Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur: Insider Review & Tips!

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Farm in the City in Kuala Lumpur

Curious about Farm in the City? Dive into our review for an inside look at this unique attraction. From interactive encounters to animal showcases, find out why it’s a must-visit.

Bring the kids to this one-of-a-kind zoo experience and make unforgettable memories with nature’s wonderful creatures. Here’s our honest review of our recent trip to Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur.

Girl feeding a rabbit at Farm in the City

Introduction to Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur

Farm in the City is a nice, small zoo just outside Kuala Lumpur. Here you’ll have plenty of opportunities to interact with the animals at the petting zoo. You can hold turtles, pet ferrets, take a picture with snakes, feed tortoises, lamas, goats and birds, interact with raccoons, and more!

Feeding a racoon at Farm in the City KL

The park boasts plenty of greenery and scenic views. Even with the sun out, the place is still (relatively) cool because of the shade the trees provide; it still gets quite humid, though. In the center of it all, Farm in the City features a lake that houses colorful koi fish. Watching the koi fish swarm when you drop food in the water is a lot of fun for the kids.

Shaded path at Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur
Shaded path at Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur

You’ll also encounter many animals from different parts of the world, like North America, South America, Africa, and Asia. They also have a lineup of superstars that are a must-see, namely the Aldabra Tortoise, Ring-tailed Lemur, Alpaca, Blue & Gold Macaw, and the feisty Alligator Snapping Turtle.

At Farm in the City, you’re guaranteed an immersive experience an up-close encounters with different species of wildlife. It’s the perfect destination for kids and adults who love nature and animals.

Where is Farm in the City in Kuala Lumpur? 

Farm in the City is located at Seri Kembangan, 30 minutes from KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Centre).

To get there from the city center, you have a few transportation options:

  • By Private Car: If driving, you can take the Maju Expressway (MEX) and exit at the Seri Kembangan toll. Follow the signs to Farm in the City for the rest of the way. Note that they have limited parking spaces; we ended up parking the car along the street a few minutes away from Farm in the City.
  • By Train: You can also ride the KL Sentral Kumuter Train and disembark at KTM Seri Kembangan. From there, you can use GrabCar to Farm in the City.
  • By Taxi or GrabCar: You can hail a taxi or book a GrabCar for the (a little bit more expensive but) most convenient option. You will be taken directly to your destination and don’t have to worry about finding a parking spot.

TIP: Click here to read our ultimate guide to using Grab in Kuala Lumpur

What are the opening hours of Farm in the City? 

Farm in the City’s opening hours on weekdays are 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. Meanwhile, on weekends, public holidays, and school holidays, they operate from 9.30 am to 6.00 pm.

They are closed every Tuesday, excluding Public Holidays and School Holidays.

The best time to visit is on a weekday, that way you can avoid the crowds. Or if you have no choice but to go during the weekend, try to get there as early as possible so you can visit every attraction. It can take around 2 to 3 hours to tour everything, so make sure to pack a snack and drink.

Dinosaur Turtle at Farm in the City kL

How Much is the Farm in the City Entrance Fee? 

The price of the one day pass to Farm in the City costs:

Adult( ≥ 12 years old)Child( ≤ 11 years old)Senior Citizen( ≥ 60 years old)
MyKadRM 39.00 RM 32.00RM 32.00
Non-MyKadRM 58.00RM 48.00RM 48.00
Entry fees Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur
Prices as displayed at Farm in the City’s entrance in August 2023

You can buy your tickets here on their official website, but before you do we’ll let you in on a little secret.

Get discounted prices when you buy your ticket in advance, online! That’s right, you can save RM 1.00 to 2.00 for every ticket when you buy your Farm in the City Ticket through Klook.

It will get even better than this. Farm in the City is one of the eligible attractions for the Kuala Lumpur Attraction Pass.

Klook.com

TIP: Click here to learn everything you need to know about the Kuala Lumpur Attraction Pass.

Our Honest Farm in the City Review

We visited Farm in the City in Seri Kembangan on our way back from a staycation in Putrajaya. It was an memorbal experience that delighted both young and old alike. This charming animal park offers an intimate and interactive setting to get up close and personal with a diverse array of animals, making it a perfect family outing.

Girl befriending a meerkat at Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur

One of the standout features of Farm in the City is the opportunity to interact with the animals. Unlike traditional zoos, this park encourages visitors to engage with the animals in a more personal manner.

From curious (or hungry) goats to super soft cockatoos and cute hedgehogs, the animals here are accustomed to human interaction, creating fun moments that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

Girl petting a cockatoo at Farm in the City in Kuala Lumpur

Despite not being super huge, Farm in the City manages to pack a punch with its variety of animals. From domestic farm animals like rabbits and chickens to exotic creatures like snakes and tortoises, Farm in the City is home to them all. It’s a testament to their commitment to showcasing biodiversity and offering visitors a chance to learn about animals from different parts of the world.

The many feeding opportunities are a highlight that adds an extra layer of enjoyment. Throughout the park, there are designated feeding stations where you can purchase food and treats to offer to the animals. Already at the entrance you can buy a bucket of food. This bucket contains different types of food and the friendly staff is there to tell you which food is meant for which animals.

Girl feeding a big tortoise at Farm in the City KL

Watching the excitement on children’s faces as they hand-feed a lama a raccoon is adorable. The park’s emphasis on these feeding experiences not only fosters a deeper connection between visitors and animals but also creates fun memories.

What’s Next?

Is Farm in the City Kuala Lumpur worth visiting? Yes! We had the best time interacting and getting to know all the animals at Farm in the City. It’s a worthwhile trip if you’re venturing to the outskirts of KL.

But if you’re only staying for a short time, you can have other options for zoos and wildlife parks in Kuala Lumpur! For Zoo Negara Kuala Lumpur, the KL Bird Park, and Aquaria KLCC you don’t have to go far from the city center because they are located right in the heart of the city.

TIP: Click here to read our round-up of the best Zoo and Wildlife Parks in Kuala Lumpur (coming soon!)

Click here to buy your tickets for Farm in the City online.

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About Marlieke Kemp-Janssen:

Marlieke is the mom of a four-year-old girl and, together with daddy, they love living in and exploring Kuala Lumpur. As well as being the founder of Kuala Lumpur with Kids, Marlieke is a digital marketing consultant who has helped small businesses grow through her company Aureum Hospitality Advisers.

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