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Garden Closed | 9 May 2018
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May 2, 2018May 5, 2018

Garden Closed | 9 May 2018

The Malaysia’s 14th General Election is around the corner and election fever is upon us! Please note that we will be closed on 9 May 2018 for this occasion and encourages the empowerment of our voting rights!

Figs In The Garden
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May 25, 2015May 6, 2018

Figs In The Garden

The huge Fig tree in the garden Figs (Ficus spp) are one of the successful forest species, with up to 900 species distributed around the world. Fig trees play an important role in the tropical rainforest as the syconium makes up the main diet for many types of animals in the forest, from mammals, e.g. monkeys,...

‘Birding In Your Neighbourhood’ With Kanda Kumar!
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May 19, 2015May 6, 2018

‘Birding In Your Neighbourhood’ With Kanda Kumar!

Are you a bird enthusiast, love bird watching, a beginner in birding world and would love to learn more about the local birdies around Penang? If yes, come join us for this unique birding workshop as Mr Kanda Kumar of Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) will be teaching us on the basic identification & sketching techniques on some...

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May 8, 2015May 6, 2018

Why “5 Senses”?

Why “5 Senses” Tropical Spice Garden offers a variety of children nature educational programmes, targeting kids between the ages of 6 to 12 years old. We hope to educate the next generation on the importance of the tropical rainforest ecosystem and ignite an appreciation for the Garden’s various flora & fauna.   One of the...

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July 31, 2014May 6, 2018

Night Walks

Night Walks at Tropical Spice Garden For the first time ever, Tropical Spice Garden 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...

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July 17, 2014May 6, 2018

Storing Spices?

TSG Cooking School Spice Rack 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...

Smart Uses For Tea-Tree Essential Oil
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July 9, 2014May 6, 2018

Smart Uses For Tea-Tree Essential Oil

TSG Tree Tree Oil | Essential Oil Series 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...

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June 11, 2014May 6, 2018

Green Is The New Black

Cheng Lze Huei 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...

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May 1, 2014May 6, 2018

Wedding @ Water Garden

Aspen & Tamika Bear 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...