Melaka Bird Park
The Melaka bird park is the first open aviari park in Melaka. It is also the largest bird park in Asia. The bird park is located in Ayer Keroh and is a home to 700 local and foreign bird species.
The birds can fly freely here.The visitors also might get the opportunity to play with the birds and feed them.
The park has 4 aviary towers for those who want to observe the birds on the high ground. The disabled friendly facilities such as lift and ramp are also provided. The park is also equipped with facilities like souvenir shop, toilet, prayer room and children’s playground.
Image by: Melaka Bird Park FB
Daily : 9.00 A.M – 6.00 P.M
Adult: RM 17.80
Children: RM 11.85
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The birds here are really tame and accustomed to humans. If you buy some bird food the lory and parrots will literally eat from the palm of your hand as well as perch on your shoulders and head. Kids will certainly enjoy this place.
At first it didn’t look like much cause the reception and ticketing area appeared rather gloomy. But when you have entered the spacious park, you’ll be surprised especially by the size and how bright the place is. There are birds flying around. They even came to eat from your hand, seat on your head and shoulders.
The History and Ethnography Museum is located in the colonial Stadthuys building. The museum is divided into two floors. The first level exhibits the history of Malacca and the second level is dedicated to the ethnographic section.
The Orang Utan House was opened in 1992. It is a private studio and art gallery that belongs to a local artist named Charles Cham. This gallery features the painters’ drawings and also sells souvenir items such as T-shirts.