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Jong's Crocodile Farm & Zoo

#21 of 89 things to do in Kuching Features Animals
29 km Kuching-Serian Road | Siburan, Kuching 93250, Malaysia
+60 82-863 570
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This place is what it is, a small zoo where you will see enclosures of salt water and fresh water... read more

Reviewed March 22, 2016
Nancy Z
Toronto, Canada

It is a place you must visit in Kuching. Although it is a distance away from Kuching City herself... read more

Reviewed March 14, 2016
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29 km Kuching-Serian Road | Siburan, Kuching 93250, Malaysia
+60 82-863 570
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Reviewed March 22, 2016

This place is what it is, a small zoo where you will see enclosures of salt water and fresh water crocs, birds and other lizards. There are trails on boardwalks and paths you can visit other enclosures. It is a small privately owned zoo and...More

Thank Nancy Z
Reviewed March 14, 2016

It is a place you must visit in Kuching. Although it is a distance away from Kuching City herself, you will not regret having to visit this place.

Thank AlTayMalaysia
Reviewed February 25, 2016

This is my second time here, and I can say its still a very good place for family/kids/adult. You should come during the crocodile show. Very interesting to see all the big crocs activities there. There's other animals too like a mini zoo inside here....More

Thank sbak85
Reviewed February 11, 2016

If you want to know about crocodiles from this region, then this is the place. The owner of this place, Mr Johnson Jong, was a crocodile enthusiast. I believe it started as a hobby which eventually he had a collection enough to open a farm/zoo....More

1  Thank swim_jess
Reviewed January 15, 2016

Second time to Jong's (went 7 years ago) and it did not disappoint. A very enjoyable day trip to see the crocs + other animals.

Thank Glenn A
Reviewed January 13, 2016

If you have 3 hours to spare, this is a nice place to visit. Choose a sunny day as most of the time, you will be in the open. Place is easily accessible by car or bus. If you are game to it, you can...More

Thank VincentHoKuching
Reviewed December 20, 2015 via mobile

It so nice place to visit for crocodile, giant fish, and some kinds of animals especially I love the forest here so fresh in this raining season.

Thank Andy S
Reviewed December 18, 2015

Major keep 2 types of Crocodiles species, a lot... saltwater crocodiles & fresh water crocodiles which from local wildlife. They also imported many species from other countries.... One of the attractions, Jumping Crocodiles Show at 11am & 3pm daily....

Thank lykc1972
Reviewed December 12, 2015

The croc's get teased with food & in return they go on to tease their audience. It was so exciting as we all sat there looking like croc's with open jaws, & aching arms awaiting to get them in mid snap. It's a beautiful place,...More

1  Thank DeuceWooo
Reviewed December 8, 2015 via mobile

I was disappointed when visitors from semenanjung are considered as foreigners with around rm20 entrance fees. It is better to go the Semenggoh Wildlife Center.

1  Thank amar s
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Response from ChrisMorin | Reviewed this property |
Older people would have a hard time, there is a lot of walking.
January 26, 2016|
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Response from VincentHoKuching | Reviewed this property |
Firstly, its damned hard to catch a cat. Second, there are not that many stray cats in Kuching. So, it would be very difficult to ensure a regular supply, wont you say? The feedings I observed used chicken meat.