High 5 is the largest stand-alone baking plant in South-East Asia. High 5 Bread Town is an attraction which caters to visitors of all ages, promising a time of fun, excitement and learning for the whole family. From watching the video, the children will learnt that the Egyptians were believed to be the first people to make bread some 5,000 years ago.
Everyone also got to see the larger-than-life bread-making equipment like mixers and ovens. The fragrant smell of yeast and fresh bread straight from the oven permeated the factory. The highlight was definitely the suspended factory skywalk at a height of 293m above ground. The skywalk is built like a corridor passageway framed with glass allowing for an expansive view of the bread-making process.
They will see how the dough was first mixed before it went into the divider and rounder (to shape the dough), right down to dough riser and fermentation, the cooling tower, slicing process, and lastly packaged through automated state-of-the-art technology.
How to get there
Turn left at the very first exit after paying at Batu Tiga toll, go straight for 10 minutes and High 5 Bread Town is at left.
Who to contact
Those who wish to visit the High 5 bread town can call 03-5192 2888 (ext 102 to 105) or visit their website at http://www.high5breadtown.com
Shah Alam offers several 3 to 5-star hotels. This destination is only 40 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, where a full range of accommodation is available.
This article taken from http://www.tourism.gov.my/destinations/detail.php?theme=CE&map_code=breadmuseum&state=selangor