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Bollywood Veggies in Singapore

Bollywood Veggies Organic Farm (also known as Bollywood Veggies) is a farming collective and organic growing education center located in the Kranji district of North West Singapore.The center was launched in 2000 by Ivy Singh-Lim and her husband, former NTUC FairPrice chief executive, Lim Ho Seng, as a project to run after they had both retired from their previous careers.Neil Humphreys covered the center in his 2006 book Final Notes From a Great Island.

In 2010 Bollywood Veggies was charged with failing to have its buildings inspected by a structural engineer or hold the inspections after several requests that they do so. Singh-Lim and Seng stated that they did not own the buildings on the center’s property (as they were leasing the land) and that they had not received any prior notices about the requested inspections, to which the courts stated that they were the legal owners of the buildings.They were later cleared of the charges on March 25, 2011, after a judge ruled that it could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Bollywood Veggies had received the notices

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Bollywood Veggies is your sanctuary away from the bustle of the “Little Red Dot”. Set in the rustic environment of the northwest Kranji Countryside, visiting it is a step back to Singapore’s lush history. Our location provides a great opportunity to see a fresh side of the island, rejuvenate your senses, connect with family, and enjoy the simple pleasures of real food.

if you want to get some time off from the glamour of the bustling city of Singapore and just sit in peace and tranquility, Bollywood Veggies is your green sanctuary. Bollywood Veggies is a busy but quiet organic farm and bistro. They specialize in organic produce that is grown without using chemical fertilisers, pesticides and growth hormones. You can enjoy hearty home cooked organic meals at Bollywood Veggies’ Poison Ivy Bistro. Take a tour of the Food Museum where you can learn about the history of food culture. You can also learn to cook at the Bollywood Bhanchha (kitchen).

Opening Closing Time Wednesday to Sunday and Public Holidays – 9 am to 6:30 pm | Closed on – Mondays and Tuesdays | Closed for a fortnight each year for Lunar New Year

Entrance Fee $ 2 per person

Address 100 Neo Tiew Rd, Singapore 719026

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