Malls take to farming indoors


Located on the ground floor of Quayside Mall, Farm by the Quay is home to six types of leafy vegetables. — Photos: SS KANESAN, KK SHAM and CHAN TAK KONG/The Star

URBAN farming involving local communities is a much-talked-about topic among Klang Valley folk.

As more and more community and urban farms emerge in the city, shopping centres in Klang Valley are jumping on the bandwagon to showcase urban farms set up within their premises.

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