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Farm in the City (FITC) is an unique concept that combines the elements of wildlife and nature set in a designed environment of a conservation park. resembling a typical Malaysian Village setting, it houses more than 100 species of Farm and Exotic...more
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Lot 40187-40188 Jalan Prima Tropika | Bandar Putra Permai, Sri Kembangan 43300, Malaysia
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It's always packed during holidays and weekend because no other place come close to the experience offered here, close encounter with the many farm animals with petting area. It's still upgrading to cater for the large number of visitors.
I like this place. The upclose experience with the animals are just awesome! Just be careful when u enter the goat farm. Hold the food pail for your children as the goats may snatch it away or chase your child. I will definitely come again!
can reach this place by car 20 - 30 min ride from KL, not too expensive.
they offering something new, direct interraction with the pet / animals. you can enjoy the time as long asa you family love the animals, other wise it's only crying...More
Went twice to this place. The first one was with my family. The second one as a Tourist Guide for Primary School Children. Both experiences were great. A lot of animals. Kids were having fun as they can touch and pet the animals. The kids...More
- It was nice experienced to see a lot of exotic animals.
- You can watch animals shows.
- A lot of non dangerous animal walk here and there freely! 😙 (if u dare u can touch it gently with their supervision)
- Can feed...More
This is my daughter's favourite place to visit. She loves petting the rabbits & Guinea pigs. However, for this visit, we are quite disappointed. First of all, there seems to be a marked decrease in the number of parakeets in the aviary. Secondly, there also...More
We brought my 1.5 year old to Farm in The City last weekend and had a really enjoyable trip. As compared to the zoo, there are obviously a lot less animals but here, you can interact with, pet and feed the animals!
There were giant...More
Hello DLs, We have 3D/3N in KL. I've drawn up the following plan. Day 1 Morning: Perdana botanical garden, national mosque and monument Noon: KL Bird park, Merdeka square, Royal Selangor club, central market (don’t know if central market is very similar to Petaling flea market/Kasturi walk) Evening: Thean hou temple, Shopping in Chinatown, Petaling flea market, Kasturi walk Day 2 Morning: Batu caves, Beryl chocolate kingdom Afternoon: Aquaria KLCC, KL tower Evening: Istana...More
November 20, 2017|
If I can add for day two , for the kids add in a trip to Petrosains. Will take a couple of hours but the kids will enjoy it. Our Son loves the intereactive set up of Petrosains. Central Market is close to Petaling St , but Central Market sells more souvenirs , whereas Petaling St is a haven for fake goods. Both worth checking out. Be careful trying to fit too much in as it will be tiring for your one elderly. Cheers Sean
Chennai District, India
6-day trip in KL & Langawi (4 Replies)
Hi friends, We are from India, a 10-member family planning a holiday in KL & Langkawi in Jan 2018. I'm planning the itinerary myself instead of packaged tour. We'll be staying there 5d/6n. Will 3 days for KL and 2 days for Langkawi be sufficient? Is flight the best option to reach Langkawi? I've googled and shortlisted the following sightseeing options. Merdeka square Butterfly park KL bird park Orchid & Hibiscus garden Perdana Botannical garden National mosque ...More
November 07, 2017|
With two locations a longer stay would be better as there will be time spent at the airports as well as in flight. Indeed flying between KL and Langkawi is the best option. Would drop Genting as well as Port Dickson for starters , not close to KL and you don't have that much time. A trip on the Hop On Hop Off bus will enable you to see many of the main KL sights. As for other places , it comes down to the ages and interests of your group, ie children might like Petrosains and Sunway...More