{singapore} kranji’s goats

November 1, 2015

In the past, when I’ve thought about Singapore, I’ve imagined a giant city that goes from one border to another. And while this is often true for city states, it’s also a reality that there are “more rural” areas in Singapore. In fact, the Kranji area is just that. There are beautiful farms and lots of green in Kranji and it’s a pretty cool adventure to get a chance to see some of it. This is part one of my three part Kranji adventure.

My first visit in the Kranji area was to a goat farm. It seems weird that there are even goats in Singapore, but this is a popular place! In fact, this goat farm used to be a pig farm, but with the expansion of Islam in Singapore, pig meat really fell out of favor so the farmers decided to switch over to goats, which they can also milk. Goat milk is popular and there are many families who order and get goats milk shipped to their homes every morning. There are even babies that are fed goats milk instead of cows milk. I just loved visiting this goat farm and even getting a taste of chocolate goats milk for the very first time!

Read more about our Singapore adventure here: little india’s hindu temples little india’s buddhist templesdomed mosquefancy raffles hotelgiant fountain of wealthmerlion? clarke quay • river-scapest. andrew’s vaulted ceilingfort canning parkquick chinatown touronward sentosa sentosa’s feels sentosa’s island lifesentosa’s fort silososouthern-most point

A Singapore’s Kranji photo adventure:








One Response to “{singapore} kranji’s goats”

  1. annalice said

    i tried goat cheese yesterday, didnt love it!

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