10 Farms in Singapore That You Probably Did Not Know About

17 April
singapore farms

Contrary to popular belief, Singapore is more than just glitzy skyscrapers. Everyone recognises the iconic Marina Bay Sands, but not everybody knows about our farms.

Despite having a 100% urban population, there are still several countryside farms that are open to public for visits. These remote places make great temporary escapade for those who are tired of the hectic city life.

From organic vegetable farm Bollywood Veggies to Singapore’s only goat farm Hay Dairies, here are 10 Farms in Singapore That You Probably Did Not Know About. Of course, there are actually many more farms to discover in the outskirts! We reckon these places make a great educational trip for families with little ones and will also rejuvenate those worn out from work.



Founded in year 2000, Bollywood Veggies provides an interesting glimpse of how the “kampong lifestyle” was led before Singapore’s modernisation. The organic farm offers planet-friendly fresh farm produce and is currently Singapore’s largest banana producers. Dine at their award-winning bistro Poison Ivy, take up cooking classes or join an enriching tour.

100 Neo Tiew Road
Singapore 719026
Tel: +65 6898 5001
Wed to Fri: 9.30am to 6.30pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 8am to 6.30pm
Nearest Station: Kranji



Farmmart Centre is where visitors can sign up for Educational Farm Tours led by Uncle William or eat at their in-house Kampung Food Village (halal options are available). Get up close and personal with lovely furry domestic creatures at the Animal Corner, where you can even feed them too. You can also shop for fresh eggs, live seafood and even exotic meats.

67 Sungei Tengah Road
Singapore 699008
Tel: +65 6767 0070
Daily: 10am to 7pm
Nearest Station: Choa Chu Kang



Owned by The Nyee Phoe Group, Gardenasia offers green workshops and educational programmes etc. It is also a popular wedding destination! Nestled in lush greenery, the child-friendly multipurpose venue is a great destination to inform the new young generation about our natural environments – something that is unfortunately deprived by rapid urbanisation.

37 Niven Road
Singapore 228384
Tel: +65 6336 5881
Daily: 9am to 5pm
Nearest Station: Kranji


Established in 1995, Hausman Marketing Aquarium was actually one of the pioneers in conducting meaningful hands-on educational programmes for schools. Shop for aquarium accessories or participate in a relaxed fishing session whilst immersing yourselves in the tranquil ambience of the gorgeous countryside. You can also feed fishes here!

291 Neo Tiew Cres
Singapore 719099
Tel: +65 6792 1318
Wed to Mon: 10am to 6pm
Closed on Tuesdays
Nearest Station: Kranji



Hay Diaries is the only goat farm in Singapore, where visitors can milk the goats and purchase freshly produced antibiotic-free goat milk. Do note that milking demonstrations are held daily (except Tuesdays) at the following timings: 9am, 9.30am, 10am and 10.30am. So do drop by the farm early or miss out on the rare opportunity of interacting with these adorable animals!

3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4
Singapore 718859
Tel: +65 6792 0931
Nearest Station: Kranji
Mon, Wed to Sun: 9am to 4pm
Closed on Tuesdays


While Horse City Gallop Stable might not necessarily be a full-fledged farm, the horse riding school is still the go-to place to make your horse-riding dreams come true (without having to pay premium membership fees or owning a horse). Register for a one-time lesson or book a stable tour. Note that prior bookings of at least a week in advance is required for stable tours.

100 Turf Club Road
Singapore 287992
Tel: +65 6463 6012
Sat, Sun & PH: 10am – 12pm, 2pm – 6pm
Nearest Station: Botanical Gardens


Jurong Frog Farm is a thriving business that has been supplying frog meat since a few decades ago. Interested visitors can book a tour to gain informative insights on frog farming and everything else you ever want to know about American Bullfrogs. Participants get to hand-feed the frogs, learn to differentiate the genders and savour delicious deep-fried frog meat.

56 Lim Chu Kang Lane 6
Singapore 719164
Tel: +65 6791 7229
Sat, Sun & PH: 9pm – 5.30pm
Nearest Station: Kranji



Kin Yan Agrotech is Singapore’s biggest commercial producer and supplier of organic wheatgrass. But that is of course, not their only produce. The farm also supplies a wide selection of other plants such as aloe vera, cactus, mushrooms and roselle. Partake in a wheatgrass farm tour, healthy wheatgrass juicing demonstration or aloe vera cooking!

220 Neo Tiew Crescent
Singapore 718830
Tel: +65 6794 8368
Daily: 9am to 5pm
Nearest Station: Kranji

max koi farm


Are you a Koi hobbyist? Then you must make a special trip to Max Koi Farm, Singapore’s largest Koi farm. The specialty Koi farm takes pride in importing the best fishes from Japan’s dedicated breeders and you can appreciate these pedigree Kois when you are there at the farm. Besides these prized possessions, Max Koi Farm also sells an array of Koi food, medicine and other koi-related products.

251 Neo Tiew Cresent
Singapore 718835
Tel: +65 6862 6363
Daily: 9am to 6pm
Nearest Station: Kranji


The Animal Resort is a little farm where visitors can enter for free and feed the resident animals (prices vary for feeding). There are chickens, ducks, turtles, rabbits and also a horse. Educational Tours are only available to schools and/or groups. As its name suggests, The Animal Resort is also a “hotel” for pets when their owners have to go abroad.

81 Seletar West Farmway 5
Singapore 798061
Tel: +65 6338 7665
Daily: 10am to 6pm
Nearest Station: Yio Chu Kang

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