Our first visit to Bukit Jelutong Eco Community Park
We have come to know about this park some months back. Finally, we made the effort to come (after all the hype about it on fb)! 🤣 The entrance is free and animal petting session (with the goats) is during the weekend from 9am to 9.45am. We managed to ‘pet’ the goats for about 20 minutes upon arrival. We then went ‘hiking’ on the steep hill, under the scorching sun. Luckily we brought our umbrellas. The hike is suitable for beginners/ kids – because it is less than 1km only (just that it is very steep). We found very nice scenery from the peak. It is sort of a resort view and such an experience for the kids.
We then hike down and the kids get to feed the ducks and geese. They are selling a container of pellets for RM5, and no bread feeding allowed.
There’s a beautiful garden towards the exit. There are many benches for visitors to rest and clean toilets too.
We parked further away (down the road) as we heard about the steep slope/drive towards the park.
we actually met the owner at the entrance when we arrived. He is such a humble man who speak to most visitors.Photos: https://youtu.be/zLHFax2RKxY