Melaka Botanical Garden
The Melaka Botanical Garden is in Ayer Keroh. It is where Melaka Skytrex is located. Besides Melaka Skytrex, the garden also hosts Malacca Forestry Museum and Book Village Malaysia.
The garden was first opened in 1984 as Ayer Keroh Recreational Forest. However, it was reestablished as the Malacca Botanical Garden in 2006.
The garden spans over 359 hectares. There are Orang Asli Park, Deer Park, Prehistoric Garden and the Storyland. The garden is also equipped with the facilities such as children’s playground, suspension bridge, watch towers, picnic spots and camping spots.
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Tuesday – Friday: 9.00 a.m – 17.00 p.m
Weekend: 9.00 a.m – 18.00 p.m
There is no entrance fee.
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Malacca Botanical Garden is an absolute treat for the eyes, the body and the mind. The garden reminds one of Jurassic Park since due to the lots of life-like statuaries of dinosaurs, which kids will adore. Walk around the long hanging bridge over the lake for a much better view of the place. If all the checking out and walking makes you famished drop into the Coffee shop Botanikal, found inside the yard itself, for a fast bite.
Free yourself from the the hustle and bustle of the city with a visit to Melaka Botanical Garden. The lush greenery is part forest reserve and part recreational park. Rent an electric buggy or a bicycle to get around the massive garden. Even better, walk or jog on the paved trails. The highlight of the day is a congratulatory sign to mark a certain mile in your walk. Yay for mother nature!
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