If the visitors go to Melaka with a family, Melaka Zoo is the perfect place to visit. The zoo is Malaysia’s second largest and houses more than 1200 animals from 215 different species.
The main attractions of the Zoo are the Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Asian Elephants. Both species are almost facing extinction. Other species that might attract visitors are wild horses, Malayan tigers and so on.
The atmosphere inside the zoo is cozy. There are various types of plants planted around the zoo to create a real tropical rain forest environment. It also operates day and night. The trams are also available for as low as RM 6.00 per ride.
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Daily: 8.30 a.m – 5.30 p.m
Friday, Saturday, Public Holiday & School Holiday: 8.00 p.m – 11.00 p.m
Adult: RM 16.90
Children: RM 6.75
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If you love nature, you’d like the natural surroundings, which are pretty part natural tropical vegetation, supposedly to give a simulated forest habitat ambiance for the animals and visitors too…
Besides these amazing animals, the zoo also boasts of a rich, healthy and cool green atmosphere throughout the entire park with its rich collection of exotic and rare plants. The thick foliage is an attempt to mimic the rainforest so that the animals would feel a sense of the wild. Also, the greens could help cool the place on very hot days.
Thanks to Melaka Zoo for having us there. It is indeed a memorable experience for me and my siblings to be near to the animals that we love so much. We had learned different types of animals from local and overseas here at Melaka Zoo. The most enjoyable moment is when I could feed and cuddle so many cute rabbits roaming at the small area.
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The Melaka zoo is Malaysia’s second largest and houses more than 1200 animals from 215 different species. The main attractions of the Zoo are the Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Asian Elephants. Both species are almost facing extinction.