The farm is smaller than we expected, and the entrance looked a tad shabby on arrival. There was a few-days-old ostrich baby at the entrance, and the 2 little boys in the group were thrilled to be in such close proximity with one.
Commentaries were provided on various facts about ostriches, even an demonstration on "cracking" an ostrich's egg. Inside the farm, you can buy bunches of vegetables for a couple of bucks each, to feed them. All in, this is a good place to spend a couple of hours if there's young children in your group. Don't count on spending a half or whole day there, there isn't much else to do. We did not eat at the restaurant on site (it sells dishes made of ostrich meat eg. burgers) as we found the prices on the high side.
Admission is RM12 for adults and RM8 for children (free for kids below age of 4).
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