Loved this place, you can hand feed some of the animals here, really good if you have kids, they monkeys to bears , crocodiles to snakes.
This is a sad place. Animals kept in inappropriate conditions, by staff who do not care summarises it. If you visit this place you are supporting it. Do not bother. There are signs of neglect on a lot of the animals.(infections, tumours etc) Some are tethered in place, some kept in cramped & dirty conditions, and the saddest sight is... More
DO NOT VISIT. This place is awful. The crocodiles and animals are kept in appalling conditions. There are 15 to 20 crocs in a small, dirty enclosure, they have a few inches of stale, stagnant water and no natural vegetation. They are taunted by the keepers to entertain visitors, they are fed chicken bones on the end of a hook.... More
We went to the crocodile farm for a family day out, we had our reservations about the place due to other expat comments. Despite this this we had a really enjoyable visit and its set in a very scenic location around a lake, there are definitely some very big man eating crocs there. There does seem to be a lot... More
We went with 2 young preschool kids and really enjoyed the afternoon out. Looking back at my photos the crocodile feeding was the the most memorable but the various large birds, monkeys other animals and snakes kept everyone happy. Some of the exhibits are quite rare I think with a very mean looking capercaille, emus and osteriches. The main attractions... More
This place is disgusting and by visiting this place you help keep it running. The baby Sun Bear is kept in a cage so tiny that there is not enough room for it to turn around in - it does not even have any water. The Macaque monkey is tethered to a pole by a lead secured around it's neck.... More
An Unbelievable number of crocs. Very different conditions to Taronga Zoo! Kids enjoyed feeding a few of the various animals. There is one croc there who they say ate 4 locals before he was caught and has been kept there since! Very sad and basic enclosures. Only drop in if nearby.
The crocodile farm is located nearRiver Baram and has a large number of crocodiles. There is also a small zoo with largely local animals. It is a pleasant enough place without being at all spectacular.
For tourists that like to taste the exotic fod, here's a place where they can visit during their trip in Miri. You can purchase the crocodile meat and have it cooked at the crocodile farm. Some say the crocodile meat taste like chicken. It's not suitable for Muslims to eat the crocodile meat but everyone is welcome for a tour... More
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