Do I need to pre-book to enter the farm? Is it chargeable?
No pre-booking is required but do remember to keep to the current Covid-19 guidelines. Entry to the farm for walk-ins is complimentary but only available on Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm.
Are guided farm tours available every day?
Due to Covid-19 guidelines, there might be some changes to the tours requirements. Kindly email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more updated details.
Are the guided farm tours & activities suitable for all ages (including children and senior citizens) and special needs?
Yes, our farm tour and activities are suitable for all ages and can be catered for those with special needs.
What happens if it rains when I want to visit?
Our farm is fully sheltered. However, do note that the carpark area is outdoors.
Do you have any rest areas?
We do have a bench area where you can sit and rest
When is your Weekend Market open?
It is open every Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm. We do not open on Public Holidays unless it falls on Saturday and Sunday.
Who should I contact if I have other questions?
For more information, please contact us at 67656629 or email us at email@example.com (for general enquiries) and firstname.lastname@example.org (for events and tours)
Jin Bao Cai
Jin Bao Cai is a unique leafy vegetable that cannot be normally found at supermarkets.
Cai Xin is one of the most nutritious Asian vegetable as it contains vitamin A, C and K. Best cooked stir fry with sliced ginger and garlic.
Baby Kai Lan
Baby Kai Lan is an excellent source of fibre which aids those who suffer from elevated cholesterol levels. It also helps to cleanse the colon.
Kai Lan is high in dietary fibre which helps with digestion and encourages bowel movements. Best cooked with garlic.
Xiao Bai Cai
Xiao Bai Cai can be steamed or boiled, but the stir fry method of cooking seems to release the best flavours.
Kao Pek, also known as “Jiu Bai Cai” (Nine Cabbage) is packed with vitamin C. It is easy to add in your diet and best boiled or braised.
Chinese Endives are commonly used in stir frying and steamboats. When blend into juice, it has a lot of health benefits such as clearing of acne, relieve constipation and more.
Nai Bai is rich in Vitamin A, C and K. It is simple to prepare and cook. Many prefer to cook the vegetable as a whole instead of chopping them up into smaller pieces.
Kang Kong has tender shoots along with the leaves and are usually stir-fried with chilli pepper, garlic, ginger, dried shrimp paste and other spices.
Sweet Potato Leaves
Baby Sweet Potato Leaves are derived from Sweet Potato. It boosts the immune system and thus helps to prevent infections and disease.
Lady finger, also known as “Okra”, is packed with many antioxidants that benefit your health. One trick to reduce sliminess is to wash lady finger and pat it dry thoroughly before cutting as water enhances its sliminess.
Groundnut Root also known as “Peanut Root” is commonly used to make Peanut Root Soup, this is well known for its benefits to make a child grow taller according to the older generation.
Radish is a type of root vegetable that is high on fibre that improves on digestion. Commonly used to add into soup to enhance sweetness.
Pea Sprouts are nutritious and rich in vitamin A which helps to boost our immune system and keep our eyes healthy.
Sweet Leaf is a great source of vitamin C, B, and K. The vegetable is best cooked with eggs and wolfberries.
Baby Spinach has smaller leaves and a sweeter taste than its mature counterpart. It also contains the same nutritional makeup as mature spinach.
Malabar Spinach, also known as “帝王苗” in Singapore and Malaysia is very low in cholesterol and is a good source of protein.
Red Ceylon Spinach
Red Ceylon Spinach leaves are picked and used in the same way as normal spinach – steam or stir-fry.
Red Spinach, also known as “Red Cardinal” has red veins in the leaves and deep red stems. Very low in calories and is a good source of vitamin A and C, iron, calcium and folic acid.
Round Spinach boosts energy levels and lowers blood pressure. The round leaves are excellent for cooking soup, so add some wolfberries into your favourite soup stock for a bowl of healthy soup.
Sharp Spinach leaves are long and have a sharp end. It is rich in beta-carotene, calcium and iron.
Peppermint is an aromatic herb and may help relieve headaches and clogged sinuses. It can also help freshen your breath.
Thai Basil is a type of culinary herb that is good for digestion and is also known for its strong anti-inflammatory properties.
Mugwort is used medicinally as it is a herb that is used as a “tonic” and to boost energy. It is also a useful remedy for menstrual discomfort.
Chun Cai is a kind of lettuce, its stems are short and covered by leaves.
Green Coral Lettuce
Green Coral Lettuce is high in nutrients and low in calories. Extremely hydrating and packed with Vitamin K.
Red Oak Lettuce
Red Oak Lettuce helps to boost the immune system and have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Butterhead Lettuce is loaded with minerals that is important to or diet. It also contains potassium, which helps regulates blood pressure and control heart rate.
Crystal Lettuce is very juicy and crispy. It goes very well for burgers and sandwiches.
Romaine Lettuce is high in minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium. It is often use in Caesar salad.
Raw Aloe Vera
Raw Aloe Vera can be used as a skin treatment and to eat either cooked or raw. Simply boil it with raw rock sugar and this will help aid digestion and reduce blood sugar levels.
Ice Jelly Aloe Vera
Our signature Aloe Vera Ice Jelly is made with Aloe Vera grown at our farm. All natural and no preservatives added.
Mango Pudding Aloe Vera
Our signature Aloe Vera Mango Pudding is made with real mangoes and comes with plenty of Aloe Vera Chunks. All natural and no preservatives added.
Honey Aloe Vera Drink
Our signature Aloe Vera Drink made with Aloe Vera grown at our farm. The perfect thirst quencher, all natural and no preservatives added.