Our Thoughts on Farm in the City (FITC)

~ Posted on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 7:49 AM ~

During the recent Chinese New Year holidays, we went to Farm in the City (FITC) and we brought along a niece and a nephew with us. Our 3 kiddos love spending time with their cousins so we asked for our brother and sister in law's permissions to kidnap their 2 youngest kiddos so that we can bring them along with our family outing hahaha... 

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We left from our place at 9-ish in the morning and arrived at our destination at 10.30am. Because it was still CNY holiday, there are lots of parking space available and very little crowd as well. Staff waited at the reception and greeted us with a warm welcome. We were ushered to the counter to purchase our family package tickets (RM109 for 2 adults and 2 children below 12 years old, free 2 pony ride for children)

Once we put on our sticker tag onto our wrists, we headed into the farm. Pictures below are some of the snapshots taken during our outing. Feeding giant tortoise, rabbits, guinea pigs, catching fishes, holding baby chicks, standing on ostrich egg, feeding birds, goats, fishes and many more, this place is fun! All 5 kiddos are excited and happily enjoying themselves!

Our nephew told hubby that he can stay on until 6pm (that's when the farm closes) but 2 adults with 5 kiddos, we can only managed to hang around the farm until almost 5pm. We were very tired and ran out of water supply LOL, left the farm happily and very satisfied and capped off the outing with a small tea break McDonalds treat.


Some proud mummy moments during the outing were:

  • Our 3 kiddos braving themselves to touch and feed some farm animals (tortoises, monkeys, birds, goats, baby chicks)

  • Watching our kiddos catching small fishes at the drains near the rabbits and guinea pigs petting area. They were so happy when they caught the fishes (which were released back unharm after that)


To sum up our review on Farm in the City (FITC):


  • Reasonable entrance fees 

  • Up close encounter with farm animals

  • Lots of rest areas with benches and tables and shelters

  • Lots of washing areas with proper sink (even child-friendly sinks) and handwash liquid for you to wash your hands after touching, petting or feeding the farm animals

  • Stroller-friendly walkways

  • Food to feed farm animals are FREE and provided by staff stationed at the enclosures.

  • Friendly and helpful staff

  • Refreshment areas are clean up promptly

  • Lots of teaching and learning monents for kiddos - habitats, features, feeding, life cycles of farm animals, trees and plants.


  • I was not able to get to the fruits/plants area as there is no stroller path going down so I ended up resting at a picnic table at the archway of the fruits/plants area with our 1.5 year old toddler who is napping that time.


Definitely worth going back to again and again! Totally recommended!


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