Taiwan Leisure Farm

Enjoy tranquil getaways, experience warm hospitality and get pampered with modern comfort

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Taiwan Leisure Farm is certainly not your typical impression of farm. In fact it’s more like a resort with a history of farming that emphasized on the natural environment and promoting a sustainable and healthy lifestyle. Some of the farms are still operating their core farming business and as such it’s not surprising that the food they serve is usually made up of produce from their farms. Flowers, fruits and herbs are blended into their cuisines, while poultry and fishes come straight from their own farm. Even wild vegetables are frequently served depending on the season. And during fruits harvest season it’s one of the best time to be there to taste the freshest of fruits as you pluck them straight from the trees.

These farms are unique and cater to different concept of farm stay. Depending on their location they offer visitors a choice of luxurious French inspired chateau to those who want to be close to nature camping under the stars. You can choose from simple organic meal to a full-course of fine dining Chinese cuisines. And if you want to pamper yourself further there are also spa village using their own products that are sourced from the farm’s choice of herbs and flowers. And how about dripping the freshly harvest farm honey into your fruits salad as an appetizer or try to concoct your own special blend of herbs and oil.

Whether you are looking for a relax holiday to enjoy nature’s best or set to explore the mountain peaks, check out these highlights of Taiwan Leisure Farm

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Limoncello, KLCC

Limoncello Food Review/Photography

It’ve been quite a while since my last food review posting. After a break i was ask to attend a food review and take some food shots in the restaurant. The problem with shooting food during review in the restaurant is always rush affair. There are usually at least 8-10 items including appetisers, mains, dessert and drinks. Since we have to taste the food as soon as it is served before it get cold and bland, or worst it melt (for dessert) and get messy. I have to shoot fast. With limited table space to work with, i usually use 1 -2 small flashlights placed on the table and a couple of white cards to filled-in.limoncello_DSC5124

Antipasti Platter 

Calamari, homemade meatball, arancini, chicken wing, caprese, salad nicoise,smoke salmon bruschetta (RM46.80)

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