Page Abstract

1. Main
The main page of this blog. You are here. Page that collects photos from our plants collection(mainly orchids) that are flowering at the posted time.

2. About TBV
Introduction of TBV and Bera district (where TBV is)

3. About Pahang
Anything about the state of Pahang, such as interesting places to visit, activities of the population and many more.

4. Diseases
Share about the common diseases always occur to your orchid in the tropical climate.

5. Fungicide
The type of fungicide available in Malaysia to treat the plant's diseases.

6. Pesticide
The type of pesticide available in Malaysia to treat the plant's pest.

7. Fertilizer
The fertilizers that we use for our plants.

8. Nature
Any photo about the beauty of the nature in Malaysia from our view. They are may about the tree, waterfall or animal.

9. Insect
The page that collects my photo from macro shoot. Subject are all kind of insects found around my garden.

10. Scene
The page that collects all photo taken by my intuitive, something that caught my attention suddenly.

Nak belajar tanam Orkid? Dapatkan buku hebat ini :)

Nak belajar tanam Orkid? Dapatkan buku hebat ini :)
Ia ditulis berdasarkan pengalaman penulis sendiri. Boleh dibeli di Karangkraf Mall secara online ya. :)

Bab Bonus

Buku ini juga membincangkan mengenai perladangan Vanila di Malaysia di dalam Bab Bonus. Penulis memberi pandangannya mengenai permasalahan yang perlu diatasi sebelum melakukan pelaburan di dalam perladangan Vanila di Malaysia.

About TBV

( source :,_Pahang )
Bera is a district in PahangMalaysia. Bera district is founded on February 1, 1992 following the breaking up of the Temerloh district. Once considered as problematic area (illegal land exploration), Bera emerged as an important district especially in the agriculture sector. The district got the name from the Malaysia's largest freshwater lake, Lake Bera
According to the Orang Asli Semelai, Bera derived its name from a type of seaweed, ‘’Reba’’. 
Located in the south-west of Pahang, the district bordered Temerloh and Maran on the north, Rompin on the east, Bentong on the west and Jempol district of Negeri Sembilan on the south-west. Bera district is known for Bera Lake, a freshwater lake and its surrounding wetlands, that has been protected under the Ramsar Convention since November 1994.

Bera district is home to 88,800 people (estimate 2008), with the Malay/ Bumiputra formed the majority (55,000) (61.94%), the Chinese with 22,500 people (25.34%), the Indian with 4,400 people (4.95%), while the Others and Non-citizen with 400 (0.45%) and 6,500 (7.32%), respectively.The major town in Bera are Bandar Bera and Triang.  
Triang Botanical Valley ( TBV ) was located at Felda Bukit Pucung in mukim Triang.  TBV was developed by us  as a private plant conservation centre since June 2008. 

Several views of TBV area;

Orchids are mounted at driftwood

Platyceriums section

We are conserving  an exotic plants like orchids, adeniums, plumerias, anthuriums, ferns and many more through ex-situ cultivation and artificial propagation.

A very rare NoID Anthurium species at TBV

NoID Alocasia species

To reach us, only 3 hours drive from KL and only 2 hours drive from Kuantan. You can visit us through an appoinment only. If not, our person incharge in technical explaination may will not around and you may will regret during visiting us.

Please do come and visit us!