We came here before Covid19. The ticketing price doubled/tripled because they brought in some endangered species, namely crocodile, Tapir and sun bear. If you go in the day, there’s nothing much to shout about because you can’t watch the water fountain light performances (but my family are lazy to go out at night 🤣🤣 and we don’t like crowded places). The walk is about 2km and we walked two rounds to maximise our ticketing price! 🙄😛😂 (Norrah is above 90cm, despite STILL below 5yo and so she has her own ticket also).
Compared to Farm in the city, this place is less interactive – though we can still feed some of the animals like ostrich, deer and Mara. Besides the entrance fee, every other rides need additional fee like buggy ride, boat ride and train ride. It became more commercialised.