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Trong Leisure Farm 自农休闲农庄

Hi!!
How did you spent your recent weekend holiday?

We made a short trip to Trong leisure farm, a small town near Taiping.
I actually went there before in year 2014, coincidentally it was during September too haha!



This time we left Taiping right after brunch, since I checked online already, it opens as early as 9am

I guess overall, this place changed nothing much compared to the last time...

Hello giant rubber duckie!


I love this photo, love their innocent looks here <3

Aden is quite ok in taking photos these days, haha!
 

Last round, we did not get to visit the actual duck farm due to time constraint.

This time around, we managed to experience it for the first time.
Here we are in a tractor which takes visitors to the duck farm.
Entrance ticket is RM8 for adult, and half price for kids~

But nobody check the tickets also, I guess it's ok if you don't buy any ticket and jump onto the tractor right away *grin*


Duck food is available for feeding, my boy enjoyed feeding those hungry ducklings!


Those bigger ducks are even hungrier!


Both Aden and Toby really enjoyed the feeding session, kept on pestering their daddy to buy more xD
It's RM1 per packet by the way~




Well, I just realize both of us hardly take any selfie these days.... :p

 Actually it was drizzling when we arrived, luckily weather turned great after a while~





 

It's a duck farm, so you can expect a lot of duck stuff here, even edible jelly! xD


 
Quack quack quack~~~

 

Overall I think it's quite a nice place to visit, especially for kids ;)

Here's the actual location:
PT293,JALAN KUALA TRONG
Trong, Perak, Malaysia.
Tel:  010-464 0918


For more information, you can check out their FB page~ 


That's all for today!
Have a nice weekend ahead!
 

Comments

  1. 你这么快就写了XD
    我怕动那些鸭子XP

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    1. 哈哈我怕拖到忘了写啊!
      不怕不怕,它们很软很可爱的~~

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  2. That's a lovely place. Nothing like exposing the kids to all these things first hand. Too many spend too much of their time on the smartphones and ipads these days - they miss all these, so sad.

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    1. It's good to let the kids explore nature often, but sometimes smartphones/ipads are unavoidable too, of course need to control la!

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  3. Quack! Quack! I would be thrilled even as an adult to visit this place with so many Donald Ducks! Definitely a good educational exposure for the kids to learn about Mother Nature and animals. Beside edible duck jelly, did they sell any crispy skinned duck rice? LOLOL

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    1. Haha, quite an interesting for both adults and kids la!
      Yep, they sell duck rice too! You can browse their FB page, they share the menu there~

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  4. So many ducks, real and artificial ones hah..hah... Have a great weekend with your family!

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  5. Yes, nice to visit this duck farm for children as they can feed the ducks and ducklings. Nice photos of everyone! Have a good weekend!

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    1. I agree, let them explore and experience.

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  6. It is good for children to visit this type of animal farms, educational and fun!

    Have a good weekend!

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    1. By the way, I like that blouse you are wearing, looks very nice on you.

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  7. Wow! A duckie farm huh? So many ducks! Real and fake alike! Hahaha.

    The boys were enjoying themselves. Everyone was looking good.

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  8. 很亲子的景点,对于那些喜欢小动物的孩子们来说会是一个愉快的地方。我边看就便想着最后会不会有些相关的食物,结果鸭子果冻就出现了,呵呵!

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    1. 嗯,我儿子最爱自己喂鸭子吃东西,买了一包又一包啊!xD
      其实还有别的鸭子料理,不过我们没有order.

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  9. We been there once only. The place is not bad, but the restaurant food is so so only.

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  10. Saw your pics on Fb and it looks so fun there ! Didn’t even know for such park exist there!i really didn’t travel up north for a while ! Hahahha... you guys are looking good there while Toby and little bro looks a cheerful lot at the park ! Nice place to bring kids there !!

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    1. Yes, next time you back Ipoh can plan a trip there, near only.
      BTW, you re-appear again after MIA for so long!!

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