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Lovely authentic diningThe Laman Padi rice fields were located just out the back of our hotel so we decided to visit one lunch time. We sat in the fields in one of the little wooden huts which was such a beautiful setting to have lunch. We ordered the sharing platter with beef rendang, rice, soup, prawn crackers and a salad. The beef rendang was lovely and the food was served on a banana leaf which felt really authentic. The food was really reasonably priced costing approx 50RM for the sharing platter.
Since it is a tropical rainforest climate, the climate is of course very suitable for the growth of crops. Malaysia’s agriculture is very developed and the planting industry is also very powerful. Rice is naturally one of the pillars of this country. The Rice Museum here is also quite interesting.
The Rice Museum is located in a paddy field at the northern end of Cenang Beach. It mainly displays the history of some rice. You can learn about different kinds of rice and seeds without spending a penny. The rice fields are quite interesting.
The museum provides good information on rice production and processing. It is free and air-conditioned.The surrounding area is quite nice. There is also a cafeteria that serves Malaysian cousin. It is worth a visit if you have time
The Rice Museum just entered the front section of the road in Cenang. Cenang Beach Highway is a one-way road on the left. There is a restaurant in the Rice Museum that is very good, very characteristic and cost-effective. The restaurant is on the left hand side of the door, and there is a wooden plank road in the rice field leading to one pavilion. Take off your shoes and sit on the floor of the wooden pavilion. The rice field next to it is particularly artistic. The food is also very good. The set meal is charged per person. The set meal we ordered is 40 MYR plus two drinks at 52 MYR. Look at the pictures specifically, it's worth going anyway.