Bukit Tinggi Horse Trails and Rabbit Park
Now some of you might already be bored with my Bukit Tinggi entries, but I promise this will be the last one alright?
So, besides the boring Japanese Village, two other not-so-attractive attractions in Berjaya Hills, Bukit Tinggi are the Horse Trails and the Rabbit Park.
Let’s start with the Horse Trails.
Obviously, it’s place where horses are kept. The entrance fee is RM2 per person.
You get to see horses.
Horse riding activity is available, but with a fee. It can be as cheap as RM25 for a 10 minutes ride, and up to RM650 for a picnic ride during peak-hours.
So if can’t afford that or you think it’s not worth the money, you can spend time with the horses.
And tie braids on their mane. Still boring.
Next, the Rabbit Park.
Obviously, again, it’s where the rabbits are kept. Entrance fee is RM3 per person.
After paying the entrance fee, you’ll be greeted by a huge wall with drawings of cute happy rabbits.
Make you look forward to seeing those cute happy rabbits right?
So you head over to the open rabbit area.
But you see…
Rabbits know no racism. Can human be like that as well?
While the rest are free to roam, this unfortunate rabbit is caged.
Touch also it doesn’t move. It feels fluffy!
Conclusion – the rabbits are lazy bunnies. They won’t move, unless they get chased by little kids.
Basically it’s totally a place for kids to see and chase cute rabbits. I, as a grown boy, don’t feel excited at all.
It would have been great if these bunnies are around…
Hot sexy Playboy Bunnies! Too bad it’s just an imagination.
So the place was really boring. While waiting for the shuttle bus, I had to entertain myself with a mini playground within the Rabbit Park.
Rabbit Park is boring! The see-saw is so much fun!
Rabbit Park is boring! The slide is so much exciting!
Rabbit Park is…
WTF IS THAT ON MY PHOTO! o.O