After the Farm became a leisure farm, the profits made from the Restaurant and processed products could support the agriculture, while agriculture supports tourism, in a virtuous circle. The Restaurant serves very unique dishes, particularly the hot pot soup made of pomelo tree roots, which tastes sweet and fragrant. Lin, Ping-Chang has also developed pomelo pig knuckles and pomelo chicken thighs. The pottery works placed on the wall are the owner’s personal interest.
Bali Pomelo Museum currently exhibits many processed products, about 90 of them. All of the products are made of organic pomelos grown by the Farm, including handmade soaps and bath sachets made of pomelo leaves; popsicles and tea made of pomelos; essential oil made of peels, etc. The pomelo tea and pomelo soy sauce are popular specialties. The DIY experience activities include handmade pomelo soap, potted plants, soy sauce, etc.