Well, PS & I were bringing our kids out quite frequently recently (outing for almost every weekend since March). In Hokkien, that is what we call “pak pak ciau” :).
Just 3 days before that, PS told me she had just read from SinChew newspaper, that the Rabbit Farm in Semenyih seems interesting. After a few round of discussions, we decided to a go on April 19th.
The Rabbit Fun Land is located in Semenyih, Kajang. To be honest, this place is a total stranger to us. In fact, it is just about 40-45 minutes drive from our place. From the Kajang-Cheras highway, one just need to follow the signboard to Semenyih and you can find the place quite easily.
You may download the map from the Rabbit Fund Land website: Reference: http://www.earcsb.com/index_files/maps.htm
Once we reached there, Malcolm was already very excited seeing someone riding the pony around. This was the first time he sees someone riding on a real horse.
We bought the family package entrance ticket, which is RM 50 per family. The ticket comes with a food voucher, which entitle for food & beverage redemption; alternatively you may opt to buy the entrance ticket at RM5 for farm visiting only.
Below are the fun activities you can enjoy there:
1. Monkey feeding
Beware of the monkey especially when you are holding on the banana. Little Abby was frightened when the little monkey snatched the banana from her hand.
2. Rabbit feeding
The kids spent most of the time playing with the rabbits. Malcolm and Terry feed the rabbits with carrots the most. Both of them were feeding the rabbit from one to another. Some rabbits are reluctant to eat the carrots that offered by the visitors. Why? We guess they are too full (Maybe the carrots are not organically growth . They are many visitors over the weekend, so please be there earlier to feed the rabbits in hunger (You may get sued for accusing them of torturing those rabbits)
According to the owners, there are many types of rabbits; they are the Angoras, Dwarfs, New Zealand Whites, Lion Heads and many more. We notice the New Zealand Whites is the most active & not afraid of people. They will not run away from you when you feed them carrot as the others rabbits do.
3. Farm visiting
Show your kids on what the farm animals are. You may find pony, dog, cat and goat. Too bad we cannot find chicken and duck there.
Malcolm, Abby and Terry were having lots of funs on the swing. Sorry, Jonas. This is not for you yet.
5. Pony riding
we didn’t try as we think it ‘s not suitable for kids below 5.
Not too worry about the food if you are not the rabbit meat eater. They do serve non-rabbit meat dishes. However, majority of the food are rabbit meat as you can see from the menu. It sounds a bit ridiculous to eat rabbit meat while you are seeing the rabbit hoping around. However, the food will make you forget the outlandishness.
To know more about the Rabbit Fun Land, you can visit the website @ http://www.earcsb.com/index_files/aboutus.htm