A mini farm that grow nature growing and non-toxic chemical added plants and a petting farm with tame animals like camels, deer, goat, birds, pigeons and more!
What to Expect?
Experience planting, fishing, animal riding, traditional home made, Malay traditional batik painting and more.
Enjoy nature with your family and friends, and learn about the old-style traditional culture here at Audi Dream Farm.
- The only place to get a Camel Riding Experience in Penang!
- A mini zoo with different types of animals on the farm
- Spend your day with your family and interact with the animals
- “Hands-on Activities” such as planting experience, animal riding, traditional home made, Malay traditional batik painting and more.
- Kids friendly and allow they to learn while having fun
If you are up for exploration, they offer day tours that will give you an extraordinary experience of the beauty of Balik Pulau, a place filled with local village culture, authentic food, and craft workshops.
Dominic Chonga month ago
Fun filled time for my child to visit the animal farm. Feeding animals and horse riding. Location very far from city. But worth a visit if you have young children.
Jessie Chua3 months ago
The farm is spacious and not crowded since we came on Friday morning (puasa month and not holiday)
1 adult costs rm10.
1 basket of animal food RM15, add on RM5 for milk
My baby is happy. We get to see camels, horses, cows, goats, rabbit, pigeons, goose, ducks.
The animals are neglected. The rabbits not energetic, their fur worn off, eyes looks like have disease. The horses look thin. Goats and geese look starving, they were happy when they see food.
The condition of the farm not well maintained and not hyginenic. I was looking forward to see sunflowers but most of them are witted as u could see from video.
I truly hope the owner could do something. We had fun but I don't think we will come for second time.
Vacation Videographer4 months ago
It a good place to spend time with kids. There are many types of animals in here. Only the camel look miserable. Price is reasonable, entrance fee RM10 for mykad. RM15 for a basket of food for the animal is a little too much but the experience is worth it.
Most rabbits are in cages, hopefully staff can let more out of the cages. Overalls the kids enjoyed
fatima saleha4 months ago
the place was big, and they had a variety of animals; pigeons, goats, turtles, horses, etc.
but the place would do better with better management for the animals. some of the horses were quite thin and were very hungry.
the water "bowls" were also empty for most of the animals.
the water for the turtles were also very green, could barely see the turtles. same goes for the pond, which we couldn't even get a glimpse of the bottom. some of the plants they had (mint, etc) were also dying.
hope they fix this soon!
big farm with unfortunately sad animals.
entrance fees was RM10 per adult and RM20 for the food basket.
Alexandra Ooi Ze Xu5 months ago
I was in mixed feelings throughout my experience here in the farm.
Acceptable price and extra credits to the friendly uncle who welcomed us at the counter. I was able to get close to many animals like birds, rabbits, ducks, chickens, horses, fish, goats, deers, cows and a camel. It was eye opening for a city girl like me who seldom get the chance to experience nature.
However, it was saddening at the same time to see the poor conditions for the animals. The horses, certain goats, cows and camel were all tied up to poles using super short strings which restricted their movements. The camel could barely move its head to scratch itself and the worst part is the farm offers camel riding service when it looks so old, weak and sick. The environment was dirty for the animals and was not well kept.
Definitely not coming back to support if the owner does not do something on the animals' well being.
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