5 hidden farms in Singapore you never knew about until now!
Plan out your next five weekends with your family with trips to these awesome local farms!
Are you longing to breathe in some fresh air and escape the rat-race of the city?
No need to fly out of Singapore anymore to do this. You just need to head off to one of these five hidden farms with your family!
1. Hay Dairies
Hay Dairies is Singapore’s only goat farm that produces fresh goat milk, locally. Head here with your little ones and catch the milking process from about 9am to 10.30am, as well as say “hi” to the friendly goats!
Address: 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859
Phone: 6792 0931
Opening hours: 9am to 4pm, Monday, Wednesday to Sunday.
Entrance is free for groups under 20 in number.
To round off Children's Day, we had a couple of young aspiring gardeners who gathered at our MBS garden to do a little gardening.
2. Edible Garden City
Edible Garden City champions the “Grow Your Own Food” movement right here in Singapore. They design, maintain and build food gardens, providing fresh supplies of veggies to restaurants, hotels, schools and residences.
Visit them with your family and plow and plant your own crops during one of their community sessions.
Contact them via email for more details, at [email protected] today!
3. Changi Fishery
Changi Fishery is the largest floating kelong currently operating in Singapore waters. You can’t really fish for your own meal here, but you can enjoy some amazingly fresh seafood there with your family, at a great price.
Address: 72 Loyang Way, Singapore 508762
Phone: 6111 1111
4. Bollywood Veggies
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city at Bollywood Veggies. Head there with your family, walk around their 10-acre farm and enjoy a delicious meal at their Poison Ivy Bistro.
They also have a Food Museum where your kids can learn about the history of food culture.
Address: 100 Neo Tiew Road, Singapore 719026 (Kranji)
Phone: 6898 5001
Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 9am to 6.30pm.
5. Oh’ Farms
Got butterfly-loving little ones? Then you must head to Oh’ Farms with them where you can check out their Butterfly Lodge — a butterfly-friendly flight cage where you can observe and enjoy the butterflies in beautiful garden environment.
Besides the butterflies, Oh’ Farms is also one of the first and most successful Singaporean hydroponic farms, producing a couple of tonnes of vegetables a day.
Address: 14A, Bah Soon Pah Road, Singapore 769970
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 8am to 5pm.
Mums and dads, what are you waiting for? Start planning out the next five fun-filled weekends right now!
Have you visited any of these hidden farms in Singapore? If you have, tell us about your experience there in a comment below.
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