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3.8   (499)


Part of the Sungai Udang Forest Reserve reserve, the 335-hectare recreational forest is rich in diverse flora and fauna and is suitable for outdoor recreational activities such as bird watching, camping and cross-country trails. The fun atmosphere of the jungle is also suitable for leisure activities and picnics with the family.

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Tags: Jungle Trekking Cycling Picnic Camping

What to Expect?

The establishment of Sungai Udang Recreational Forest which was inspired by Y.A.B. Chief Minister of Malacca himself, was officially inaugurated on June 26, 2005. The Sungai Udang Reservoir where the recreation forest was also gazetted in 1987 as a Permanent Reserved Forest with a total area of less than 200 hectares.

The forest s a relatively new park open for the public's relaxation. Around the main entrance, there is an administrative centre, food stalls, parking lots, playgrounds and other facilities.

Certain fishing spots have been marked along the river and there are trails deeper into the jungle for trekking or camping in the forest at night.

The forest reserve is bordered by the main road connecting Sungai Udang to Masjid Tanah to the west, 96 Depot Pangkalan Bullet (DPP), Land Mosque Camp to the north, palm oil and rubber plantations in the east and RELA Training Center Southern Region to its south.

Reserved Forest this lowland dipterocarp forest and a rich variety of flora and fauna. Generally Sungai Udang Forest are a natural state except 80 acres bordering the army camps have been logged and are now being replanted with forest species. With its strategic location of these forests is very suitable for leisure or recreation area for the local community as well as foreign tourists, particularly in the area of 20 hectares in compartment 4 are still logged Natural Forest.

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Look Around


 Address:   76300, Sungai Udang, Melaka

Visit Website

Everyday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM



Complete playground facilities for the kids

Cycling Tracks

Comes with bicycle lanes for some family cycling fun

Jogging Track

Jogging track for parents too

  Reviews 3.8   (499)
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    5 months ago

    A good running/walking public recreational park.

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    Sharkzy _25

    9 months ago

    The best nature place...keep peace in Islamic styles ?

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    a month ago

    Not suitable for bikes. Wear pair of good shoes as the concrete pavement is quite slippery. Arnd 1-1.3 km per loop. Slopes along the way. Very shady trail.

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    Moochi D

    a year ago

    It's small compared to the Ayer Keroh hutan rekreasi . One loop is about 3k steps or around 1.5km . Even though it's small , it gives good cardio workout ! And you can walk a few loops to get the best out of your workout ! The path is small and cemented/tarred all the way round . It leads you on quite a steep uphill and downhill path a few times . Very quiet ,no monkeys sighted , lots of birds chirping . There was nobody there when I went ,so for me , I think it's best to go with company . There's no toilet facilities on site . The nearest is nx to the hawker stalls near the hutan car park . There's a camping ground with toilets but I saw that the gate was locked .

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    Tony Teoh

    8 months ago

    a good jogging or cycling track with well concrete road, from starting it's a very steep uphill, the wheel even spin w the lowest gear, need a vy strong leg to ride up, after that vy steep scary down hill, make sure u brake like a ABS or u will skip to the dirt & kiss the tree : )

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