Sharing the Experience

Selangor Fruit Valley (SFV)

Selangor Fruit Valley (SFV) is developed by Perbadanan Kemajuan Pertanian Selangor (PKPS), a subsidiary of Selangor State Government. The purpose of SFV is to have visitors experience an educational agricultural life at first hand taste fresh produce sold by local farmers. Various attraction awaits at SFV such Tropical Fruits Farm, Herbs & Spices Garden, Selangor Traditional House, Deer Park, Rabbit Park  and more.

Address: KM 7, Jalan Rawang – Bestari Jaya, 45600 Bestari Jaya, Selangor.

Tel : 03 – 3272 0019 / 20

Operation Hour: Tuesday – Sunday: 9am to 4pm,
Monday: Closed


Perbadanan Kemajuan Pertanian Selangor (PKPS)
(Selangor Agricultural Development Corporation)

Address: Wisma PKPS Precint 3.2, Tingkat 10 – 11, Persiaran Perbandaran, Seksyen 14, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan. 


Tel : 03-55192621 / 2 / 3                Fax : 03-55191481
email: support@pkps.gov.my

 

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Our Stories

Selangor Fruit Valley received the Malaysia Tourism Council Gold Awards 2017 in Agro Tourism Experience category at Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, 20th November 2017.

Agro-tourism of Selangor Fruits Valley was officially opened by The Selangor Menteri Besar YAB Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali on the 8th July 2017

2017 – AgroFest

Dec 2016 – Pre Launch of Agro Tourism in Selangor Fruit Valley by Perbadanan Kemajuan Pertanian Selangor (PKPS)  

2014 – SFV was managed by PKPS Plantation Division.
2015 – The rehabilitation of fruits farms and infrastructures were carried out
with the objective to re-establish Agro-tourism programmes. 182 hectares are planted with 18 species of fruits trees such as durian, jackfruits, chempedak, pulasan, mango, kelapa, watermelon etc. 

2002 – Commenced land clearing and started fruit farming activities.

2004 – Commercial fruit farming with 500 hectare planted with Carambola(belimbing).
2005 – Embark into Agro-tourism venture as Selangor Tropical Fruits Garden (STFG)
2007 – Selangor Tropical Fruits Garden (STFG) was opened to Public.
2009 – Restructuring of Selangor Fruits Valley (SFV) & Selangor Tropical Fruits Garden (STFG) under  PKPS. The agro-tourism programs was temporarily discontinued  due to the high losses and poor results.