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Farm In The City    

  Jalan Prima Tropika Barat 1, Pusat Bandar Putra Permai, 43300, Seri Kembangan, Selangor | Visit Website |   03-8941 2099
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4.3   (6,290)

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Farm In The City (FITC) is a unique new concept that combines elements of wildlife and nature set in a designed environment of a conservation park.

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Tags: Animals

What to Expect?

Drawing upon the values of Malaysia’s multi-racial and multi-cultural population, FITC is designed to resemble a typical Malaysia village or “kampung” setting. FITC plans to become a focal point for tourism in the state by providing educational and entertaining insight into the lifestyle and setting of a Malaysian village, farm and fruit orchard with its natural plants and wildlife.

FITC is much more than a viewing exhibit. It encourages visitor-interactions with the animals and plant-life in a comfortable yet authentic environment. FITC also places great importance on education of visitors on the various aspects of farm and animal life as well as wildlife conservation and preservation.

Animals and Petting Interaction

Some of the rare animals you can see here include a crusty-looking dinosaur turtle (which looks like a giant leatherback turtle) and a crow with snow white plumage. One of the great things about this park is that you can really interact with the animals – from snapping a picture of you ‘riding’ (translation: hovering over) a giant tortoise to feeding a deer from the palm of your hand.

Farm in the City is beautifully landscaped and there is even a section where kids can go inside the rabbit and guinea pigs enclosure and play with them: all in all, it is an awesome experience. It is a better place to take your kids to see animals than Zoo Negara (which has seen better days), and the park’s mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish are well taken care of, which of course, will make this place infinitely-pleasing to animal lovers.


- Spend a fun-filled day at this exciting farm located just 30 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur

- The local village themed petting zoo allows you to interact with all kinds of animals - play with porcupines, stroke horses’ forelocks

- Have witty conversations with parrots and watch the animals roam freely without restraining cages

- Pet and feed animals like the giant tortoise, baby crocodile and alpaca within enclosures that mimic natural habitats

- With over 100 species of exotic animals and 60 species of plants and vegetables, there's so much to learn and discover
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 Address:   Jalan Prima Tropika Barat 1, Pusat Bandar Putra Permai, 43300, Seri Kembangan, Selangor

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03-8941 2099

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Weekends 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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  Reviews 4.3   (6,290)
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    Sam Verns

    in the last week

    This place is much better than zoo. You can feed the animals. Very huge place. The birds and animal stroll freely inside here. So kids must be careful. Overall it's a good experience and definitely recommended. You get goodie bag with the ticket purchase.

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    Vaughn Heart

    a week ago

    Remember to book your tickets in advance so you don't have to queue up!!

    Great place for kids and animal lovers. Went there to see the alpacas but was pleasantly surprised by the other animals that you can see, play with and interact with. The alpacas would probably be chilling with an air cooler though, so if you're there just for them, you can't touch them. lol.

    Sometimes the animal keepers will let some of the animals out. There's a parrot that knows how to treat photo ops and will pose and spread its wings for you.


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    Kim Davie

    2 weeks ago

    Great family day out. No queues and really quiet. Very interactive. Not a huge place either so not too tiring for younger kids walking. We were there for about 2 hours and that included a stop for lunch/drink. Staff are great . Was such a great day. And better than a zoo!. For context we are from Australia and the animals were a good selection, not just farm animals but not large animals either except the a cow and buffalo but a good selection of different types of animals

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    Life As It Is

    a month ago

    I absolutely love this place. It was my second visit. Employees there are polite, helpful and always aware of surroundings. The enclosure areas are very clean. Interaction with animals are the best. Good place for kids and animal lovers but please monitor your toddlers because kids in general get very excited and might behave such a way for an animal to get hyper. I witnessed something like that but the mum & employee was super quick, if not the kid would have gotten packed by a chicken ?

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    Afiqah Sakinah

    a month ago

    Had a great time with our 5 months old baby! We went there on a weekend but the crowd is manageable. Ticket price is rm39 for adults. For me it’s worth the price with the experience, it’s good for kids’ sensory development. You can touch almost every animals here and you can feed a lot of animals too! The place is well maintained and animals look healthy and well fed. Staffs are very helpful and friendly. Will come back again when our LO can run around the place. ??

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