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Jong's Crocodile Farm & Zoo

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#23 of 90 things to do in Kuching Features Animals
29 km Kuching-Serian Road | Siburan, Kuching 93250, Malaysia
+60 82-863 570
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100's of Crocs

We found ourselves with a free day whilst staying in Kuching so we got the Ranee Hotel to arrange a... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not Spectacular

It's situated far from Kuching ....about 45 minutes drive. There is nothing special to see and it... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Saffy A
Seremban, Malaysia
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  • Average29%
  • Poor4%
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“mini zoo” (16 reviews)
“giant fish” (5 reviews)
29 km Kuching-Serian Road | Siburan, Kuching 93250, Malaysia
+60 82-863 570
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We found ourselves with a free day whilst staying in Kuching so we got the Ranee Hotel to arrange a taxi. Never seen so many croc's in one place. Worth an afternoon visit if you have spare time

Thank rachelbill
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's situated far from Kuching ....about 45 minutes drive. There is nothing special to see and it is hot there. The crocodile feeding show is nothing spectacular. Not worth the drive.

Thank Saffy A
Reviewed 15 July 2017

A large farm/zoo with many different animals to see - the crocodile feeding show is worth a look and kids will like it - it is sad to see how some of the animals are housed however.

Thank selray2017
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Quite a different experience to see the crocodiles. Some history is displayed together with other fauna.

Thank Eskay97
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

They charged RM22 for adult and RM11 for kids, and for Sarawakians is half the price only. In my personal opinion, this is racist and should categorized Malaysian or Non-Malaysian like what practice is other states of Malaysia. For the price, we expect at least...More

1  Thank DavidChoo707
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Brought my 2 grandkids to Jong's Crocodiles Farm as early as 9 am. We're locals so entrance fees are very reasonable except kids also need to pay. THis was my 3rd visit, I must salute this farm, so much improvements. Good and comfortable habitats for...More

Thank jong s
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Looking for a place to go with your family, this is the best place to go for leisure activities if you are planning to bring small children. The biggest Crocodile farm in Sarawak and the best time to go is the feeding time, Take nice...More

Thank Callandra87
Reviewed 1 June 2017

For what it is we had a good time. Most animals are kept ibn shocking conditions, but if you want to see crocodiles jump and big fish this is the place. The rest are pretty sad including the bears and bear cat. They had a...More

3  Thank DeadlyddPerth
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Various species of crocodiles and other animals available for viewing. Very informative regarding crocodiles sightings and attacks, types of crocodile, size, types and so on. Crocodile feeding time is a must see! However some information should be updated from time to time. Just keep an...More

Thank Alan D
Reviewed 20 May 2017

It's about 30 mins from Kuching... but well worth the trip out there.. feeding time for the crocs is 11 am and 3 pm.. many different reptiles etc.. snakes, fruit bats, lots of stuff to see.

Thank Ustwoguys
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nor zafirah t
5 April 2017|
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Response from ChrisMorin | Reviewed this property |
Older people would have a hard time, there is a lot of walking.
26 January 2016|
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Response from VincentHoKuching | Reviewed this property |
Firstly, its damned hard to catch a cat. Second, there are not that many stray cats in Kuching. So, it would be very difficult to ensure a regular supply, wont you say? The feedings I observed used chicken meat.