My hometown Labis is famous for Ecotourism. Our first stop will be visiting tropical fruits farm, where you can see the trees, know how the trees are cultivated, then pick and eat the fresh fruits like jambu, banana, starfruits etc. During some seasons, you will be lucky to have durians, rambutans and mangosteens! When the sun is on top of your head, we will head to the Sg Bantang Waterfall. Let the clear cool water run through your fingers, splash the chilly water to your friends/family, or jump into the water yourself and you will forget that the surrounding temperature is 30 degrees. If you are lucky, you will see monkeys when you look up! At night, we can have a food hunt. Depends on your preferences (and the size of your stomach), we can have Malaysian, Chinese and/or Indian food. There are plenty of hawkers/restaurants/cafes that open till midnight. From fried noodles and fried rice to satays and roti canai.
I've lived in France and China and have been to more than 20 countries. Having experienced many different food, cultures, nature and lifestyles, I still find that my hometown - Labis very charming and special. I have hosted some of my European friends in Labis, and brought them to discover the hospitality of the locals, the food & fruits and the nature wonders (hot pool and cold waterfall). They had some great moments and experience of a lifetime in Labis!
For the food hunt, let us know your preferences so that we can book/arrange earlier.
The whole experiences will take place at Labis and its surroundings city like Segamat and Bekok. Fruit farms: Labis (depends on the fruit seasons) Sg Bantang Waterfall, Bekok Geothermal Hot Pool: Labis Culinary class: Labis Food hunt: Labis Night Market on Friday: Labis
Although Labis is small town and the transport to come here might not be easy, the things, food and cultures that you can discover during you stay will worth it.
Discover the ecotourism and nature