Rabbit Fun Land, Broga
City folks live a life full of stress. If you are willing to go a distance of about a half-hour drive out of the Klang Valley, you’ll discover a fun petting land in Broga just outside of Kajang town. Unlike the old days when the winding road will guarantee to give you motion sickness, the newly constructed road will give you a feeling of calm and serenity while driving pass Nottingham University campus and then to the Rabbit Fun Land. Yes, Rabbit Fun Land. That’s what I’m talking about :)
Entrance fee is RM5 for any human being above 2 years old :P
The first thing that caught our eyes were the ponies and the swinging monkeys! The monkeys swung with the chain dangling on their necks like as if they were about to commit suicide! I tried so many times to record it but failed. Apparently, they were not suicidal; they were just trying to have some ‘fun’
being chained up like that! And then there were lambs… Not as cute and fluffy as the one you see in story books :P
There are a variety of goats and then there are a couple of cows :)
Ethan admiring the tortoises
He got excited when this family went to feed the lambs. He quickly made a dash to them and joined in the fun. It was a little bit scary to see the lambs jutting their necks out through the wired fences just to get the fruits. I sure hope they did not hurt themselves!
! What he had been waiting for! There were so many rabbits in the enclosure for petting! They were so cute!
We got free rabbit pellets at the entrance and Ethan fed the rabbits :D
Oh please, you must remind yourself that you are not a magician, hence no carrying the rabbits by pulling their ears! Pet them, love them but do not hurt them :)
Watch this video of Ethan petting those cute rabbits..
After the fun time at the petting zoo, we headed towards the ponies. Ethan had been requesting to ride on the ponies the moment he spotted them at the entrance! RM5 for the pony ride. Not bad :)
Here’s a video of him riding the pony :)
When I went to wash my hands, I saw this…
Goose.. or should I say geese?
We spent a good two hours exploring the place and all the animals before we got hungry. The funland
has a good menu of rabbit meat products touted to be good for health as it is low in cholesterol. We ordered the house speciality “Nasi Goreng Salai Daging Arnab“
Fried rice – RM18
Satay – RM18 for 10 sticks
Coconut – RM5
It was my first time eating rabbit meat and I did not like it. I don’t think I’ll take rabbit meat ever again! We wanted to try the dried rabbit meat but it cost RM75 for 600gm! Very dear
indeed. No pun
Endless rows of rabbits waiting to be eaten @_@ Eeeeek!!!!!!!!!!
Oh, you have GOT to check out the Satay Guy! Gaya! :D
Finally before we left, Ethan had a few rounds of fun at the ball net :)
Watch what he or rather the Daddy did at the ball net :D
To sum it up, we had a great time at Rabbit Fun Land. The owner David Wong was there personally to see that we are attended to. He told us that the place has been there for five years now and is starting to pick up due to the Nottingham University campus nearby. People are finally getting to know of the place.
If you are keen to go to Rabbit Fun Land, the place is only open on Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays from 9.30am – 10.30pm.
Up next.. Si Na Tok Chinese temple