Prawn Valley Farm recently gained in popularity for being every seafood-loving Malaysian’s new hideout spot.

Though it’s been around since late 2017, locals have recently started visiting the prawn park in Hulu Langat.

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With 2 manmade ponds, guests can pay a fee to fish to their heart’s content at the prawn farm which is open till the wee hours of the morn’.

There are 2 ponds called Pond A and Pond B, and both are open for the public.

Pond A is a little smaller in size as compared to Pond B and the latter can easily see 26 or more guests fishing together at any given time.

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Your catch would include the freshest seafood and what’s cool is that the pond is constantly being refreshed with new live seafood so nobody would go home empty-handed.

Currently, 1 hour of fishing at Prawn Valley Farm is priced at RM30, whereas 2 hours of fishing is priced at RM50 and 3 hours of fishing is priced at RM68.

Alternatively, if you’re feeling hungry, opt to head to the Prawn Valley Farm restaurant which is located right next to the ponds.

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Here, you can fish for your catch from a smaller “pond” using metal tongs.

Enjoy the all-you-can-eat buffet deal where paying RM68 per pax will allow you to fish to your heart’s content for 2 hours. Whatever you wind up catching is yours for the taking and you can proceed to grill them over a charcoal-lit BBQ.

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The 2 hours will fly right by so it’s best to grill your first batch of seafood and enjoy one round of feasting prior to fishing once more for your 2nd round! 😉

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Some of the seafood that you’ll be able to enjoy include:

  • Prawns
  • Crabs
  • Clams
  • Lala
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This unique concept of being able to fish for your own meal and prepare it from scratch has prompted KL-ites to drive down to the humble farm in Hulu Langat.

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But, if you’re a huge fan of seafood, Prawn Valley Farm is definitely one place worth traveling to.

Prawn Valley Farm

Hours: Wednesdays-Mondays: 12pm-6am, Tuesdays: 12pm-3am

Address: Lot 100, Jalan Sungai SOP Batu 14 Pekan Hulu Langat, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Prawn Valley Farm

Tel: 018-281 4918

Feature Image Credit: Instagram users @yeeof, joanjoansaw

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