Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS)

Occupying 130 hectares of land belonging to the Malaysian Research and Development Institute (MARDI), MAEPS is an important hub for agrotourism in the country.

MAEPS Serdang
MAEPS Serdang offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including horse riding, cycling and glamping.

Contact

 +603 8948 4699

 info[at]maeps.com.my

 maeps.com.my

Address

Persiaran MARDI – UPM
43400 Serdang
Selangor, Malaysia

Details

With a total floor space of 42,000 square meters, Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) is also the country’s largest indoor exhibition venue, where corporate and social events, exhibitions and weddings are held.

Besides regularly hosting mega-events such as the popular Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism (MAHA) show, the park has several outdoor activities on offer, including jogging, cycling, camping and glamping.

Lifestyle Park

Lifestyle Park

  • Pasar Tani – One of the largest farmer’s markets in Malaysia, held every Saturday – Photos
  • Horse riding at the Equine Center
  • Orbing – Roll downhill in a giant inflatable ball
  • Fishing at the lake located opposite the State Pavilions
  • Motorsports park where go-karts, drifting and remote-controlled car races take place
  • Camping grounds
  • Observation towers – Enjoy panaromic views from the observation deck
  • Enjoy aerobics, taichi, jogging or brisk walks along the lake, Palm Park or Herbs Garden
Agricultural Showgrounds

Agricultural Showgrounds

State Pavilions – Display of culture, history, architecture, agricultural and agro-businesses across 13 different state-themed pavilions.

Livestock – Showground for livestock and animal auctions, complete with an open arena for rodeo and horse riding.

Machinery – Experience hands-on agricultural machinery and equipment used for tillage, harvesting, seeding, transplanting and others.

Fishery – Collection of various species of fish including arowanas, catfish and Tongsan under natural lake settings.

Vegetables – Green walkways filled with vegetables and fruit pergolas, as well as green houses demonstrating various types of vegetable production and harvesting technology, such as fertigation, hydroponic, Greenkit, Autopot and controlled environment systems.

Herbs – In this landscaped garden, familiarize yourself with over 150 herbs and spices with medicinal values used for essential oils, pharmaceutical and cosmetics, and aroma therapy. Learn about the ‘Kelulut Bee’, also known as Stingless Honey Bees, and discover the mill and laboratory where extraction and fractionation of essential oils take place. There is also a ‘Herbal Garden Maze’ and spa where you can experience traditional treatments using therapeutic herbal ingredients.

Pineapples – Actual pineapple farm demonstrates the processes of pineapple planting and harvesting. A pineapple mill shows how pineapple-based products are produced. There is also an information centre and gallery that highlights the Malaysian pineapple industry. Different species of pineapple, including Josapine, Mas Merah and N36, are showcased.

Paddy – Actual paddy field that illustrates the value chain of the Malaysian rice industry. Enjoy panoramic views and witness paddy planting and harvesting. The information center and gallery exhibits innovative processes relating to paddy cultivation and production. A paddy mill demonstrates the process of converting paddy into rice.

Floriculture – Landscaped garden suitable for outdoor activities including private parties and weddings.

MAEPS Bistro

The lakeside MAEPS Bistro (link) opens for lunch and dinner, serving traditional and fusion Malay cuisine, Western food, as well as a steamboat buffet.

Exhibition Halls

Hall A – Columnless exhibition hall. Gross floor area: 10,000 sqm, height clearance: 7.5 metres.

Hall B & C – Columnless multi-function buildings. Gross Floor Area: 4,000 sqm

Hall D – Ceremonial hall. Gross Floor Area: 8,000 sqm

Opening hours

10.00am – 10.00pm

Office opening hours: 8.30am – 5.30pm

Price/Entrance fees

Entry to MAEPS Serdang is free.

Parking: Over 7,000 parking bays available.

Stay

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Map


How to get to Malaysia Agro Exposition Park (MAEPS Serdang)


Driving is the best way to get here. The approximate distance from the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park to various nearby cities and landmarks is as follows:

  • Kuala Lumpur city centre: 30km
  • Putrajaya: 11km
  • Cyberjaya: 16km
  • University Putra Malaysia: 4km
  • Seri Kembangan: 11km
  • Kajang: 13km

By Train

Board the KTM Komuter train to Serdang station. Thereafter, take a taxi to MAEPS Serdang.

By Bus



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