Wednesday, October 27, 2004


100 Neo Tiew Road, Singapore 719026
Residence : Tel : 68985001 Fax: 68982602

Singapore : Country Living

Country Living Posted by Hello

BOLLYWOOD VEGGIES: in the Kranji Farm and Countryside.
Taste the good life, warm earthy scents, fresh brewed coffee, clean green air and then bet the farm for a fabulous day out in the Kranji Countryside.

Contact Monica or Ivy Singh.
Wed - Fri (office) : Tel/Fax: 68982013

Back to the Roots

Editorial & Image copyrights Prestige Magazine Singapore Posted by Hello

Bollywood Veggies probably grows the most variety and is larger producer of bananas and papayas in Singapore. They also specialise in fruit vegetables such as ladies fingers, long beans, cucumbers, bitter gourds. They also grow uncommon medicinal trees and herbs. They claim to grow the hottest chilli padi on the island. Another product are lotus.

You can buy organically grown vegetables, pots of herbs and medicinal plants, have a lovely meal at the Bistro, fish at their pond or just stroll about on the farm.

A great introduction for kids to farms. You don't have to go all the way to Australia.

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Map of Singapore : Location Bollywood Veggies

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Ivy Singh-Lim Posted by Hello

Bollywood Veggies : Organic Productions

In a land , far from the madding crowds.... off a country lane................... Posted by Hello

Bollywood veggies is the brain child of Lim Ho Seng and Ivy Singh Lim. The vegetable farm sits on an a beautiful 10 hectare land area. Its a slice of heaven in the heart of the Singapore Countryside. Located in an oasis in the middle of the Sungei Tengah and Sungei Buloh river valleys, Bollywood Veggies offers you the opportunity to see the development of a well laid out vegetable farm.

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