The Taman Warisan Pertanian Agriculture Heritage Park is a leisure park that also serves as a living museum. It cultivates various crops that are native to Malaysia, such as cocoa, palm oil, rubber, and a variety of tropical fruits and herbs.
The park’s fruit trees include jackfruit, guava, mango, dragon fruit, star fruit, and many more. You’ll notice that some of the fruits have plastic bags wrapped around them to deter pests, and there are also signs with information on each fruit species, such as their health benefits. The herbs and spices at the park include things like lemongrass and black pepper, while the commercial crops, such as the rubber tree groves, have demonstrations on how they are transformed into their final products.
While you’re not allowed to pick the fruit as you wander around the park, the hilly pathways and abundance of trees and crops makes for a pleasant experience. The whole park is built on a hill, and there’s an observation platform with views across Putrajaya at the top.
A visit to the Taman Warisan Pertanian Agriculture Heritage Park is part of the itinerary of various Putrajaya day trips from Kuala Lumpur, including a private half-day tour of the city with a cruise on Putrajaya Lake.
Insider’s Tip: If you can, plan your visit to coincide with a meal time. Taman Warisan has a food court area with a number of stalls selling various Malaysian-style dishes. The food here is so good that many local residents of Putrajaya are said to visit the park just for the food!
As you enter Taman Warisan, you will find an information center and a map at the top of some steps. You can choose to walk around the park or hire a buggy to navigate the hilly paths. The most convenient way to reach the park is with an organized tour that includes roundtrip transfers.