Tropical Village is a theme park attraction that hosts the replica of interesting structures all over the world. It is located at Ayer Hitam, Johor.
The theme park comprises of four sections the landmarks, the leisure corner, the playground and the agricultural enclosure.
The Landmarks Section hosts a garden filled with famous landmarks all over the world such as Eiffel Tower, Great Wall of China and many more. There are also a section for Malay Culture, Mini Malaysia and Mini World located here.
The Leisure Corner is dedicated to younger visitors with its attractions such as the Haunted House, the House of Mirrors and the Dinosaur Train.
The Playground offers attractions such as the Oriental Island, the Pet Corner and the Garden of the Shy Monkey.
The park also provides an accommodation available for rental rent if the visitors wish to stay overnight.
Image by: Tropical Village FB
Monday – Thursday: 10.00 am – 8.00 pm
Friday – Sunday: 10.00 am-10.00 pm
Adult: RM 12.00
Senior Citizen: RM 10.00
Child: RM 8.00
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TP is a big area to walk around and each part of this places is beautiful, the design and 7 wonders of the world is got here, no need to go further than this country coz everything is here*lol*. This place is amazing, nice and comfortable.
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