[PHOTOS] There's A Gorgeous Sunflower Field Right Here In M'sia And Admission Is Just RM6

No need to travel to Thailand or Amsterdam!

Cover image via Instagram @justmiinee & Taman Ular Dan Reptilia Negeri Perlis/Facebook

A lot of people are willing to board a plane just to visit beautiful sunflower fields around the world

Tourists at the sunflower labyrinth outside th Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.

Image via Amsterdamian

They would travel hundreds of kilometres just to take in the sight of the lush sunflower fields in Thailand or the famous sunflower maze outside of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

However, if you aren't exactly keen on buying a flight ticket to see sunflowers, then you might be happy to hear that you can experience it right here in Malaysia.

There is actually a super Insta-worthy sunflower field only a few hours away from KL

The Snake and Reptile Park in Kangar, Perlis is not only one of the biggest snake parks in Asia, but it's also home to a pretty impressive sunflower field.

According to their Facebook page, the sunflower field was only recently opened to the public in July 2019.

Here, you can strike a pose and leave everyone wondering whether you've travelled far and wide to a sunflower field overseas

When the truth is, it's just right here in Malaysia. Pretty unbelievable, right?

If you're lucky, you might even be able to see the workers harvest some sunflower seeds.

The best part is, it costs less than RM10 for you to have a whole photo shoot amidst the sunflowers

The entrance fee to the park is priced at only RM6 for adults and RM3 for children.

The ticket will also give you access to all of the other attractions on-site such as the petting zoo, and the reptile conservatory where you'll be able to check out over 150 different snake species.

Well, looks like it's time to grab your friends and take a trip to Perlis!

You can find out more about the Perlis Snake and Reptile Park from their Facebook page.

Perlis Snake and Reptile Park,
Sungai Batu Pahat,
02400 Kangar,

Opening hours:
Daily (9am - 5pm)

Instead of driving, you can choose to travel to Perlis by train and even sit in business class:

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