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Jurong Frog Farm

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56 Lim Chu Kang Lane 6, Singapore 719164, Singapore
+65 6791 7229
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only if you have car

If you don’t have a car I would bother visiting. But if you drive up this way to visit kranji... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2018
JohnG3121
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Interesting... If large vats of frogs are your thing...

On a recent trip to Singapore, my wife and I met up with a friend of mine, and with him having... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
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29 Jan 2018
“only if you have car”
6 Dec 2017
“Interesting... If large vats of frogs are your thing...”
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Jurong Frog Farm (JFF) is the first and only frog farm in Singapore. Established in 1981, JFF is in Kranji Countryside, away from the buzz of the city. Get up close with around 20,000 American Bullfrogs and enjoy their melodious chorus. Take a...more
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Reviewed 30 January 2018 via mobile

If you don’t have a car I would bother visiting. But if you drive up this way to visit kranji reservoir than check it out. Is very interesting and quirky but interesting enough to spend an hour plus on public transport

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Reviewed 7 December 2017

On a recent trip to Singapore, my wife and I met up with a friend of mine, and with him having access to a car, we ended up heading to places that perhaps aren't on too many people's "Things to see in Singapore" lists. One...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2017

My family and I went expecting to have a blast! It was cheap, barely anyone around, and they seemed to have many different species of frog, you could feed them, and pick them up. But after about 30-40 minutes, you kind of seen everything, so...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Brought the kids here today for an outing. It's quite a trek to get here and without a car I imagine it's not so easy. There are various small ponds with tadpoles and different species of frogs, some of them quite huge. Kids can feed...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Another great place to bring kids and expose them to frogs! This is within close proximity to the Haydairies Goat Farm. So you can visit big places at the on the same day. We went there on a Sunday and there was no workers there...More

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Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

Had seen it reviewed positively in SvD (Swedish daily newspaper) and since we had a day off in Singapore, we wanted to see the big frogs. Took MRT to Kanji, and searched for the yellow bus to the farms. It was easier, faster and cheaper...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Went on a saturday afternoon, the place was deserted, perhaps due to the dark skies. Went in on our own to a shed and saw some frogs. But not very interesting as it was really dark and with no one around to share any info...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

One of the surviving farms in Singapore, Jurong Frog Farm offers great education on the life-cycle of the frog, namely American Bullfrog. Visitors get to observe the frogs in the various life stages up close and possibly even feed and touch them. You will be...More

Thank Addie S
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Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

My 2 yo enjoyed the frog pool. For $6 you get to go into the pool for 30 min; they will loan you a pair of boots as well. Great activity for boys (not sure if lil girls will enjoy playing with frogs).

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Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

Took a few kids to Jurong Frog Farm as we exploring the nature in Kranji/Neo Tiew area. Jurong Frog farm was actually just a few minutes drive from Sungei Buloh and the kids were so looking forward to catching frogs. The place does not look...More

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