Simply the healthiest honeys

The honey

Many a tale has been told about the mystical properties of Tualang Honey, an exotic food with an increasing number of scientific benefits. Let's uncover some of the incredible findings discovered so far. This rare and exquisite superfood is harvested fresh from the Tualang trees located in Peninsular Malaysia's 130-million-year-old rainforest, known for its unique composition and high concentration of beneficial compounds.

high concentration of antioxidants

The high concentration of antioxidants present in Tualang honey makes it a valuable source to protect the body against free radical damage, reduce inflammation, and prevent chronic diseases like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. This honey contains enzymes like glucose oxidase, catalase, and invertase, which break down complex sugars and other compounds, making it easier to digest and absorb.

Tualang honey also contains phytonutrients

Tualang honey also contains phytonutrients, such as flavonoids, phenolic acids, and terpenes, that provide anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anticancer properties. It is also rich in minerals like potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron, essential for maintaining healthy bones, muscles, and nerves, regulating blood pressure, and supporting the immune system.

With its antibacterial properties, Tualang honey helps protect against infections and promote wound healing.


In ancient times, the Malay regarded Tualang Honey as a food from God, ingested as an aphrodisiac to imbue courage, vitality and to cure and ward of illness. Our multifloral honey is foraged by the Apis Dorsata, who feed on native nectars and saps to produce this luxurious honey with remarkable therapeutic properties.

Bloom Cycle Significance

Bloom Cycle or Harvest Period Significance: Each food source the bees forage has a particular time it presents and as each season matures so do the blossoms and other elements of the saps and nectars. This of course affects the honey produced by those sources. Certain qualities of the honey present differently in each stage of the bloom cycle. The flowers that blossom early in the season are replaced by different blooms as the year progresses. We harvest for Tualang from mid-February to late-October. Although each year has its own differences, especially in regard to rainfall or lack thereof; there are some qualities in the honey that can only be found at certain times of the year. What are they you ask? Color and taste predominantly. Typically, later season honeys are darker in color and can have a stronger more intense flavor.

Overall, Tualang honey's unique composition makes it a valuable and sought- after type of honey with a variety of potential health benefits. Our multifloral honey is harvested fresh in Peninsular Malaysia's 130 million year old rainforest, direct from the monumental Tualang trees siting an average of 160 feet at the top of the rainforest canopy.