Melaka is a well-known tourist site due to its historic background and the fact that Melaka is a UNESCO heritage site. There are also many other interesting places to visit besides historic sites such as crocodile farm, botanical garden, butterfly and reptile sanctuary and many more.
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One of the most popular tourist attractions in Ayer Keroh, a suburb of Malacca just 10 minutes from the Ayer Keroh toll plaza. Malacca Crocodile Farm is filled with a variety of croc species. The farm is not just home to over 100 species of crocs but it also houses five different attractions in the surrounding 3.5ha park: Malaysia in Miniature, Aviary Bird Park, Reptile House, Mamalia House and Water Recreation Park.
Address: Pusat Pelancongan Ayer Keroh, Melaka
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 09:00 – 19:00
The Botanical Gardens – formerly known as the Hutan Rekreasi Ayer Keroh. A primeval tropical forest awaiting human discovery. Charm of nature, so that the tourists in the stroll to enjoy a real leisure. The trees are labeled to introduce visitors to Malaysia's rich flora and fauna, not only to make the journey more interesting, but also to make the tourists learn a lot from it. It's an ideal place for hiking, jogging, cycling.
Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary is a tourist attraction in Ayer Keroh, about 15km northeast of Malacca town. Also known as Taman Rama Rama, it is home to a collection of animals ranging from beautiful butterflies to snakes, lizards, crocodiles, koi fish and even a pair of gorgeous golden leopards. Opened in 1991, this well-maintained sanctuary is divided into five sections: the Koi River Valley, Butterfly Garden, Reptile Aviary, Wild Photo Lane and Nature’s Art Centre.
Address: Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450.
Opening Hours: 08:30 am – 17:30 pm everyday