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Thursday, April 20, 2023

Nictar Pineapple Park 旺梨屋

While landing our feet in Pekan Nanas, a Town in Pontian District, Johor Malaysia, visiting Pineapple Park is a must as the town is known for their pineapple plantation industry.


For someone who live in a city all my life, visiting a plantation and travelling to rural places spark interest in me. The farm is not too big but interesting. 

Pineapple Ground

While it was after  heavy rain, the grass patches were quite wet.


The Big Pineapple

There are also some pineapples planted in the flower pot besides those in the field

Pineapple in the Pot

Pineapple Statue



They grow passion fruits and vanilla plants too. Its not often that we get to see the source of vanilla and its kind of educational to open our eyes and walk around the park. 

Vanilla Plant

Vanilla Pods

We spotted an old school bike parking near the side entrance of the place.

Bicyle Display

The partition is made up of planks and bamboos and aesthetically Nictar Pineapple Park looks very simple from far.

Part of the Park

Chilled glass bottles of pineapple juice are a must-have when you are there. There are no preservatives & additives. The sweetness of pineapple was manageable and it was not sour at all. Now they are selling Roselle drink in glass bottles too.

Pineapple Juice - RM 6.50 / Bottle

On top of enjoying the fresh juice from the real pineapple fruits, we enjoyed chewing down the sweet pineapple slices. It tastes refreshing and its juiciness were addictive. 

Cut Pineapple

Besides juice and fruit, you can bring back their freshly made pineapple tarts as a souvenir or even their pineapple jam, pineapple chilli sauce etc.

Pineapple Tarts

Pineapple Tarts come in a box of 10 and each comes with individual packaging. As these Pineapple Tarts were made without preservatives, they can only be kept for at most a month. Each individual packaging comprises 3 rolls of buttery fragrant Pineapple Tarts. The fillings were perfectly wrapped in the yellow-golden roll.

Nictar Pineapple Tarts

These golden rolls were made of butter, flour, egg yolks and a little bit of icing sugar.

Pineapple Tarts

The traditional Vietnamese dripping Coffee is also available for those who needs to have caffeine from the beverages.

Vietnamese Coffee



They are also selling fresh pineapple fruit too.

Pineapple - RM 10 / Piece

While at this corner, you can see the hand drawn site map at the side of the picture.

Map of Nictar Pineapple Park

These ice cream is a perfect choice especially when the day is burning hot. These cups can be retrieve from the chiller and there is an assortment of Ice Cream flavours. We had the Pineapple Ice Cream. It was not too sweet.

Pineapple Ice Cream

We also ordered the Roselle Ice Cream, it was a mixture of sweetness as well as some soury portion.

Roselle Ice Cream

Overall, I love the humble furnishings and calm place like this. I'm quite glad that its not commercialized and still has a kind of kampung feel. Owners are friendly and hospitable too. 

Nictar Pineapple Park
PTD 10822, Batu 24, 81500 Pekan Nanas, Johor, Malaysia

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