Using agricultural land for retirement plan and agrotourism hotspot


Picture credit: Christine Koh

PETALING JAYA: A typical day for an accountant who owns a coconut farm in Melaka is not like any other.

“Relaxing under the swaying coconut trees and sipping freshly plucked coconut water while overlooking the canal is the ultimate relaxation for body and mind,” said accountant firm managing partner and farm owner Christine Koh.

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