Farm In The City @ Seri Kembangan

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Farm in the City, a nature conservation park and zoo that features more than various spices floral and fauna. This Malaysian village themed petting zoo is located at Seri Kembangan, we took approximately 30-40 minutes drive from Kepong. A huge open parking is available  in front of the entrance (FOC).

Like a petting zoo, the animals are free-roaming in spacious enclosures that closely resemble their natural habitat and visitors are free to pet the animals and even feed them with the food provided by the caretakers which is FOC too! *aunty thinking, FOC = Good!*

 

Malaysian village-themed petting zoo
more than 100 species of exotic animals and more than 40 types of tropical fruits – See more at: http://www.mywanderingstory.com/2013/07/checking-out-farm-in-city-seri-kembangan.html#sthash.kUxTzl0k.dpuf
more than 100 species of exotic animals and more than 40 types of tropical fruits – See more at: http://www.mywanderingstory.com/2013/07/checking-out-farm-in-city-seri-kembangan.html#sthash.kUxTzl0k.dpuf
more than 100 species of exotic animals and more than 40 types of tropical fruits – See more at: http://www.mywanderingstory.com/2013/07/checking-out-farm-in-city-seri-kembangan.html#sthash.kUxTzl0k.dpuf

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Ticket counter

Ticket price for MyCard holder:-
Adult ~ RM 30.00
Children below 12 & Senior citizen~ RM 25.00
Children below 90cm height ~ Free

 

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Are you ready to visit the place with us now? Be prepared to see tonnes of photos!

 

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What welcomed us once we enter the compound was this ~ The smallest species of horse.

 

Slightly further in was “tortoises & turtles land” 😛

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Different species of tortoises & turtles such as Dinosaur Turtle, Aldabra Giant Tortoise & Pig-nosed Turtle, Alligator Snapping Turtle & etc.

 

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We were encouraged to feed the tortoises with the vegetables provided and Sam definitely enjoyed immensely the interaction!

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 Observe~~

 

Next section ~ Walk-through Bird Aviary

Birds can fly freely in this well landscaped enclosure with fish ponds and trees.

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Come, come, come eat the food please~~

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Looks mommy, the bird is eating the food on my palm! *excited*

 

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Jawa Rusa

Feeding again 🙂

 

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The Sri Lankan Goat posed ego-ly!

 

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The world’s second smallest species of kangaroo ~ wallaby.

 

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Vegetable & fruit farm

 

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Scarecrow not only scare the crow but Sam too =.=”

 

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Experienced how to take water from a well.

 

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There is a small playground and rest area too at the end of the vegetable farm.

PS: The slide was under maintenance when our visit.

 

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Another section where rabbits, genuine pigs and hamsters hop freely in the enclosure. I felt pity to the animals because they were handled quite rudely by some of the kids ~>_<~

 

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Feeding opportunity again! *say cheese!*

 

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Get close and personal!

PS: Parents please accompany your kid when they handling the animal and educate them the correct way to handle those animals.

 

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There is a small cafe right beside the rabbit enclosure, snacks like corn in cup, sausages, nuggets, ice cream and beverages are available here with reasonable pricing.

 

 Next to the rabbit enclosure is the Jungle Walk.

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Iguanas, chameleon & the smallest species of Madoqua (dik dik).

 

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Spot the squirrel?

 

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Common Marmoset

 

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Looks who’s coming out from the trunk? African Crested Porcupine!

 

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The angry bird, as descripted by hubby =.=”

 

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The butterfly garden was forgettable, not many butterflies though~

 

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Albino Burmese Python

 

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Colourful macaws & parrots

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Striped Skunk

 

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Flemish Giant Rabbit

 

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Black-tail Prairie Dog

 

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Chicken running around

 

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 Ducks and birds in colourful feathers~

 

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We were so lucky to see the peacock opened his tail!

 

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Pelican Quay, too bad we only manage to see them from far~

 

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The rare white crow

 

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The biggest reticulated python in Malaysia *shivering*

 

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Another types of long snake resting on the tree *double shivering >.<*

 

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Common Dwarf Mangoose

 

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 Hey, whatcha looking at!

 

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There are many plants and trees with explanation board, which I found very educational.

 

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There are many activities in different time session in the farm, do check it out!

 

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Feeding fish and look at Sam’s expression, she scared to sit on the fence at the pond ^__^

 

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Feeding bird and the mommy felt excited too when the birds eating the food on her palm ^__*

 

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Another popular activity, catch the “longkang fish” and I tell you, it’s hard and almost impossible because the fishes swim really fast!

 

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Never give up!

 

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Chargeable pony riding.

 

Verdict: Definitely a fun filled and educational outing, weekend is coming, plan a visit there!

 

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Farm In The City
 
Lot 40187 – 40188, Jalan Prima Tropika Barat
Bandar Putra Permai, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor D.E.
 
Tel: +603-8941 3099/2099
 
Facebook: www.facebook.com/FarmInTheCityMalaysia
Operating hours :
Monday : 10am till 6pm
Wednesday – Friday : 10am till 6pm
Saturday, Sunday, School/Public Holidays: 9.30am till 6pm

 

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