Alpaca World
Alpaca World
4.5
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
About
The one and only in the country! By the name itself, Alpaca World is a place to see alpacas running around the nature, and it dreams to be a happy place for the nature, animals, and humans. Not only you can feel a bond with, feed, and touch the rare animals like alpacas, white deers, mules, hinnies, and ponies, but you can enjoy the performances of magician and animal friends. Once you enjoy even the picnic at the breezy and cool Starlight Plaza, you will find yourself soaked in happiness the nature provides you. Make an unforgettable memory with unique and special programs you can enjoy here in Alpaca World! We work hard to minimize the stress our animals may feel and care them being a friendly and equal relationship with humans.
Duration: 2-3 hours
Meets animal welfare guidelines
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from ₹7,479.05
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  • Dylan_Stardew
    Hong Kong, China17 contributions
    Absolutely Great Visit at the Alpaca World
    The park was really fun. We had a great time encountering so many animals such as alpacas, birds and other creatures. The park was well built and you could collect stamps along the way to win a prize at a gift shop. Awesome
    Visited April 2023
    Written 19 April 2023
  • Megan G
    4 contributions
    Magical alpaca experience!
    Thoroughly enjoyed my time at Alpaca World. Visited as a part of a tour package that included Nami Island and Garden of Morning Calm (both of which I also recommend) with a co-worker while on an extended business trip and while the temperature was hot, getting to interact with these fantastic creatures was absolutely worth a little sweat. It was fun feeding them in the pen, but the 1:1 interaction of the healing walk was absolutely worth it as I could not stop smiling the entire time. Overall the park is nicely done and the animals all appeared very well cared for. Definitely worth a stop if you are looking for a fun animal adventure (no matter what your age).
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled on business
    Written 27 August 2023
  • Lester Gencianeo
    Macau, China187 contributions
    A world not only for Alpacas
    Be sure to come early and don't miss the chance to experience a pack of alpacas running towards you at the start of the program. The place is a habitat for many beautiful species. You'll get a chance to walk with alpaca for 15 minutes and feed the rabbits. You can buy PACA coin at the ticketing counter and use it to buy feeds from the vending machines located around the farm. There is a mini game as well, once you complete all the stamps you'll get a gift from the souvenir shop. Highly recommended for everyone who visits South Korea.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 14 October 2023
  • MarkG
    Singapore, Singapore131 contributions
    Nice park with lots of opportunities to view and interact with animals
    The park is larger than it seems and it may not be suitable for those with difficulty walking as there are up and down slopes and little shelter. Ignore the 10.10am feeding time, because there are lots of opportunities to feed the alpacas around the park. It costs $1k won per cup of feed from vending machines around the park. Take note that the coin changing machine exchanges notes for an "alpaca coin" that is worth $1k won. If you don't use it to buy feed, it becomes a souvenir without any cash value (unless you sell it to someone else.) The park also has deer, birds, rabbits, goats (some miserable looking ones) as well. If visiting with family (kids, old folks etc.) set aside 2 to 2.5 hr duration.
    Visited October 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 11 November 2023
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msnakim
Singapore2,383 contributions
Dec 2023 • Family
We booked a private tour with Klook, covering Alpaca World, Nami Island and Garden of Morning Calm. Out of the three attractions, we loved Alpaca World the most.

We arrived before the show at 10am. Our guide let us wait at the lobby area, before taking the lift to the ticketing booth. It was a super cold day, and the lobby area is warm. He gave us the signal to depart at just the right time. When we entered, the show was just starting!

The alpacas were really cute. But if you have toddlers or young children, do watch over them. The alpacas tend to be a bit rough when snatching the food. Some of them do nibble at the fingers. So my child shrieked and dropped everything on the ground.

We wanted to go for the Healing Walk. Be forewarned. The map is not easy to read. We took the wrong path, and it was uphill all the way. Imagine our dismay when we realised the mistake and have to go back down, to walk up another path, even further uphill. But it was all worth it!

Tips:
a) Bring loose change to buy extra feed at the machines
b) For healing walk, children cannot hold the leash
Written 13 February 2024
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Daniel L
Singapore, Singapore208 contributions
Dec 2023 • Family
Teens have great time with the alpaca. Not recommended for folks with issues walking up slope and stairs. Is like a nano Zoo
Written 6 December 2023
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MarkG
Singapore, Singapore131 contributions
Oct 2023 • Family
The park is larger than it seems and it may not be suitable for those with difficulty walking as there are up and down slopes and little shelter. Ignore the 10.10am feeding time, because there are lots of opportunities to feed the alpacas around the park. It costs $1k won per cup of feed from vending machines around the park. Take note that the coin changing machine exchanges notes for an "alpaca coin" that is worth $1k won. If you don't use it to buy feed, it becomes a souvenir without any cash value (unless you sell it to someone else.) The park also has deer, birds, rabbits, goats (some miserable looking ones) as well. If visiting with family (kids, old folks etc.) set aside 2 to 2.5 hr duration.
Written 11 November 2023
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Lester Gencianeo
Macau, China187 contributions
Sept 2023 • Couples
Be sure to come early and don't miss the chance to experience a pack of alpacas running towards you at the start of the program. The place is a habitat for many beautiful species. You'll get a chance to walk with alpaca for 15 minutes and feed the rabbits. You can buy PACA coin at the ticketing counter and use it to buy feeds from the vending machines located around the farm. There is a mini game as well, once you complete all the stamps you'll get a gift from the souvenir shop. Highly recommended for everyone who visits South Korea.
Written 14 October 2023
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Megan G
4 contributions
Aug 2023 • Business
Thoroughly enjoyed my time at Alpaca World. Visited as a part of a tour package that included Nami Island and Garden of Morning Calm (both of which I also recommend) with a co-worker while on an extended business trip and while the temperature was hot, getting to interact with these fantastic creatures was absolutely worth a little sweat. It was fun feeding them in the pen, but the 1:1 interaction of the healing walk was absolutely worth it as I could not stop smiling the entire time. Overall the park is nicely done and the animals all appeared very well cared for. Definitely worth a stop if you are looking for a fun animal adventure (no matter what your age).
Written 27 August 2023
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Dylan_Stardew
Hong Kong, China17 contributions
Apr 2023
The park was really fun. We had a great time encountering so many animals such as alpacas, birds and other creatures. The park was well built and you could collect stamps along the way to win a prize at a gift shop. Awesome
Written 19 April 2023
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jeremy7lim
Singapore, Singapore35 contributions
Jan 2023
Aim to arrive at 10am! The first activity you can participate here at 10.10am involves calling out to a herd of fluffy alpacas who will come running down the hill to an enclosure where you and a bunch of other people will be waiting to feed them some breakfast.

The best way to explore this park is on foot - but note there are some uphill sections so do take your time to take in this entire experience. The alpacas are nice and docile but they have been known to spit at people who piss them off.

There is also a station at the midpoint of the park where you can spend some money to "rent" an alpaca to walk around the area and take photos with. You are also given park tokens to purchase feed cups to distribute to the wildlife here that also includes birds, deer, goats etc.

There is also an activity that allows you to collect a stamp at 10 locations located around the park. Collect all ten and you can exchange it for a small gift at the gift shop at the entrance of the park.

Good fun and some ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING SCENERY for the whole family!
Written 26 January 2023
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pandora m
Singapore, Singapore249 contributions
Nov 2022 • Family
Come at 10am. There is a 10.10am free feeding session/show where the alpacas run into an enclosure for you to feed. Even though on website it states that it is only on weekends but because there were at least 2 large tour groups - we also got to enjoy.

Strongly recommended to buy alpaca coins if you have kids. Each coin can be used at vending machines that dispense specialised feed for some enclosures.

My 8 yr old was literally bursting with happiness and skipping throughout the 3h we were there!

Totally worth the long journey there (1.5h from seoul).
Written 28 November 2022
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Bertramkhoo
52 contributions
Apr 2022 • Couples
Love this gem! This was a tour that came about together with nami island while I was searching for nami island tours. Lots of cute animals - alpacas/ goats/ rabbits/ dear / lamb all of them you could feed.

The interesting thing about the place is that one can get up close with the animals while feeding them. Not an experience one could get in many places !

Place was clean and well managed too!

Would recommend to drop by if heading to nami island for a day trip to visit the animals and support the animal friendly establishment
Written 30 April 2022
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Elaine
Singapore, Singapore72 contributions
Dec 2019
The Alpacas were too cute to resist! Very friendly animal that is motivated by food. As it is located on the top of the mountain, it is important to keep yourself warm when visiting in winter! You can also take the Alpaca for a short walk for 10,000won, about 15 mins in duration. This is also home to many other animals as well. Not too bad an experience!
Written 31 December 2019
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Alpaca World admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost ₹ 7,302.90, while a popular guided tour starts around ₹ 5,809.13 per person.

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