Dining with exotic pets

Such as the vibrant corn snake, lounge on the table amid the hum of casual dining.

IN the heart of Bandar Sunway, Selangor, a unique animal cafe is challenging the conventional notion of a pet-friendly retreat.

Beyond the traditional allure of soft, purring felines and joyful barks of playful canines lies an encounter with a cool touch of scales and quiet reptilian grace.

At Fangs by Dekori, visitors enter a world where cold-blooded creatures share sweet moments with those daring enough to venture beyond the norm.

Here, a variety of reptiles, amphibians and arachnids, ranging from snakes and lizards to frogs and even a tarantula, lumber around in aquariums, providing patrons with the opportunity to observe these creatures up close.

Part of the appeal is being able to interact with the reptiles, or relishing dessert while enjoying their company at the table.

Brave enough, interact with them.— photos: aZlina aBdUllaH/The starBrave enough, interact with them.— photos: aZlina aBdUllaH/The star

The cafe prides itself on educating patrons about reptiles, often perceived as less affectionate than traditional pets.

However, its success can be seen in moments where customers, from the curious to the cautious, learn to appreciate these extraordinary creatures.

By handling the reptiles under supervision, it serves to demystify these animals and showcase their intriguing characteristics.

Not limited to just cold-blooded creatures, the cafe also houses a few small mammals like hedgehogs, contributing to the diverse array of animals coexisting within a biophilically designed space.

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