We drove to Neo Tiew Crescent, along which the farm is located, but there is a shuttle from Kranji MRT station which costs only a dollar, and makes stops at the various vegetable, fish and animal farms in the area, including the Jurong Frog Farm.
Past the reservoir and we were in Kranji countryside!
The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is also located in the area. We went there twice, but the swarms of mosquitoes prevented us from completing the trail on both occasions, especially since the boy has rare AB blood. Lol.
The entrance to the farm.
This seemed to be the only aeroponics system that was for public viewing.
That aside, I was quickly attracted to the fruits and vegetables for sale. The papaya is organically grown but for the other vegetables, it wasn't stated. Prices are considered cheap for organic, expensive otherwise.
The next distraction was one of the resident cats. I felt a little sorry for them as they came up to me and I saw a swarm of tiny insects hovering around their bums, but that's life on a farm I guess.
Two beautiful rabbits were being kept in a cage. Their droppings fell onto a plastic sheet, and I wondered if it was being collected and used as fertilizer for the crops.
Climbing, trailing vegetables, gourds, peas.
Spring onions and chinese chives.
A beautiful sacrecrow guarding the crops, more likely for display purposes.
I think those are dragonfruit plants climbing up the stakes. It kind of reminds me of a cemetary.
On a brighter note, there are adeniums and sunflowers too!
As the crops are seasonal, at times there might be nothing much to see. A half hour would probably be sufficient for a tour around the place, purchase some of the vegetables, and have a bottle of their specially made aloe vera drink.