Ever wondered where and how Cimory milk was made? Here in Cimory Dairyland & Resto, you can find out how Cimory was made and buy other Cimory products. My grandma, aunt, mum, sister and I along with my aunt’s friend’s family spend a half-day trip here. (This trip was back in December 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic)
At the start, we went into a small museum which explains and shows how Cimory milk and yoghurt drinks are made and how they started. There are many flavours of Cimory products and can be purchased in many shops in Indonesia.
We interact with lots of animals in the Cimory Dairyland. We met cows, sheep, rabbits, camels and donkeys! Most of them were friendly yet wild. I saw lots of children were excited yet scared to meet these animals.
My sister and I love feeding the rabbits. They are so small and adorable! But they are easily scared and tend to hide in their shelters or go and hide in the bushes.
Here is a short video of us feeding the camel with carrots.
The most memorable and funniest interaction was when I went into the sheep pen to feed them with a bunch of carrots. They were very hungry until one sheep jumped on me and I almost fell hahah…
The best part of visiting Cimory Dairyland is that you will receive a complimentary yoghurt drink and vanilla ice cream.
If you are hungry after your visit, you can stop for food at Cimory Resto. My sister and I tried the banana milk with taro jelly and strawberry milk with strawberry jelly that are freshly produced by Cimory.
Overall, it was a great and educational trip and would recommend visiting this place if you are a big fan of Cimory products.
A family photo at the Cimory Dairyland entrance!