Do you know that there is still a crocodile farm right here in Singapore?
There is only one such farm left in Singapore. Founded in 1964, the 50-plus-year-old Long Kuan Hung Crocodile Farm (农光行鳄鱼场) is located at Neo Tiew Crescent near Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve. Its facilities includes it’s own breeding pond, hatchery, pens, abattoir, tannery and R & D.
The last crocodile farm of Singapore houses at least 13,000 crocs. The Kranji farm has an area of about 12 football fields and 6 croc breeding ponds, each pond has about 300 crocs. They have all 4 major families of crocodiles, alligators, caiman and gharials including some near extinct species are also found here.
Images from Youtube video below.
Unfortunately, Singapore’s remaining crocodile farm is not opened to the public. However, you can still visit it through a pre-organised tour via Uncle William’s Crocodile Farmtrail.
Long Kuan Hung Crocodile Farm (农光行鳄鱼场)
Address: 321 Neo Tiew Crescent, Singapore 718914
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