Our Story

Salak plant cultivation

“Our Snake Fruit farm is more than land and crops. It’s our family’s heritage and future.”

Okay so basically, I’m a blogger & a farmer. That’s it, I’m a simple man, went to the farm in the morning & blogging at night.

Hii.. It’s nice to have you here,

I’m A. Prasetya Naharudin,
anyways just call me Prasetya. That’s what everyone in my village calls me.

I was born and raised in Banjarnegara, Central Java, Indonesia.

I’ve been farming snake fruit with my father since I was 14 I guess. We have several farms but we mainly grow the same cultivar – Salak Pondoh.

Long story short, I went to get a degree in Special District of Yogyakarta. It took me around 9 years to graduate, more or less. Yup stupid me, but let that be a lesson learned.

So, I was graduated in 2018. I don’t really think I can land a job and start my carrier at this age.

Ahh, not a big deal, whatever happen, happens. And most importantly, everything happens for a reason, right?



I passionately believe that snake fruit provides a lot of health benefits to our body. The fruit is good for pregnant women, it can cure nearsightedness, maintain stamina, promotes overall body health, and so forth.

However, it might be difficult to find snake fruits in some parts of the world. Since this is a tropical fruit, you will rarely see it in your local fruit stall, moreover if you lives in the UK, US or Europe.

So I build this blog with a mission to let the world know the taste of a crunchy apple-like sneaky scaly snake fruit. To tell the tale of the farmers, to guide you growing yours, to inspire.

I am excited to introduce you to this delicious exotic fruit, and I’m excited to share the story with you.

This is one of the exotic fruits you must try at least once in your lifetime.