I can imagine this was the “must visit” place many years ago, when pineapples were planted here.
Visited today and was disappointed to know from the lady in the shop that there is no more pineapples grown there.
I had wanted to show my boys how pineapples are planted and we only get a giant pineapple with deteriorated display inside.
Visit if you want to see the zoo, otherwise give this place a miss.
It’s a pity the plantation was squeezed out by imports and nostalgic feeling is still holding on to that pineapple landmark.
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