Attractions in Johor
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Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm
Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm
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  2. 4 years ago

Overall, it was a great family hangout even though it is very far from Kluang for us. Outside the farm, you can experience holding the baby crocodile and taking picture with it for RM20/pax. For your information, you can even buy their crocodile egg too at RM10/egg. The egg is big but it does not taste like chicken egg. It taste more awful than chicken egg. Nonetheless, it is a great place to visit if you are passing by or leaving nearby here. Definitely not worth it if you are coming from far away. As you can finished the tour within an hour.

Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm
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  2. 4 years ago

The entrance fee is RM8 for adults and RM4 for children. You pay RM20 if you want to feed the crocodiles, which we did. A young chap escorted us through the crocodile farm. He was armed with a bucket of chicken carcasses and called the crocodiles from the pond. Surprisingly the crocodiles knew what was going on, came up and waited for their food!

Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm
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  2. 5 years ago

It's a shame that we did not visit the Crocodile Farm along Upper Serangoon Road before it ends its operation in 2012. The only crocodile farm left in Singapore is Long Kuan Hong Crocodile Farm, situated at New Tiew Crescent and is not open to public. Hence, during our drive-in to Johor Bahru last year, we decided to drop by Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm to have an up close experience with the crocodiles. Housing more than 1000 saltwater crocodiles, including a 130-year old toothless crocodile, they are of different sizes and ages. Many crocodiles are lurking within the lake in the centre of the farm, which explains why it is blocked off and visitors are not allowed to get close to the lake.