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The vineyard was totally CLOSED! Except for us, 3 couples, being there, no one else was in sight. The gates were closed.
It would be appreciated if it is made known to visitors who intend to visit that this vineyard is totally closed to avoid...More
After a long drive to Sik ( this place is situated at a rural area , thus not easy to search it ).then ,we realize that it's actually closed . ( Permanently close ).perhaps the weather nowadays is not suitable to plant grape. I hope...More
We paid RM 6 just to walk around one small Green House with grapes hanging and that's all! Nothing else. No one explained to you about the grapes and you have to ask them.
Not worth to visit as it is so rural and literally...More
I found it surprising to have grapes plantations in northern part of Peninsular Malaysia. I have never heard before that Malaysia can plant grapes. It is a surprising discovery.
After much research, I found out there are two plantations in northern Malaysia, one in Kangar...More
I was quite surpised to see a grape vineyard beside the scenic Beris Lake in Sik. This place is an eye-opener to most people who have no knowledge that grapes can be grown and harvested on Malaysian climate. There is a cafe nearby but it...More
Beris Lake Vineyard comes with a large car park (unpaved), very well laid out, organised and clean for what is effectively a farm. As for grapes, we could have visited during the off season for there were not many grapes growing from the vines. Nevertheless,...More
Great stopover for education purpose. You will learn how actually grapes can be grown in Malaysia.
Facilities is well maintained and clean. There is also a scenic view for their lake.
They only accept visitors on weekends, Friday and public holidays. Entrance fee is RM6.
This place is quite interesting to visit just that it's quite far. It's about 47 km from Gurun Toll. If you wish to visit the place, you have to pay RM6 for adult. I think it's quite expensive. Anyway, it's quite interesting to see the...More