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$51.50 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Melaka Zoo & Bird Park Tour with Lunch

8.30am meet and greet our friendly English Speaking Driver at the hotel lobby and proceed for your tour and You will be picked-up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and take a tour through the Melaka City.Melaka Bird ParkMelaka Bird Park, hailed as the first open aviary bird park in Malacca, is built on a 1.8 hectare site at the Botanical Garden in Ayer Keroh, Malacca. It has the largest aviary in Malaysia and will be the only bird park to house such a large collection of Malaysian bird species. With nearly 700 bird species calling the lands and waterways of Malaysia home, the bird park aims to protect every species and educate the public by hosting a number of educational and recreational programmes.The exterior of Melaka Bird Park is impressive: it resembles a downscaled stadium with plenty of greenery and a massive model of a parrot perched on a welcome sign. A pond and mini river (with a few fish swimming inside) is also built with wooden bridges leading to the entrance.Melaka ZooMelaka Zoo is the second largest in Malaysia. Located 13km outside Malacca city in Ayer Keroh, it has over 1,200 animals of 200 different species. The zoo’s highlight is the night-viewing safari when visitors are driven around in a tram to see lit-up exhibits of nocturnal wildlife up and about. Established in 1963, Melaka Zoo is spread out across 54 acres and is managed by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The complex is home to a variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians including the Malayan gaur, serow and Malayan tiger.During Lunch time we will bring you for have an Baba Nyonya Lunch.Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavors, but also has a flavor that is distinctly unique.End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.

$71 Tours & Sightseeing

Melaka Full Day Tour Including 4 Admission Tickets With Lunch

9.30 am meet and greet our friendly English Speaking Driver at the hotel lobby and proceed for your tour and You will be picked-up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and take a tour through the Melaka City. Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park: Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park is a cultural park where impressive replicas of traditional Malaysian and ASEAN homes can be seen. Similar to the Karyaneka Handicraft Centre in KL, each house contains furnishings, fixtures and works of art depicting the culture of each state or country. Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary: Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary is a tourist attraction in Ayer Keroh. 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. The well-maintained sanctuary was opened in 1991 and is divided into five sections: the Koi River Valley, Butterfly Garden, Reptile Aviary, Wild Photo Lane and Nature’s Art Centre. Melaka Zoo: Melaka Zoo is the second largest in Malaysia. Located 13km outside Malacca city in Ayer Keroh, it has over 1,200 animals of 200 different species. The zoo’s highlight is the night-viewing safari when visitors are driven around in a tram to see lit-up exhibits of nocturnal wildlife up and about. Established in 1963, Melaka Zoo is spread out across 54 acres and is managed by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The complex is home to a variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians including the Malayan gaur, serow and Malayan tiger. Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre: Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre, aka Melaka Planetarium, is a learning centre dedicated to the exciting world of astronomy and science. Opened in 2009, the planetarium is right beside the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), approximately 20 minutes from the Ayer Keroh toll plaza. The three-storey, Islamic-inspired complex houses multiple exhibition areas together with a cafeteria, a library and also Malaysia’s largest dome theatre for periodical movie screenings. During Lunch time we will bring you for have an Baba Nyonya Lunch. (Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavors, but also has a flavor that is distinctly unique). End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.

$78 Cultural & Theme Tours

Melaka 5 Most Exciting Attractions Tour With Baba Nyonya Lunch

9.30am meet and greet our friendly English Speaking Driver at the hotel lobby and proceed for your tour and You will be picked-up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and take a tour through the Melaka City.Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary: Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary is a tourist attraction in Ayer Keroh. 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. The well-maintained sanctuary was opened in 1991 and is divided into five sections: the Koi River Valley, Butterfly Garden, Reptile Aviary, Wild Photo Lane and Nature’s Art Centre.Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park: Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park is a cultural park where impressive replicas of traditional Malaysian and ASEAN homes can be seen. Similar to the Karyaneka Handicraft Centre in KL, each house contains furnishings, fixtures and works of art depicting the culture of each state or country.Melaka Zoo: Melaka Zoo is the second largest in Malaysia. Located 13km outside Malacca city in Ayer Keroh, it has over 1,200 animals of 200 different species. The zoo’s highlight is the night-viewing safari when visitors are driven around in a tram to see lit-up exhibits of nocturnal wildlife up and about. Melaka Zoo is spread out across 54 acres and is managed by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The complex is home to a variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians including the Malayan gaur, serow and Malayan tiger.Crocodile Farm: First opened in 1987, the farm has some pretty cool species of crocodiles and alligators, ranging from an enormous American alligator, a stripy-looking spectacled caiman and pale Indian marsh mugger crocodiles. The crocodiles are all housed in manmade, swamp-like conditions similar to their natural habitat. Be sure to grab a picture during the photo taking sessions with baby crocodiles.Melaka Bird Park: Melaka Bird Park, hailed as the first open aviary bird park in Malacca, is built on a 1.8 hectare site at the Botanical Garden in Ayer Keroh, Malacca. It has the largest aviary in Malaysia and will be the only bird park to house such a large collection of Malaysian bird species. With nearly 700 bird species calling the lands and waterways of Malaysia home, the bird park aims to protect every species and educate the public by hosting a number of educational and recreational programmes.During Lunch time we will bring you for have an Baba Nyonya Lunch. (Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavors, but also has a flavor that is distinctly unique).End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.

$57 Day Trips & Excursions

Melaka Full Day Garden Museum & Park Tour with Lunch

9.30am meet and greet our friendly English Speaking Driver at the hotel lobby and proceed for your tour and You will be picked-up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and take a tour through the Melaka City.Melaka Botanical Gardens: Was established in 2006 and is encircled by a forest that contains over 300 species of fauna and flora. The cheesy yet cute thing about this park is the collection of giant stone carvings of prehistoric animals – that were indigenous to this area – scattered all around the park. The 92.5 hectare Melaka Arboretum is divided into sections such as the Forestry Gallery, Dinosaur Park and Canopy Walk. Lush and tranquil.Muzium Orang Asli (Museum of Aborigines): The Orang Asli museum or The Aborigines Museum is located at Jalan Air Keroh,Melaka next to the Crocodile's Farm. It is opened to the public on the 3th February 1997. It is one of the museums controlled by the Melaka Museums Corporation (PERZIM). Generally, this museum exhibits various collections from the local aborigines. Brilliantly, the lifestyle and cultural activities of the local aborigines presented in dioramas.World's Bee Museum: This museum was established since 1988 and until today we are having about more than 50000 visitors monthly. There are showcases of approximately two hundred and fifty type specimens of bee hives and hornet nests. One of the highlight of the museum is the spectacular bee man show.Crocodile Farm: First opened in 1987, the farm has some pretty cool species of crocodiles and alligators, ranging from an enormous American alligator, a stripy-looking spectacled caiman and pale Indian marsh mugger crocodiles. The crocodiles are all housed in manmade, swamp-like conditions similar to their natural habitat. Be sure to grab a picture during the photo taking sessions with baby crocodiles, and catch the hair-raising action of the feeding sessions on weekends at 11:00.Melaka Bird Park: Melaka Bird Park, hailed as the first open aviary bird park in Malacca, is built on a 1.8 hectare site at the Botanical Garden in Ayer Keroh, Malacca. It has the largest aviary in Malaysia and will be the only bird park to house such a large collection of Malaysian bird species. With nearly 700 bird species calling the lands and waterways of Malaysia home, the bird park aims to protect every species and educate the public by hosting a number of educational and recreational programmes.During Lunch time we will bring you for have an Baba Nyonya Lunch. (Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavors, but also has a flavor that is distinctly unique).End of the tour return to your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle.

$6.50 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park Admission Tickets

Inside each abode is where the differences can be seen with life-sized wax dummies dressed in respective traditional costumes as well as local handicrafts. At the Mini Malaysia Complex there is also a model of an Orang Asli village. Exploring the park is a good way to spend an afternoon and entrance into both Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park is included in one ticket price. A great place for families, kids can learn to play traditional Malay games such as congkak or even hone their skills on an Iban blowpipe at Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park; on the weekends there are cultural dance shows. MINI MALAYSIA & ASEAN Cultural Park covers an area of 32 acre.# Located in Ayer Keroh, Melaka.#There are 13 traditional houses in total, each representing a state in Malaysia.# This unique cultural park display different cultural elements which showcase the lifestyle of the local people.# The houses were built in accordance to the exact life size and design by master builders and decorated with original interior.# MINI MALAYSIA & ASEAN Cultural Park is a ‘”programmed park” (and not a theme park) because each day a distinct set of programs and activities entertain the guest.# The park appearance changes throughout the seasons and festive programs. Tang Lung (lantern) decorated the park for Chinese New Year, Pelita are brought in and decorated for Hari Raya Aidilfitri.# MINI MALAYSIA & ASEAN Cultural Park‘s large Open –Air Stage is called the Tun Teja Stage. Since Mini Malaysia’s beginning, the stage has presented the finest artist. The stage has been the centre of Mini Malaysia’s holiday festivals programmed.# Dedicated dancer, musicians can show their skills on stage. Guest invited to perform Joget lambak together on the stage.What’s New in 2018?MINI MALAYSIA & ASEAN CULTURAL PARK is a must visit destination here in Melaka. As we embark on a new journey in 2013, there will be new interesting discovery and attractions such as the Kampung Experience Stay, Souvenir shop, Traditional Games (Congkak, Top, Sumpit, Slingshots, Batu Seremban), Traditional Activities Traditional Activities (Grated coconut, Peeled Coconut), Cultural Performance (Weekdays – 11.00 AM and 2.30 PM , Weekends/Public Holidays – 11.00 AM, 2.30 PM and 4.00 PM), Kiddie Park for children, Swimming Pool and many more wonders awaits you.

$6.50 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Melaka Bird Park Admission Tickets

The exterior of Melaka Bird Park is impressive: it resembles a downscaled stadium with plenty of greenery and a massive model of a parrot perched on a welcome sign. A pond and mini river (with a few fish swimming inside) is also built with wooden bridges leading to the entrance. Entering the massive aviary, visitors are greeted with a beautiful view of the inhabitants of Melaka Bird Park. The cascading waters from an artificial waterfall provide a calming environment while the high walkways are set up for visitors to walk around where the birds are flying and perching in the trees. At a height of 12 metres and with a length of 108 metres, the skywalk is accessible via stairs or elevator. For visitors who get the occasional vertigo, a few feathered friends can be seen on the ground floor, namely colourful mandarin ducks and a few swans swimming in the miniature river. The Melaka Bird Park also houses a number of birds from other regions such as South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. Aside from the free flying birds, giant aviary and canopy walk, Melaka Bird Park also offer beautiful and natural surroundings of the Ayer Keroh forest. The spacious boardwalk and cascading waterways in the park makes for a relaxing and tranquil activity with family and friends. If you are an aspiring photographer, the Melaka Bird Park provides beautiful views filled with colourful birds and lush greenery.