever had a jackfruit.

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    1. I love Jack fruits, sweet and crunchy but quite expensive now.

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