Couple enjoys retirement while growing durian and other fruits at their organic farm in Bentong


From clockwise:The entrance to the organic farm in Karak, Bentong.Ng showing the leguminouscover crops in his farm that provide an ideal ecosystem for his fruit trees. Musang King also has a distinct outer feature which other species (left) do not have.

A couple’s love for the durian extends beyond savouring the fruit — they also cultivate it at their organic farm in Bentong, Pahang.

Ng Swee Pen, 61, and his wife Chin Nyuk Pheng, 58, also take a personal interests in nurturing the fruit trees at the farm in Karak, about 30km from Bentong town.

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