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Air Keroh Lake

This is another spot to note, especially for those who enjoy water sports. If you enjoy sailing or canoeing, boats and canoes are readily available for rental. Go fishing if you prefer some quiet and relaxing ... Read More


Melaka Wonderland

This place is quite good but sad it was small but fine for family members to get around closely. Also if possible to take slippers / flip-flops into park to make walking around a lot easier ... Read More


A’Famosa Golf Course

Structured by well-known Australian designer Ross C. Watson, A’Famosa Golf Resort is a golfer’s paradise set on beautifully sculptured greens. The scenic beauty of the course is a sight to behold, with deep valleys transformed into ... Read More


Malacca Zoo

This trip is worth to visit and enjoy the hose ride and see the animals. The best part of the zoo is the orangutans and baby elephants. Kids would love interacting with baby elephants and feed ... Read More


A’Famosa Water Theme Park

You must be very keen to try Water World after seeing lots of advertising for it. The kids will definitely love it at the A’ Famosa resort! The slides into the water are awesome. Grab your ... Read More


A’ Famosa Safari Wonderland

Walk into the land of enchanting animals; see the ferocious fangs of a tiger and touch docile rabbits, all in one place at A’ Famosa Safari Wonderland. Ride on horses, camels and elephants. ‘Walk –thru’ area is ... Read More


A’Famosa Cowboy Town

The Excitement and Charm of Old west come alive. The night has only just begun when you step into ‘Cowboy Town’ – a totally old western feeling will come alive at these moments. It’s time when ... Read More


Wildlife Theatre Melaka

Wildlife Theatre Melaka presents adorable sea lions, colorful soaring birds, fascinating reptiles and the mysterious tribes of tropical rainforest of Sarawak in a thrilling presentation of vibrant energy and spectacular display of dance, light, color and ... Read More


Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary

Sprawled over an 11 acre jungle site, the Malacca Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary was first opened to the public on the 1st February 1991. Within Malaysia, the sanctuary has now established itself as a major tourist ... Read More

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