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Bintan Eco Farm

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| Bintan Resorts, Lagoi, Bintan Regency, Riau Islands Province, Indonesia
+62 822-8525-8535
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Under construction with lot to improve

Visited the place last month . Not much exhibits to see at the moment since its still under... read more

Reviewed May 4, 2018
Prasanga84
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Kandy, Sri Lanka
Expectations of learning about an 'eco farm' disappointing. Focus on animals and some birds looked sick.

Took our kids thinking we'd get a tour of an eco-farm with a few 'rescued' animals as well but it... read more

Reviewed April 11, 2018
jengrego
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Singapore, Singapore
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| Bintan Resorts, Lagoi, Bintan Regency, Riau Islands Province, Indonesia
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"definitely recommend a visit"
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"fruit trees"
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"rojak"
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"rescued animals"
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"safari"
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"uban"
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"orang"
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"gibbons"
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"utan"
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"cows"
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"farming"
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"vegetables"
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

Visited the place last month . Not much exhibits to see at the moment since its still under construction. They have an entrance fee but not sure how much because it was included in our tour package. According to what I heard from the guide,...More

Thank Prasanga84
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Reviewed 11 April 2018

Took our kids thinking we'd get a tour of an eco-farm with a few 'rescued' animals as well but it was just all about the animals and by the end it looks like they are now collecting birds and animals, not just rescuing them. Most...More

Thank jengrego
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Reviewed 28 March 2018

Place is very HUGE but with little things to see!! Will have a guide that speaks English who bring us around the area and only introduce the types of animal they have. Looking at the animal looks very lonely as it's like in a pair...More

Thank House J
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

This place is so very wide, 17 hectare eco -farm nestled amongst rolling hills. Here I saw fruit and vegetables and herbs.I walk amongst rows upon rows of dragon fruit, pineapple and vegetable patches as ducks and other ground fowl clear a path ahead. Our...More

Thank Jike H
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

Went there last week with couple of group and family. The area is quite large with some farms and animals. My favorite is the elephants. There are 2 elephants there and they are friendly with visitor. There are also komodos, monkeys, eagles. They also grow...More

Thank Akut Wibowo T
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Reviewed 8 February 2018

I thought that will be a trip to visit some "wild" life. Instead, it is a kind of zoo area, with animals locked in a very small places... very sad!!! Yes, the place is clean, well maintained but... not my taste to see locked animals...

Thank OmnisMares-T101
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

Small but nice farm. Starting up and growing with good caretaking of the animals. You can see a komodo dragon!

Thank Andrea N
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Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

I don't like visiting zoos or safaris which I find artificial. I kept asking myself why I had wasted my time at the Eco Farm instead of trekking. My kids, however, seemed to have some fun trying to locate the 'exotic' animals in the enclosures....More

Thank Chuabacca
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Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

The staff and workers at the Eco farm have good intentions and the crops grown are testament to the great variety of fruits and vegetables which grow in Bintan. However, the conditions in which the animals are kept are, at best, inadequate, and at worst,...More

2  Thank Jennifer M
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Reviewed 22 June 2017

Good number of different animals to keep the kids interested . We saw rabbits, bears, turtles after turtles, fed the fishes, monkeys, orang utan, fed the goats, fed the cows, fed the elephants, deers, crocodile Had a paddy field, growing many sorts of vegetable growing...More

1  Thank kajua69
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