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Farm In The City, Sri Kembangan
(4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Well the title says it all haha. I love this place n were so regret that I didn't have my camera with me. Attached with a photo of activities schedule in case any of u need it 
  • The animals are very well fed and cared. They are friendly, not afraid of people and kids can easily feed them (their staff provide the vege). The place is clean, well-maintain. Personally, Im not kin...  more »
  • My kids enjoy their trip here. The animals is so cute. The giant tortoise... the iguana..u can pet them...my kids so love their experience riding pony. But.... they should improve on the surrounding. ...  more »
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  • "More Wool Than Meets The Eye" Having heard about the mythical Farm in the City I summoned a trusty steed from the stables of Uber and with portable battery powered fan in hand, clad in the most disposable of blouses I set forth to the last Google-plotted location of the Farm. Braving empty roads on a Sunday morning the mighty steed of Proton took just 30 minutes to reach the Taman Equine district where we found the mythical Farm tucked away behind a quaint little orchard itself cordoned off from the suburban sprawl by the monolithic presence of a Giant hypermarket. The cheerful smiling faces of a few plush alpacas beckoned as we dismounted from the Proton Exora but a quick inspection of the prices sent a collective group of OMG to the band of sheepish adventurers. Actually just kidding - we soon saw that the goat/sheep/cow area was not ticket gated along with tempting offers of hay and bird feed. We wasted no time gathering up a few boxes of hay to meet an eager band of kambings that bahh'ed and mehh'ed eagerly (yes the goats reply to our mehhs! Behold, the goat whisperers!) henceforth sparking off a diplomatic meeting between humans and goats. Not wanting to favor either the proletariat nor the bourgeois we evenly distributed the fruits of the harvest with both large and small goats alike - although tiny goats did not know how to be hand-fed yet and their share of fresh hay was soon lost to the larger of the goat populace. Eventually, after many runs to the hay dispenser and gaining enough experience points to be faux-goat-shepherds in our own right (boosted by of course, our uncanny ability to speak to goats), we proceeded down to the ticketing counter where our day was soon consumed by pleasurable pursuits of ayam visitations, international alpaca-sheep-goat-deer expositions and of course marvelling at the many dozens of turtles that at first glance appear as completely innocent rocks in the distance. Little do you know, some of these "slow" turtles have already begun their teenage mutant ninja training, clambering atop other turtles and attempting to use ambush tactics against local visitors and foreign tourists alike by sitting right behind narrow doorways causing minor traffic jams as convoys of human beings attempt to first back off and then maneuver out of the ninja-like turtle ambushes. And of course we saw snakes, birds, more ayams, OMG was that a goat peeing in the middle of the crowd!? Speaking of goats, we were exhausted by the high humidity and extreme hot temperatures that felt like 40 deg Celcius under sun exposure and had to bid the mythical land of pony rides and fluffy alpacas farewell soon after midday... But not before visiting the goat/sheep/ostrich/cow area where other visitors marvelled at our ability to create a wide-area goat mehh'ing conference. I may post a video of some of the goat conferencing if anyone wants, though my phone soon gave out its battery charge from the extreme heat of the sun! For that I blame the sheep. They were sheepishly observing the human beings from the safety of their little shed, refusing to partake in any of the socializing down below instead delegating human relations to their lesser goat cousins! I observed several goats make their way up to the forbidden sheep territory (separated from ground level by a whopping one meter of steep dirt bank), converse and nuzzle with the sheep, and come back down again to put forth their nefarious plans amongst the unsuspecting humans! One of the sheepish adventurers, obviously secretly supporting plans of sheepish world domination, was also spotted in the photo gallery below doing the universal HAIL SHEEP salute! I'm sure you've learned this in Zootopia but just a gentle reminder - Be very very careful of the sheep... There's more wool than meets the eye...
  • Great vacation location for short break and value for money with complete family package. It is the best mini zoo that I have visited complete with so many hand sanitizer. My kids enjoy so much having a life experience feeding animals with a closed distance without any other additional payment needed. I personally recommend all young parents bring their family to enjoy life animals books journey trought "Kampung Mahmood". My suggestion, management need to improved on the foods choices at the restaurants, parking space and collaboration with cultural heritage team to do free performance at Kampung House which it will be awesome package.
  • I loved it. Great place for family. Well maintained & clean. Advisable not to visit during school holidays & public holidays.
  • The so-called zoo is quite well-maintained generally. Like few of the collections there eg. giant turtle which it's open for feeding and taking photos. The downside is the ticket price of RM32 for adult. I think it's quite pricey for a very small zoo.
  • Excellent - except for those poor fish being tortured for fun. Nice people, good enclosures and the animals seemed happy. However, the goldfish that the kids net out of the water by the guinea pig enclosure is just horrific. They're fish and they feel pain so why let the kids net the poor little things? Take away those nets and you've got a 5 star attraction.