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“Tons of crocodile”

Jong's Crocodile Farm & Zoo
Reviewed February 27, 2013

Good place to view crocodiles..
Dayang mas Scull were on display.
Good parking space.
Can view crocodile feeding.
Good place for educate a school pupil..

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Reviewed February 17, 2013 via mobile

It's a shame to see what was obviously a once well kept establishment so run down. Yes the attraction of the crocodiles are still there however their enclosures are small, dirty and obviously not maintained. There were a number of Mosquitos toward the rear of the park, presumably from the stagnant water in the enclosures. The 'jungle walk' above the crocodile enclosures actually appeared to be somewhat dangerous. An elevated boardwalk approximately one half meter above the ground reinforced by a further half metre of waist high chicken wire. This I believe would not withstand one of the crocodiles should they become aggressive.

Thank ausboy22
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Reviewed February 13, 2013

Paying the admission fee and entering the "farm", one is struck by the empty pens and lack of crocodiles. You then proceed through a bird enclosure, containing 2 peacocks and a chicken. By this point one thinks this is a big ripoff -- and then you go out the bird enclosure and there are about four acres of swampy land filled with crocodiles. The farm obviously saw its heydey about 20 years ago, but the crocodiles are interesting. One must see the show at 11:00am, when the crocs come to life as fish and chickens are dangled overhead. They can jump about one meter out of the water. Combine this with an early morning trip to see Orangutans feed at the reserve.

Thank robertli1234
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Reviewed January 22, 2013

Crocodile farm is apparently one of the largest in Kuching. Main attraction are the crocodiles (plus others like peacocks). Good to visit after visiting the Orangutan Reserve, where you can make it for the feeding of the crocodiles, which is a key highlight of the reserve.
Living conditions of the crocodiles could be improved, large amount of algae in many of the ponds that crocodiles are in

Thank Terence1974_12
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Reviewed December 28, 2012

Entry fee chargable, RM10 for local, RM16 for outsiders.

There are many different types of crocodiles, even a tailess croc.

beside crocs, there are otters, birds, giant fish.

i dont get much to enjoy due to the hot weather.

but feeding time for crocs are 11am and 3pm.

bring a mini portable fan and wear shorts.

1  Thank blackberrymaster
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