Nasuha Herbs and Spices Farm


The farm is located at the 19 Km of Jalan Muar Pagoh, Johor and was featured in the “Jalan-jalan cari makan” TV3 program. The farm covers an area of over 3200 acres, known to be the largest Herbs and Spices farm in Asia, producing 6 to 10 metric tonnes of raw herbs and spices each day. The farm is planted with 135 types of herbs collected from all over the world.

The farm practises organic fertilization technique to prevent chemical contamination.

There are a restaurant, a herbal SPA, a resort and a processing plant inside the farm.

Nasuha Herbal Restaurant beckons visitors with it’s uniquely crafted decorations that touches on nature and health-themed creations. The restaurant serves a variety of spicy and herbal cuisines with 8 selection of herbal teas based on individual specific health needs or merely just for general health.

Dormitory, villa and cottage can be rented from RM30 per person for dormitary up to RM600 for a cottage.

The Therapeutic Health Spa consist of 3 lodges. Each of these lodge has 2 sauna rooms that can accommodate 2 to 4 persons each time. These lodges are built from a combination of designs from Japan, China, Korea, Finland, Egypt to obtain the most effective herbal sauna. The saunas are heated using steam from underground. The rocks are slowly heated to 90 C. Herbal infused water is then splashed at the rocks to produce steam, thus giving a refreshing aroma and formation of negative ions which is beneficial to health.

Group tour can be arranged to visit the farm, bird watching, hiking, etc. and stress management course is also offered to public members.

How to get there?

From PLUS highway,  get out at Pagoh Interchange and follow Jalan Muar-Pagoh to Muar direction. Nasuha Herbs and Spices Farm is at about 5 Km from Interchange and is situated on your left hand side.

From Muar city, take the Jalan Pagoh to PLUS  highway, the farm is at 19 Km.

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GPS Coordinates: 2.116414N, 102.679199E Geotag Icon Show on map


Posted by on May 30, 2012 under Eco-tourism.