Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm

Posted: 19th Dec 2022
Welcome to the largest crocodile farm in the peninsular of Malaysia – Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm!


Established in the 1950s, it was only to the public in late 1990s. This is a huge 10-acre farm with hundreds (if not thousands) of crocodiles. This business has been passed down several generations and is currently managed by the granddaughter of its original founder. Its staff seemed to be “family” and they aren’t too caught up in the optics of being a grand world-class attraction. Instead, there is cosy feel to this attraction despite its weathered-down facilities.

Main Highlights

🐊 Crocodile swamp: A big “lake” at the centre of the farm that houses hundreds of crocodiles – it’s the stuff of nightmares if we were to drop into it. But from afar, it lets us observe how these magnificent creatures interact with one another in its “natural habitat”
🚼 Baby crocodiles: Upon entering the farm, we were introduced to many fun facts about crocodiles and safety guidelines by the staff. We were also allowed to touch and hold the baby crocodiles! 
🐔 Crocodile feeding: Their friendly staff will accompany you (when you purchase chickens for the feeding) and we learnt that the chicken meat smells bad because crocodiles prefer their meat rotten! That didn’t put off our little Beans from wanting to throw the chickens themselves!
☂️ Shelter all around: Don’t worry about wet weather! The farm has a sheltered walkway all around and it keeps you dry (in fact, it was drizzling on our visit and our little Beans absolutely loved the place!)

  • Sengat Seafood Restaurant: One of the most frequented and popular seafood restaurant is the Sengat Seafood Restaurant – we had awesome seafood there, from chili crabs to butter lobsters to cereal prawns!

Photo Reel

Bean there, done that

Bean there, done that


About the Place

Address: Lot 1289 & 1290, Jalan Sembilan, Kampung Belading, Teluk Sengat, 81940 Kota Tinggi, Johor

Opening Hours: Daily, 9:00am to 6:00pm

How to Book ?

Just turn up! Prices are RM4 for kids and RM8 for adults – with an option to purchase chickens for feeding for RM20.

There are also several options to hire a private transport around Johor/Desaru and they throw in bundled purchases with tickets to these attractions. You may contact us for more info! 

How to get there?

This is only 30 min away from Desaru and if headed in from Woodlands, it takes a little more than an hour as we need to head north towards Kota Tinggi, before west towards Desaru. 


This information is accurate as of date of posting. If you know of any updates, do shout out to us (click here) and we’ll update accordingly!

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