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Various years ago, fragrant sweet season in Perlis very well received by people outside or in the state of Perlis. Another sweet and very compact. Not surprised if it could be 2-3 1KG fragrant sweet bean. Because of it weight although small.


If in Kelantan and Terengganu famous durian with sticky rice, glutinous near Perlis femes with mango. If you can not think Perlis mango sticky rice is not worth it. If it was not the season was still fragrant sweet adadekat Padang Besar tu mango sticky rice. And I find it sweet glutinous sweet when to harvest once a year, must be obliged to eat.


The location near the Snake Park, Perlis. Want to go there to participate ja signboard snake park. Before came across Snake Park in the 200 meters, found that first ‘harum manis’ fields full of tress. This shop on the left side of the road in case of Kangar. The right side of a hill. Do not dream it first appears because eatery in the back of the store, the next thing that got him a lot selling cotton candy like this. They also selling jus harumanis nad the taste is wonderful and rich with sweetness of the manggo.



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Friday: 2:00pm – 6.30pm

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