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Malacca Crocodile Park (Taman Buaya & Rekreasi Melaka)
Malacca Crocodile Park (Taman Buaya & Rekreasi Melaka)

Malacca Crocodile Park (Taman Buaya & Rekreasi Melaka)

Lebuh Ayer Keroh, Ayer Keroh, Melaka, 75450

The Basics

Buy an entry-level package to visit the water playground, animal encounters, and crocodile viewing. Upgrade to feed rabbits, birds, koi fish, and/or crocodiles. Don't miss the animal shows or cultural performances. For ease, combine a Malacca Crocodile Park tour with other attractions in the Ayer Keroh area, such as the Melaka Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary, Melaka Bird Park, Zoo Melaka, Mini Malaysia and ASEAN Cultural Park, or Melaka Botanical Garden.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Malacca Crocodile Park is a good choice for children or adults who love animals.

  • Bring swimwear so children can make the most of the swimming pool and water play.

  • The park spans nine acres (3.5 hectares). Wear comfortable shoes.

  • Children get discounted entry into the park.

  • Taman Buaya & Rekreasi Melaka is not wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The Malacca Crocodile Park sits among other tourist attractions in Ayer Keroh, a town in Melaka state, a little north of Melaka city. It’s about an 8-mile (13-kilometer) drive from the Stadthuys. Public transport is time-consuming, so it's easiest to self-drive, hire a driver, or join a tour. Most visitors come from Melaka, but some also travel from Kuala Lumpur.

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When to Get There

The Malacca Crocodile Park is open from morning until early evening, seven days a week. To watch performances, which include snake shows, cultural displays, and crocodile feeding, visit on the weekend or over school vacations. While the park is quieter on weekdays, some attractions may not be open.

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Reptiles at Malacca Crocodile Park

Besides the crocodiles that give the park its name, the Malacca Crocodile Park is home to a wealth of other reptiles. There is an enormous American alligator, caiman (a separate species, related to the alligator), and marsh mugger crocodiles from India—as well as an array of snakes and lizards in the Reptile House.

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