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Night Walks : HERPING ft. Evan

Night Walks @ TSG is getting more and more exciting! For the upcoming Night Walk, we have a special guest joining us as the guide of the night… Mr Evan Quah! Evan studies amphibians and reptiles around Malaysia, which we address him as a “Herpetologist” ! (Herpetology-Study of Amphibians and Reptiles). For those who bear the passion […]


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The Big Draw : Campaign for Drawing

Are you passionate about drawing? In love with the green outdoors? Join us at Tropical Spice Garden this Sunday, 5pm at the Pavilion and enjoy and evening of sketching in our beautiful glass box where you can look out and compose a world of beautiful plants. If you would like to get up close and […]


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TSG Cooking School's new HOMEpage

The Tropical Spice Garden Cooking School now has a new website with more information and for easier reference. No, we are not separating from each other nor moving out, just thought that a stand alone website for The School itself would be great to meet the needs of the guest as time goes by. Browse […]


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Night Walks

For the first time ever, Tropical Spice Garden Penang presents Night Walks! Set in a beautiful jungle valley of 8 acres,  our garden showcases a living collection of more than 500 species of flora and fauna. It will be the best nature classroom to discover nocturnal plants, and creatures. Starting exclusively with max 12 guest […]


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Storing Spices?

Whether you’re partial to bold curries, homemade chilli, warmly spiced granola, or all three, chances are you’ve accrued quite the spice collection, but do you know how best to store your flavourful bounty? Protect your investment by keeping a few simple guidelines in mind: Store spices in airtight containers away from direct heat and sunlight, preferably in a […]


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Smart Uses For Tea-Tree Essential Oil

Tea-tree essential oil is an antibacterial powerhouse, making it so useful around the house. Tea-tree, or melaleuca, oil has a slight camphor-like odor and is made from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, which is native to South East Queensland in Australia. You can find tea-tree oil at most health food stores for a few […]


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Green is the New Black

People are drawn to vegetarian by all sorts of motives including to live healthier and to save the environment. Lze Huei shares her vegetarianism by cooking and believes that people are still open for modern living vegetarian lifestyle base on her experiences.   Lze Huei started her career since 2007 by sharing her personal menu […]


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A Culinary Adventure with Dad - TSG Cooking School

“A Culinary Adventure with Dad” – Father’s Day special Cooking Class just for the faithful fathers and cheeky child! Don’t know how to cook? No worries, we have our talented Chef Rohana to guide you/them throughout the whole session and you will be amazed when you see how good your husband/kid can be! Class is […]


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Wedding @ Water Garden

Last week was great at the garden as we celebrated Aspen & Tamika’s wedding. It was wonderful yet touching to see them tying the knot together and now become one in the presence of their family. Though it was a small yet simple ceremony but we can feel the warm of the couple and their […]


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Garden Audio Tour -check out our new rates

Yes, this what’s we’re working on recently. All the installations and renovations is going on progressively in the garden now. Garden Audio Tour starts on 1st of April 2014 in 7 international languages. It is an innovative by the garden hoping to bring your garden tour experience to a whole new level. Garden Audio Tour […]


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There are total 120 posts.