The Jurong Frog Farm invites visitors to learn all about frogs and frog farming in an establishment that supplies American Bullfrog meat to many of Singapore’s local restaurants.
Explore the fascinating world of frog anatomy, its life cycle, the sounds they make, what they eat, and how they look like up close.
Jurong Frog Farm, Tour, Feeding, Price & Opening Hours, Singapore
The farm is now run by his daughter, Chelsea, affectionately known as the Frogologist. She is responsible for many of their efforts in changing the stereotypes of frog farming and also introduced Gabbe King, the farm mascot.
For some educational fun, booking one of their tour packages is recommended. There are seven tour packages available, with something that both kids and adults will enjoy. All of them provide an insightful look into the lives of the American Bullfrogs in exciting ways. At the same time, adults will be treated to a sampling of the Royal Hashima Dessert, made from dried fatty tissue near the frog’s fallopian tubes.
The farm also does office and home delivery of high-quality frog meat and other farm products; including fresh and frozen frog legs, whole and minced frog meat, crocodile meat, fish, seafood, venison, and sauces, among others.
All frogs are raised without hormones, steroids, and antibiotics, so you can be sure that you’re eating only the healthiest frog meat available. Feel free to ask the staff about delicious frog meat recipes, as this ingredient is known for its many health benefits; rich in calcium, phosphorus, and protein.
Kids can check out the fun frog merchandise at the Royal Frog Shops, which sells a vast array of souvenirs to take home as a reminder of the trip to the farm.
Jurong Frog Farm is located at 56 Lim Chu Kang Lane 6 in Singapore. Visits on Tuesdays through Fridays are restricted to appointments and tour reservations. The farm is open to the general public on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays from 9am to 5:30pm.