Last week, the hubby and I decided that we shall endeavour to bring our boys out to various places of interests and learning TWICE a month.
We will TRY.
And that week itself, we planned a visit to Farmart Centre as we remembered the time J1 so enjoyed feeding the goats at the zoo.
We knew there were nothing much to do there except feed the animals but admission was FREE, so why not?!
There were a small variety of animals like the fishes…
Fat Frogs croaking in harmony…
Terrapins piling on top of one another. Bad example to my boys.
Uber cute hamsters. Or are they just mice?
Colorful parrots walking up and down a branch. Many other birds around too.
And goats. Make it 3.
You can purchase a $5 pack of different animal foods to feed the always-so-hungry animals.
Now look at my brave little boys…
It was quite a horrifying sight at least to me when I saw how they opened their huge mouths to devour the feed. But J1 was crackling with laughter as he saw them fighting for the food and swallowing it.
The pack also included carrot and corn sticks for the cute bunnies.
The bunnies seemed very hungry too as they kept coming towards us after they finished their sticks of food.
J1 also tried feeding the birds but he was quite afraid of their sharp beaks and gave up after a while.
So that was all for the feeding of the farm animals.
There are kiddy rides available at the place. J2 had more fun playing these rides than feeding the animals.
We had lunch at a zi char place situated within Farmart’s premises. The food was definitely above average.
We also explored some of the stalls there and ended up purchasing crocodile meat and cheap and probably fresher brown eggs, first born eggs, quail eggs there. Frozen quail meat was available there too!
There are many other farms in that area too. At the end of this visit, we decided we could visit the other farms soon!
67 Sungei Tengah Rd , Singapore (699008)
Tel : 65 6767 0070 Fax: 65 6767 4756