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Outing to Farmart

Hi~

Met Angie for a bonding day awhile ago. Supposingly we went to the River Safari because Angie had free tix, but we ended up at Farmart because the tix were expired. The trip to Farmart totally savaged the day!

The place is easily accessible by taking a shuttle bus ($1 each way) that comes every 30 mins, opposite Choa Chu Kang Lot 1. It was an eye-opener for me. It felt like Malaysia. Lol.


There was a pet food store cum pet hotel and I bought some food (vitakraft sticks & fish fillets) for my favourite neighbourhood cats. The pricing is slightly cheaper than town prices so I bought a bigger pack. The place mainly is a farm and food place, as online articles mentioned that they sell cheaper seafood but the stalls were mostly closed that day. There were also a bird shop and prawning area. The farm.. is really interesting.

There were super tamed parrots (or mini parrots lol)

Stacked tortoises

Creepy toads

Sleepy birds

We bought the feed while we were there. The $5 set was totally worth it cos by right each portion costs $2. Rabbit food were just carrots, fish/tortoise food were the pellets, goat food were some random leafy veg and parrot food was sunflower seeds. Let the feeding begin!

It was really scary feeding the birds. Feels like they're gonna snap ma finger anytime. Cute tho.

Fed the goats too. The uncle taught us how to touch them and he even mentioned that he had just bathed them and were quite clean. True enough!

There were so many rabbits there and I think some were up for sale. There were local breeds as well as imported breeds, so there was a variety of cute. The cages were quite small tho :( How I wish I had the ability to buy them all some carrots :(

There was a free-roaming ground for a few animals and there were some hungry guinea pigs.

Chickens walk around the place #likeaboss and drinking the goat's water lolol

Then there was this monstrousity known as the cat fish. 

Look at that monstrousity!!!!!


Had coconut juice and it was the end of our trip to farmart. Abrupt ending cos I don't know how to end my posts properly >.<

Farmart Centre Singapore
67 Sungei Tengah Road
Singapore 669008



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