Jong's Crocodile Farm (1D)
Face off with the elusive and deadly Southeast Asian crocodiles!
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This package takes you face to face with some of Southeast Asia's most deadly predators, the salt water crocodiles. Known to prey on man, these crocodiles are kept and bred at Jong's Crocodile Farm, a 3 and a half acre complex dedicated to the preservation and understanding of this elusive and rare hunter.
ItineraryYour crocodile jaunt begins with your arrival at Jong's Crocodile Farm after a brief 30 minute drive from Kuching. Remember to check out the farm's main attraction, the Crocodile Feeding Show, available twice daily. Get to know more about these predators and how they live as you visit the crocodile museum, and read about some of their most gruesome deeds. Then look into the eyes of one of nature's greatest predators when you view one of the farm's scaly inhabintants, an 80 year old crocodile named Bujang Sudin.
Walk about the farm's grounds and view the peacock garden, the arapaima pond and get acquainted with Borneo's other unique animals like the sunbear, civet and barking deers. Pick up a souvenir at the Bujang Senang Souvenir Shop before you end your tour and depart for Kuching in the afternoon.
Jong's Crocodile Farm
Crocodile Feeding Show