Jong's Crocodile Farm53 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Jalan Kuching - Serian, 94200 Siburan, Sarawak, Malaysia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +60-82863570
- Tags: Zoo, Family And Kids
Although it is named as “Crocodile Farm” Jong’s Crocodile Farm is more than that. Here you will be able to a wide variety of animals such as monkeys, leopard-cats, sun bear, bear cats, pheasants, civets, barking deer, sambar deer, turtles and more and will also have plenty of fun. The farm and zoo are spread over 29 kilometers of area. Located in Sarawak, Malaysia, Jong’s Crocodile Farm is one of the largest captive breeding crocodile farm. This is the only place where you can witness the skull of Bujang Senang, the largest crocodile. The zoo opens at 9 am and closes at 5 pm.
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95% of people who visit Siburan include Jong's Crocodile Farm in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
95% of people start their Jong's Crocodile Farm visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Jong's Crocodile Farm
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Jong's Crocodile Farm Reviews & Ratings
This is the worst place to visit in the Kuching area The place is divided in two zones : a zoo and a breeding farm The zoo : too small fences for every animal, a lot are dehydrated, this is not a zoo this is a jail for the animal! This place is not like European standards and is a shame The farm : it's said to be a breeding farm to "produce" crocodiles in order to eat their meat! I got no problems with that and indeed was really happy to discover the breeding process or any other part of this tradition. While the fences of the crocodiles are quite huge, you have no explanation at all, so this is not a farm in fact, but a zoo! This place is really disappointed and a shame for every zoo, please avoid it and save your money
I wish they didn't taunting the crocodile during the feeding. For them to be able to jump and catch the food its a nice viewing already. My kids lost interest when the staff pull the food after they already catch it. They keep asking me why they need to that just for the sake of entertainment. Even a kid thinks it's cruel. But the rest of the visit was okay.
Here we cab see many crocodiles, some of them are quite impressive, I enjoyed the feeding session and walking in the farm. The zoo includes animals which are very difficult to spot in the jungle, and that even some Sarawakians don't know, so it's pleasant too, a little bit old fashion as the pens are small.
Nice experience! We visited this place in May, and we really enjoyed it. Lots and lots of crocodiles, and later... there is even more crocodiles ;) then birds, fishes and other wild animals... good place if you are around. Reserve around 1-2 hours.
Brought my grandkids there today, so happy to see lots of improvements. Farm has all safety measures for visitors. Kids are thrilled with little toy Crocodiles. Feeding times are most excited for all visitors. I don't find entrance fees expensive because I paid more during my trips abroad. Furthermore farm needs maintenance fees for all animals and workers.