After lunch, we set off to Broga, reaching the rabbit farm at about 2.15pm. It was really hot by then but luckily, the whole park is rather well shaded with plenty of durian trees around. We went straight into the rabbit pen where rabbits and goats roam freely. Yiu Yiu had a good time petting the rabbits and goats, though she kept asking me how come there's no pink rabbits???
She then went on a pony ride, and though she wasn't afraid that I was not riding with her (instead I walked along with her), she kept saying that she's falling down :-) But after the first ride, she said she wanted to ride again…haha.
Next stop was the ponies enclosure but we could only pet the ponies from the outside. There were also cows, goats, sheep, monkeys and deers enclosures, and Yiu Yiu had fun feeding the goats. Yan Yan tried to touch the goats several times, but each time, she withdrew her hand when she almost touched their heads.
Here she's saying, "Don't bite my mei-mei ah" to the goat (LOL)
The girls then spent some time on the swings, and Yiu Yiu also attempted to cross the hanging bridge. It was just a simple wooden plank suspended within nettings but she was pretty scared at first as it swayed as she walked. But nonetheless, she braved herself and walked the entire length.
We left the rabbit farm and drove into Broga town, about 1km away for this:
The ABC from this stall (directly opposite the Broga police station) is reputedly quite good, as well as the pan mee. We had wanted to order a bowl to try, but it was sold out. The ABC though, lived up to its reputation. The other famous food in Broga is grilled freshwater fish, which we didn't try looking for.
On the way back, we stopped by the Ramadan bazaar in SS15 Subang Jaya, which is one of the largest Ramadan bazaar around. We had planned to tapau food for dinner but to our surprise, this year's offerings were not as good as previous years. The food didn’t look that appetizing so we ended up only buying some snacks.
On the way home, Yiu Yiu asked,
Yiu Yiu: Mummy, today is what day already ah?
Mummy: Merdeka day.
Yiu Yiu: Oh Merdeka. Later when we go home, we take out my flag and sing Negaraku, OK?
Whoa! Looks like my daughter is far more patriotic than me :-)