Those who grow up in cities rarely have the opportunity to visit the farms and plantations and experience firsthand how food sources and plant-based commodities are cultivated. The cultivation of crops and livestock is has been an integral aspect of Asia’s development throughout the centuries.
There is an abundance of agricultural land in Malaysia, with agricultural produce contributing about 12% of the nation’s GDP. With innovative planning and investment, Malaysia can be developed into one of the top agrotourism destinations in the world, allowing tourists to trace their food back to the source.
EACANTA works with farmers and agribusiness to develop agrotourism destinations. Our work ranges from developing luxurious farm stays and glamping, to tourism development for existing farms and plantations to provide our guests with authentic farming experience, such as rubber tapping, rice planting and enjoying freshly dropped durians at the plantation.