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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Sandakan Crocodile Farm

Sandakan Crocodile Farm

The three cousins enjoying the moments together

Koi Fishes

Motionless Crocodiles

A creative sign put up by MPS



Today would be the our last day in Sandakan. As our flight back to KL was scheduled in the evening and we still had sometime to spare, so off we went to Sandakan Crocodile Farm.
The owner of the farm also owns another Crocodile Farms in Langkawi and Tuaran, Sabah. The Sandakan Crocodile Farm is Malaysia's largest with over 3000 of the reptiles. The original stock came from wild crocodiles found along the Kinabatangan River. The animals are farmed for their skins to be turned into shoes and bags and their meat is also known to help cure asthma.
Besides offering visitors an up-close look at Sabah's biggest reptiles, the farm hosts several other attractions as well, including crocodile and snake shows. It also features a mini zoo with mouse deers, monkeys, turtles, peacocks, snakes, etc.

The drive from Sandakan town to the farm takes about half an hour.

Visiting Hours: Weekdays show times (Crocodiles only) - 11.45am & 4.00pm
Sunday and Public Hols show times (Crocodiles and snakes) - 11.45am, 2.00pm & 4.00pm
Daily feeding times - from 9.30am onwards until 4.30pm
Admission Fees: Adults RM5.00 Children below 12 years RM3.00

Sandakan Crocodile Farm
Mile 8, Jalan Labuk
Sandakan, Sabah
Tel : 6 089 660666 (Farm) / 6 089 211391 , 6 089 217637 (Office)

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