Tropical Fruit Juice @ Botanic Gardens

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The Tropical Fruit juice bar is a godsend to anyone who has been hiking up Penang Hill or running or walking around the Botanic Gardens.   Groups such as the Monday Morning Hiking Group and the Tuesday Morning Running Group make the Juice Bar there start and end point, finishing with a well-deserved drink to revive them.

You too can quench your thirst with a large selection of healthy juices and smoothies whilst relaxing on the stools or benches after your exertions.

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The fruit juices are freshly made with no sugar added and start from RM5. Make up your own blend with fruits such as mango, pineapple, papaya, dragon fruit, banana, watermelon and even aloe vera. A favourite after running or hiking is the blended coconut  juice (RM5.50). You can also try one of their delicious smoothies which come with chunks of fruit (RM6).

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The Tropical Fruit Juice bar is located on Jalan Kebun Bunga, near the Botanic Gardens. Open daily.

 

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Posts About Photos Videos +1's Attended University of Salford Lives in Penang, Malaysia 1 in your circles View all Complete Your Profile 65% complete Help your coworkers find you in Google+. Add a company Tell people about your relationship status. Add relationship Update your contact details so your friends can find you. Add contact info 1 have you in circles View all Settings·Help ·Send feedback Tagline Providing a complete resource for people living in or vising Penang who are interested in a healthy and holistic lifestyle. Introduction Penang Spirit is the creation of Suzanne Morgan. Originally from the United Kingdom, she and her husband have made Penang their home. Penang Spirit offers information on vegetarian eateries and socially responsible services, events and activities. Suzanne has been a vegetarian for more than 20 years and more recently has become vegan. She has been involved in holistic therapies for 25 years, training in aromatherapy, massage and acupuncture. She met her husband in India whilst training to become a yoga teacher. Before coming to Penang, she and he husband taught yoga classes and ran an acupuncture clinic.

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