Bollywood Veggies
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Admission
   
S$2.00 per person (above 12 and below 60 yrs) entrance fee to visit the farm area.
   
Open
   
9.00 am to 6.00 pm, Wednesday to Sunday, including Public Holidays.
   
Transportation
   
Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. This bus will go to Bollywood Veggies on Sunday and Public Holidays only.

Alternatively, you can take the Kranji Express at Kranji MRT bus stop.

By car, PIE towards Tuas, EXIT 36 keep right towards Kranji and follow the sign for Hay Dairies / Sungei Buloh, after you pass the SAF Armour Camp (Sungei Gedong), turn right into Neo Tiew Road, head towrds lamp-post 102, slow down at yellow bridge and prepare to turn right at No. 100

   
Information
   
Bollywood Veggies
100 Neo Tiew Road,
Singapore 719026.
Tel: (65) 6898 5001
Fax: (65) 6898 2013
Email:
Website: www.bollywoodveggies.com
Bollywood Veggies is located in an oasis in the middle of the Sungei Tengah and Sungei Buloh river valleys. This farm is run by Mrs Ivy Singh-Lim and her husband, Mr Lim Ho Seng, former CEO of NTUC FairPrice.

Bollywood Veggies probably grows the most variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers etc. and is the largest producer of organic bananas and papayas in Singapore. They also specialise in fruit vegetables such as ladies fingers, long beans, cucumbers, bitter gourds. They also grow uncommon medicinal trees and herbs and probably the hottest chilli padi on the island. There is also a natural and beautiful lotus pond in the Sanctuary.

You can buy organically grown vegetables, pots of herbs and medicinal plants, have a lovely meal at the Bistro, or just stroll about on the farm. A great introduction for kids to farms.

Bollywood Veggies plot of land, 10-acre farm, was purchased in 2001 as part of their retirement plan. Poison Ivy Bistro actually began sometime in early 2005.

Ivy Singh-Lim is not your ordinary Singapore idol, but she is certainly one of the most vocal and colourful personalities in the Republic. As immediate past president of Netball Singapore, together with her husband Lim Ho Seng, she has become a farmer-entrepreneur.

Guided tours are available for groups of 20 or more persons, on weekends and public holidays by prior arrangement.

S$5.00+ per head package, min 40 pax, would include a 20-minute guided farm tour, snacks / drinks in their sheltered Al Fresco area, banana bread and drinks.

 

Dec 2009.