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Gaharu Tea Valley

Mukim Teja, Kampung Sungai Itek 9840 Jalan Gopeng | Gaharu Tea Valley, Gopeng 31600, Malaysia
+60 5-351 1999
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Learned alot of things regarding gaharu tea.. The road to this place is narrow so drive carefully... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jaszy_77
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Beautiful greenery

The drive takes you into narrow kampung road. Well managed place with friendly staff. You can... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
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Gaharu Tea Valley Gopeng (務邊沉香山茶園). HOGA had a quiet and unofficial inception in 1992. At present, the plantation located within the quaint little town of Gopeng, has 200,000 trees of a special Aquilaria spp (Gaharu Gopeng, Geographical Patent GI2013:00005) and other natural attractions that will leave you mesmerized. The Gaharu tree is listed as an endangered species by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna known as CITES. It is not only organically cultivated here to further prevent its extinction but Gaharu Tea Valley Gopeng is the only plantation with 300 acres of the special hybrid Aquilaria spp trees. Due to its uniqueness, Gaharu Gopeng has been aptly coined as HOGA (Holistic Gaharu). It is indeed holistic in its quality as its benefits can be extracted from every part of the tree. Gaharu, commonly known as Agarwood and also called Eaglewood, Aloeswood, ChenXiang, (沉香), Jin-koh (沈香), or Oud (عود) in different countries, has many beneficial and healing properties. Possessing such an array of valuable qualities, Gaharu has played a vast and significant role in Middle Eastern, Chinese and Ayurvedic cultures and the earliest documented use of Agarwood was in 600 CE but its existence in the medicinal
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Mukim Teja, Kampung Sungai Itek 9840 Jalan Gopeng | Gaharu Tea Valley, Gopeng 31600, Malaysia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Learned alot of things regarding gaharu tea.. The road to this place is narrow so drive carefully because you'll pass by a Malay kampung..Have a buy a tour ticket which is Rm10 and the van driver will drive you around the valley and stops at...More

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Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

The drive takes you into narrow kampung road. Well managed place with friendly staff. You can have ice cream or snacks at the little tuck shop. For the tour, you have to buy ticket rm10 per adult. The van - clean n with air cont...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2018

this is a tea plantation. they have a tea outlet in ipoh city. you can taste and buy all the different types of tea's.

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Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

My favorite part was the tea tasting. My my... the tea tasted really good and smelled like pandan, but they said no pandan in it! I ended up bought a pack to bring home. Their Hoga ice cream was delicious too! Our guide, Mr. Ponchu...More

1  Thank b14w4k42p41
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Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

Quite a good experience if you don’t know anything about Gaharu trees or Agarwood. Impressive range of products to buy and try. Worth a stop and a drink or a snack. There a RM10 tour too if you are interested.

1  Thank Jo-AnnKYTan
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

Simple tea plantation with friendly staff More educational than anything. The van that took us around had audio system playing the introduction to various parts of the plantation and educational information about tea and plants. Staff were extremely friendly.

1  Thank bennyvectra
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Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

The place comprises 200,000 gaharu trees. Gaharu also known as agarwood is renowned for its medicinal qualities. We were captivated by the Lover Trees, an intertwining pair of centuries old trees, growing together and embracing each other like lovers, branches connected together and are inseparable....More

1  Thank GAN L
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Reviewed 8 February 2018 via mobile

Is a great place to visit. Stay relaxing😋~ Take a breath of fresh air 👫~ Must try the Gaharu Ice Cream🍦 tastes better in hot-weather 😌

1  Thank zoeytpt T
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

I was at the Plantation last week it was an amazing and an organic educational experience. I must say that the tea at night defiantly contributes to me sleeping like a baby. I will definitely buy more .I am also buying the oil. The air...More

3  Thank Tracy K
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Reviewed 25 January 2018 via mobile

It was my 1️⃣st visit to this beautiful tea 🍃🌱 valley 😍🤩 Love my panoramic photo 📸 captured here , the scenery is beautiful right❓⁉️ Just a small entrance fee🎟of RM🔟/pax, you can get in to a shuttle van 🚐 with a guide🙋🏻‍♂️to share all...More

1  Thank siennylovesdrawing
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We went in a hired bus as we are not familiar with this area.
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