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If you expect lots of rabbits running around here and there in the green grass and you can cuddle them, you’re wrong. Be ready to get disappointed. Yes, there are some rabbits, packed in the small cages. The rest are giant-gypsum rabbits that make the...More
I went there and I think this place is one of instagrammable places. You have to pay for the entrance ofc. But, you also have to pay (again) if you want to enter several room inside this place. That made me sad because only me...More
This place enjoy high attention because of its similarities with ice cream museum etc. Despite of this and the fact that the name is kinda misleading since there is only a few live rabbits and couples of rabbit statue, there are still a lot of...More
If you like take pictures, this venue is for you, full of colorful designed spot for taking pictures, from sticker room, pink ice cream, Rainbow stairs and love lights. They also have lots of cafe and stands which provide drinks, coffee, snack and food for...More
The place is definitely not for the elderly or handicapped people as there are lots of stairs as the various rooms are all on different levels.
The themes are made to give you a background for your selfies and they have a few animals that...More
The place was good for family with young children. For adult it was good for took photos and cullinary..the entering ticket was fair enough..but not for the ice cream world in there..that was a bit expensive just to take photos in that spot..
Still under development although development does not affect visitors and existing facilities. Children can feed rabbits and birds but get there early before the rabbits aren't hungry anymore. A good place to have children's events. Lots of places inside to explore including places for children...More
My daughter wanted to come to this place because she loves rabbit a lot. You have to pay IDR25,000 to enter the area and additonal IDR 5,000 for the card you can use later in the food court or attractions. Of course you have to...More
I visited Rabbit Town on 14th April 2018 with my elderly mother, my sister and her family, including 2 children each age 7 and 11 years. When we arrived at 11 AM, the parking space was already fully occupied, so my brother-in-law had to park...More