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Malacca Crocodile & ​​Recreational Park    

  Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450, Ayer Keroh, Melaka |   06-231 9136
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3.9   (1,928)

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Family friendly and filled with a variety of croc species, the farm is not just home to over 100 species of crocs – it also houses five different attractions in the surrounding 3.5ha park: Malaysia in Miniature, Aviary Bird Park, Reptile House, Mamalia House and Water Recreation Park.

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What to Expect?

Spreading over 3.5 hectares, Melaka Crocodile Park is an ideal place for a family outing. There are 9 ponds and over 100 crocodiles to explore, including the largest species of snakes and crocodiles which are the Reticulated python and Salt water crocodile. Enjoy various performances throughout the day such as snake show, crocodile feeding and silat show. Young kids can also have a fun time at the water playground. Swing by with your family and friends for a day of exploration.

Visitors can expect to see over 100 crocodils from 4 different species as you explore the farm's different facilities and take in the stunning sight of the trainers interacting with the massive crocodiles.

Other than that, it is also a home to other animals such as emus, tortoises, deers, reptiles, racoons, and many more. You will also get to visit a Miniature Malaysia where you'll see smaller replicas of Malaysia's iconic buildings. There's even a waterpark where you can escape from the city heat. It's the perfect place for quality family time!

Crocodile Farm

The farm has some pretty cool species of crocodiles and alligators, ranging from an enormous American alligator, a stripy-looking spectacled caiman and pale Indian marsh mugger crocodiles. Featuring incredible live shows every weekend and school holidays at 11:30 and 14:30, the crocodiles are all housed in manmade, swamp-like conditions similar to their natural habitat. Be sure to grab a picture during the photo taking sessions with baby crocodiles, and catch the hair-raising action of the feeding sessions on weekends at 11:00.

Miniature Park
One of Malacca Crocodile Farm’s non-crocodile related attractions is Malaysia in Miniature: a landscaped park with lots of greenery and replicas of 13 famous KL attractions. Here, you will see popular landmarks such as Malacca’s A Famosa and Kuala Lumpur’s Parliament Building, but they have to share the limelight with the ‘PETRONAS Twin Towers’!

Water Recreation Park
Fancy a bit of a splash under the sun? Then grab your bathing suit and head to the 6,000sqft Water Recreation Park. The latest addition to the Malacca Crocodile Farm, it is pretty popular no matter what age you are: there are mushroom-shaped water curtains for toddlers, a man-made waterfall for teens and a super cool slide and water jet tunnel.

Entrance to the Water Recreation Park requires an extra fee of RM5, but it is well worth the price you pay to cool down after exploring Ayer Keroh.



- See over 100 species of crocodiles waiting for you to explore in Melaka Crocodile Park!

- Meet small and cuter animals as well like rabbits, ducks, geese, and more!

- Be entertained by traditional dances and martial arts performances held on weekends

- Enjoy a refreshing dip in the waterpark, the perfect antidote to a hot day!

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 Address:   Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450, Ayer Keroh, Melaka

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06-231 9136

Everyday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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  Reviews 3.9   (1,928)
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    Intan Syafira Rostam

    2 weeks ago

    evening sun might be "disturbing" if you are not keen with the sun. advised to get here by morning, since this place are quite hot and you might get sweaty.

    as for the park itself, we manage to see feeding session. i was told there was two feeding session each day (morning, evening (3pm). we arrived around 3:00pm and manage to catch feeding session with their crocs.

    if you are bringing your children, do make sure bring extra clothes since they had a huge pools with water slide. the pool are included in the ticket price, do make sure to use it to utmost.

    not sure why, but not many crocs are present and we manage to catch "sick" crocs in their ward. they got reptiles, amphibian, bird sanctuary, deers, hamsters and rabbits as well.

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    Lance Wong

    5 months ago

    Very small park. Not many crocodile as I was expecting. Almost all varieties of the crocodile looks a bit smillar. Lucky I brought from Klook, slightly cheaper. Not worth visiting unless you haven't seen crocodile close up in your life time. Bring along your umbrella too avoid hot sun. If given choice , better to visit Melaka Zoo.

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    ani mahadi

    6 months ago

    A nice place to visit with family & friends. We went on weekdays and not so many people here. The entrance fees is RM16 for adult, my son is 2 years old and its free of charge. You will not only see the crocodiles but also deer, rabbit, chicken, ducks, turtles, birds, snakes and racoon. You can buy food for the animals in a vending machine at the entrance. It cost you RM10/pack. You also can feed the turtles for free. At the lowest part of this park, you can find a pool to swim. Make sure wearing your sunscreen, bring your umbrella and water cause its hot.

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    Meryem Kuzu

    6 months ago

    The place was nice to visit (especially for me, someone who has never seen a crocodile) however for the entrance fees (especially as a foreigner) I expected a bit more?

    You can buy the tickets at the entrance and directly go inside.

    All in all its okay and it took me around 30 minutes to go around, including taking pictures.

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    Kven Lim

    in the last week

    Very Nice place to explore during weekend.
    Cheap and No hidden charges at all.
    Politeness and friendliness 5⭐️
    Especially the entrance checker Pak Cik and 2 photo booth ladies.
    Keep it up...

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