If you’re a fan of Van Gogh, the Dutch painter (known for his sunflower painting) and travelling to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam or sunflower fields in the neighbouring country, Thailand, Taiwan might burn a hole in your wallet, do you know there is a breath-taking sunflower field in Malaysia? Yes, it’s true. Let us show you where you can roam around in a yellow field of joy right here in Malaysia.
We do have a sunflower field in Malaysia! It’s amazing and you can take oh-so-very pretty pictures as many as you want!
The Insta-worthy sunflower field only a few hours away from KL. It’s the newest addition to the Snake and Reptile Park in Kangar, Perlis. This sunflower field is not only one of the biggest parks in Asia but, it’s also home to a pretty, bright, sunny, yellow sunflower field.
The sunflower field is just opened back in July 2019 – boasting rows of bright yellow sunflowers and every spot yearning for a picture to be taken at. The trip to a sunflower field in Perlis is definitely worth it and it is recommended to come here on a hot and sunny day if you’re expecting to see all of them in full bloom!
With only RM6 you can wander around the giant sunny sunflower field
The sunflower field is not costly and in fact, you only need to pay RM 6 for adult and RM 3 for children for the entry fee. You can spend as long as you wish and shoot as many photos as you like.
If you are lucky, you might be able to see the workers harvest some sunflower seeds. It’s a good opportunity if you never know how sunflower seeds are harvested. On top of that, the park also provides an opportunity for tourists to try planting sunflower seeds. How cool is that!
Besides, the park is also home to one of the biggest snake parks in Asia
If travelling to Perlis just to witness sunflower field is not enough to convince you to travel here, the park also has a fun petting zoo with lots of super adorable animals and exotic reptiles like scaly snakes and crocodiles.
Don’t worry if you’re afraid of the reptiles as they are all properly contained in separate sectors. If you’re brave enough, you may even be able to hold one of the scaly animals on your visit here.
Located right beside the sunflower field is a petting zoo that has most of your favourite pets under one roof. You can pet rabbits, tortoises, ducks and many more.
For only RM6, you get sunflowers, a petting zoo and a reptile conservatory. So what are you waiting for? Make this your next road trip destination – it’ll be worth the trip. Bring your family over here for a fun day-trip and post as many Insta-worthy pictures on your feed!