This is so crazy! I spent almost whole day visiting the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture & Agrotourism fair (MAHA 2016) with my bunch of blogger friends. We ate, drank, played, learnt, and of course, snapped a lot of photos together while having so much fun there.
Happening from 1 to 11 December 2016 at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), MAHA 2016 is a biennial event to actively promotes agriculture and agro-based industries in Malaysia, showcasing all the different components of this fast-growing industry.
Divided into four zones, visitors can take the tram to few places like Main Exhibition Halls, State Pavilions, NAFAS Agro Youth Camp & Cube, Pineapple Planet, My DOF Valley (Fisheries), Laman Padi BERNAS, Herbs & Vegetables Garden District, Livestock, Machinery, Floriculture, Food Empire, Ecofarm, Rhythm of the Farmers (ROTF @ D’Lereng), Upin & Ipin Kampung Durian Runtuh, Kampung Mak Cun, and so many more!
Nafas [email protected] is the latest attraction in MAHA 2016.
Combining the concept of container, culvert and camping tents, Nafas [email protected] offers youth and family a fun staycation experience with exciting outdoor activities around MAEPS.
I fall in love again with this fruit after getting to know more about it at Pineapple Planet by Lembaga Perindustrian Nanas Malaysia.
The golden yellow MD2 pineapple tastes sweeter compare to others, with more complex and less fiber in the pulp, containing 4 times more vitamin C and less acidic. You can check out mpib.gov.my for more information about pineapple industry in Malaysia.
Interesting Air Bonsai from Urban Green Cabin, a bonsai tree set that allows your plant to float, creating a conversational piece that will tie the room together.
Learn to conserve the ocean together, and say no to shark fin products.
Be the first to discover the latest market trends, you can find everything about agriculture at MAHA 2016.
I can stay in the Main Exhibition Halls for long hours to explore the latest in agriculture technology, agro food and agro-based products and services.
For those seeking to grow their business in agriculture and agro-based industries, do come to MAHA 2016 and take advantage of this dynamic business opportunity.
The kids like Upin & Ipin so much, and they get to learn the agriculture through fun and colourful animation as well as interactive activities such as stage show and gaming. What a brilliant way to educate agriculture to the young generation!
I am truly impressed with MAHA 2016. Filled with showcases and activities that were appealed to those involved in agriculture, business owners and investors as well as the general public, this 11-day event has successfully attracted 3.7 million visitors which exceeded the total amount of 3 million visitors in year 2014.
Impressive video shows the Most Crowded Timelapse during MAHA 2016.
Looking forward to the next MAHA, bravo team!
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