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Ostriches are the primary focus of this zone. Though these bird species can't fly, they hold the record for the quickest-running bird. Besides Ostriches, the Saanen goat, cow, and pony, together in the zone, give you a full farm experience.
Numerous unique and rare tortoises and turtles can be found in this area, known as the "longevity village." You may come up close to some of our rarest land tortoises here, including Star Tortoises, Radiated Tortoises, a special Leopard tortoise, Red-footed Tortoises, "Dinosaur Turtles," etc.
This zone, which is a specially created cave-like enclosure, is home to the longest python species, the smallest crocodile species, and the mangrove snakes. When you enter the grotto of our reptiles, pay close attention since they are everywhere, as well sometimes even above you.
As you enter this bird aviary, you will be surrounded by birds of various species, sizes, and colours. Here, you can closely hear and enjoy the chirping of the birds that compose the song of nature. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a stunning peacock flaunting its tail too.
As you enter the zone, feel greeted by an amiable goat from Switzerland. The zone is also home to several other species like Javan deer, the largest variety of "Rusa”, the Dusky Wallaby, one of the tiniest species of kangaroo, and alpacas.
Vegetable and Fruits Farm, which has more than 100 different varieties of tropical fruit trees and plants, is made to look like a farm and orchard in a Malaysian village. At the end of the farm is a traditional well, specially built to help visitors refresh.
The zone is home to several adorable bunnies and Guinea Pigs, seeing which you’ll feel like petting them. You can also enjoy interacting with them. Additionally, you may feed them fresh vegetables and watch them munch on them.
As the name implies, this zone offers you a chance to take a stroll through the "genuine" jungle, home to the Crested Porcupine, the largest and heaviest African rodent in the world, the adorable Kirk Dik Dik, the mischievous Common Marmoset, the rare white peacock species, and the amiable Himalayan Striped Squirrel.
In this zone, you'll find Fennec Fox, a little but nimble resident of the Sahara with huge ears. Additionally, you can get a closer look at Timon the meerkat, who plays a major role in The Lion King, and Falabella, a horse of the tiniest kind.
This activity recreates a Malaysian activity of dredging for fish in the drain, known as “Longkang ''. This activity is entertaining to watch as the children and parents work together to catch the fish from the drain.
In this activity, get a chance to ring a bell and call hundreds of Koi fish, following which you can sprinkle some feed for them to enjoy the amusement. Along with the fish you might even spot the charming Mute Swan partaking in the feast with the ducks and goose.
As the name indicates, this activity is mainly a simple pony ride and is intended for your kids, who are interested in such small adventurous activities.
The hand of Raccoons resembles a human hand, with five fingers, and they use their hands to gather food. In this activity, you can interact with them and feed them to see and learn how they eat their food.
Address: Lot 40187-40188, Jalan Prima Tropika Barat 1, Pusat Bandar Putra Permai, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia.
A. The Farm in the city tickets can be purchased online.
A. Yes. You can buy the Farm in the City tickets online.
A. The price of the Farm in the City tickets starts from RM 39 for Malaysian Citizens and RM 58 for other normal adults.
A. Yes. You can avail discounts and deals on your Farm in the City tickets by booking them online.
A. Farm in the City is a unique village-themed petting zoo which combines wildlife and nature.
A. Buying tickets is the only way through which you can access the farm.
A. The Farm in the City is located in Selangor, Malaysia.
A. Some of the sections in the farm include Desert Life, Reptile Cavern, Bird Aviary, Turtle farm, Turtle farm, etc.
A. You can reach Farm in the City via bus, train, car, or even metro.
A. The Farm in the City is open from morning 9:00 to 6:00 in the evening on weekends, and from 10:00 to 6:00 in the evening on weekdays.
A. Farm in the City has toilets and snack bar points.
A. Yes. The Farm in the City is wheel-chair and stroller friendly.
A. Yes. Photography is allowed inside Farm in the City.
A. Yes. Visiting Farm in the City allows you to enjoy watching parrots and animals freely unrestrained in cages that depict natural environments.