After waiting in line to enter the Farm and passing the shop and corridor, visitors can see deer snoozing, wandering, and sunbathing on the grass. Visitors can also buy Napier grass and grains in advance to interact with and feed the deer. Before leaving the Farm, visitors can wash any deer excrement off the soles of their shoes in the shoe washing area.
To ensure a good trip, visitors are recommended to make reservations in advance online or by telephone and arrive at the Farm at the designated time. The Farm opens 13 visiting sessions every day with a maximum of 30 tourists in the interaction area. Without a reservation, visitors will have to wait in line. Before entering the interaction area, staff will give them the instructions for interaction. Staff will walk around to observe the conditions at all times. Those failing to obey the regulations and follow the advice will be asked to leave the Farm. All the regulations are based on the welfare of the deer.