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Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park    

  Exit Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450, Melaka, Melaka |   06-234 9989
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3.8   (1,216)


With replica homes from across the country’s 13 states and costume displays plus dance performances at weekends, the Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park showcases Malaysia’s cultural diversity. A wealth of traditional games and activities, from slingshots and blowpipes to spinning tops and cooking techniques, make it a great interactive choice with kids.

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What to Expect?

The park showcases the country’s 13 states represented with houses that actually look alike to the untrained eye (save for the Borneo house). However inside each abode is where the differences can be seen with life-sized wax dummies dressed in respective traditional costumes as well as local handicrafts.

At the Mini Malaysia Complex there is also a model of an Orang Asli village. Art and architecture enthusiasts will especially enjoy this park, and it provides a fun, educational outing for families.


- Explore 13 traditional homes, one for each state in Malaysia

- Enjoy interactive games and cultural performances, especially on weekends

- Great family choice, with kiddies park, swimming pool, and more

Exploring the park is a good way to spend an afternoon and entrance into both Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park is included in one ticket price.

A great place for families, kids can learn to play traditional Malay games such as congkak or even hone their skills on an Iban blowpipe at Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park; on the weekends there are cultural dance shows.
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 Address:   Exit Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450, Melaka, Melaka

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06-234 9989

Everyday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  Reviews 3.8   (1,216)
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    M. Anuar Nwa

    in the last week

    One of the best attractions in Melaka. But definitely pricey. Adult ticket is rm45. Unfortunately there were few attractions closed. Hope the can be revise for future

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    Nuzul Tahir

    2 weeks ago

    Overpriced for small place and not a lot to see. Some of the houses had been converted into ridiculous small closed IG picture place studios...half of the houses not even opened. So disappointed. Not worth the price you pay. Please don't waste your money here. I really missed the good old days Mini Malaysia Houses, where you can explore the traditional house and see the entire house with all traditional prop and even have worker make traditional kuih at the kitchen of some of the houses and some worker wear traditional costumes for sabah/sarawak house and do traditional activities with the visitor.

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    Syafiq Junaidi

    a month ago

    The price tickets for Malaysian is 51 for adults, but if you buy online it's around 45.
    The inside of the houses is much more advance and beautiful to see and take picture.
    They also held a cultural performance at 12 noon and 3pm. There is also a maze at the middle of the site.

    Just sadly during my time not all houses are available for visit.

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    Alan Ng

    a month ago

    Most things are closed. Treat it more like a museum than a theme park, but even then not worth the price, especially if you have to drive from the city itself. Avoid at all cost.

    Only good thing is the offbrand Universal Studio globe, which you can see for free outside. In fact just take my video, save your money and tell your friends that you also got ripped off.

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    arina sohod

    a month ago

    It was good to bring your children to explore more about history of Malaysian houses. It was a great to be here as there also restaurant that serves food for the tourist. Many information of Malaysian cultures and arts can be found here. Plenty of activities they provided. Just enjoy the weekend with your loved ones here. Definitely worth it.

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