Timings : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM every day
Closed on Friday and some public holidays
Parking : Available inside
Time Required : More than 1 hour
Entry Fees : Adults - RM 3
Children - RM 1
Camera- RM 2
Laman Padi Langkawi or the Rice Garden Museum is a museum about the history of rice growing. It is a popular go-to eco-tourism spot that features artworks, pictures, charts, and farming equipment about rice cultivation in Langkawi. Situated at Cenang beach, this repository spreads across an area of 14-acres. The museum is further segregated into the Heritage Gallery, Paddy Gallery, Herb Garden, and the Garden of Variety.
The Paddy Gallery serves as a viewing deck that offers a scenic view of the multi-levelled rooftop rice garden. You can also try rice farming in the Garden of Variety. Herb garden is another attractive place here where you will be elaborated on the various local and indigenous herbs, plants, and flowers. The air-conditioned Heritage Gallery or museum throws light on the history of rice through its displays on rice cultivation and harvesting in the island. Set up in June 1999, Laman Padi also involves a floating rice garden, a traditional rice village, and a spa that offers a relaxing massage and some treatments. There are also rice-themed handicrafts that can be purchased from the gift shop here.
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