Located within the many tourist attractions of Ayer Keroh Melaka, the park is only 5 minutes drive after the exit toll of PLUS highway, along the Jalan Ayer Keroh towards the city centre of Melaka.
The third park of the Skytrex Adventure, it houses some signature challenges such as the first Skybike in Malaysia, the UFO, the Tarzan Bungee Swing and many more.
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.
Melaka Zoo is one of Malaysia’s largest zoos, located just north of Malacca, and home to over 1,200 animals.This prepaid admission ticket offers full access to the park, including the zoo keeper talks, feeding sessions, and the live bird show. Once inside, spend as long as you like exploring the park and spotting animals including Malayan tiger, Sumatran rhinoceros, Asian elephants, red panda, Mongolian wild horse, and squirrel monkey.
The Melaka Bird Park is a bird park in Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Malaysia. With a total area of 1.8 hectares, it is the largest bird park in Asia. The Melaka Bird Park, which was launched in March 2013, currently has about thirty species of birds from Asia, South America, Africa and Australia.
Zoo Melaka, established since 1963 under the care of Melaka state government has recently been privatized in the early 2013 under the new name Melaka Zoo. To make Melaka Zoo a place for education and recreation with high quality, services and entertainment for tourists.
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.
Learn about Malaysia’s indigenous culture and watch elephants feed and bathe at an elephant sanctuary with a full-day trip from Kuala Lumpur. Visit a local village to get a glimpse of everyday life for Malaysians, then continue to the sanctuary to meet the elephants. Watch the creatures being fed and bathed, and learn how the sanctuary protects the elephant population.
NOTE: In monsoon season some or all elephant activities may be cancelled if the river is above a safe level.