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Farmart Centre, Singapore

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  • Our family first time and the kids especially my 2yr old enjoyed so much feeding the animals. We will definitely come back again.  more »
  • Didn't expect much out of this trip, but feeding the goats and parrots were definitely the highlight for us. We drove down, but don't think it's very worth it to take public transport down as it's ver...  more »
  • It's really not worth the effort to come out here. We visited this morning with the kids and were pretty disappointed. A small and very sad selection of animals, some equally sad pet shops and fish sh...  more »
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  • A farm and kampung feel place for eating. Also many stores that are hard to find anywhere else like store that sells life seafood, prawning. Some pets store and other interesting. A super casual and relaxing place.
  • Old structures, but great food! Great to come here especially at night where there's seafood. Perfect for a family outing
  • The petting and feeding enclosure was fun for my 2yr old, but the place is in need of rejuvenation. I imagine it's not an easy business to run and most of the farm life isn't really there anymore.
  • I visited Farmart Centre on the second day of 2017. I board the 11am shuttle bus and took a quick tour round the farm but was dismayed to find that non of the shops were opened except for Uncle William's shop. I realized that there were quite a number of pet shops and there is even a debt recovery company at the farm now. The place is practically a dead town. I understand that it is a public holiday but that's when the crowd will come right? For businesses that thrive on the weekend and holiday crowd, I wonder why they were not opened for business and especially so when the weekday shuttle bus service is no longer made available? Since the shops were closed, I decided to head for the Animal Corner instead which is hidden out of sight behind the prawning pond (prawn fishing). Here, you can find goats, bunnies, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, bull frogs, terrapins, giant catfishes and various parrots as well. For a small fee, you can purchase a small basket of vegetables and pellets to feed the animals. Kids will definitely love this.
  • Good to bring children and let them feed the animals.