Featuring 60,000 square feet (5,600 m2) in two levels with a 90-metre (300 ft) underwater tunnel, Aquaria KLCC houses over 250 different species and over 5,000 land and aquatic animals from Malaysia and around the world. Interactive information kiosks on fish and turtle conservation.
The National Zoo (Malay: Zoo Negara) is a zoo in Malaysia located on 110 acres of land in Ulu Klang, Gombak District, Selangor, Malaysia.
Zoo Negara is home to 5137 animals of 476 different species. Over the years, the zoo has transformed itself to an open concept zoo with over 90% of its animals kept in spacious exhibits with landscape befitting its nature.
Imagine nature’s largest classroom and discovery hub, where butterflies and insects are free to come out and play. Within Entopia lies two worlds; The Natureland living outdoor gardens and The Cocoon indoor discovery centre. Over 150 species of fauna and more than 200 species of flora are being showcased throughout Entopia’s entire exhibition.
A petting urban farm, serving as a weekend getaway spot for kids, young adults and families. You can enjoy the nature views as well as petting the animals in the park, from rabbits, to goats, goose, camel, horses, to deers.
One of the largest marine and freshwater aquaria in South East Asia. The 34,701 square foot oceanarium greets visitors with a gigantic 15-meter long walk-through tunnel consisting of 500,000 liter seawater that houses many big fishes and sea creatures.
Established since 1988, the 5-acre park sits on the mainland portion of Penang State, has a collection of more than 300 species of birds from all over the world, of which more than 150 species are of Malaysian Species.
Get a glimpse of an underwater world at Aquarium of Fisheries Research Institute (FRI), featuring 25 tanks housing different forms of marine life. Observe a range of species that include lionfish, boxfish, moray eels, stonefish, and stingrays.
Bring your kids to see, feed, and ride a horse too at this beautiful stable in the countryside of Penang. Experience riding horse and feel closer to the friendly horses and feed them with hay in your hands.
There are more than 1,000 crocodiles being raised in this Crocodile Farm. Established in the year of 1979, this place exhibits the reptiles and educates visitors about their biology, breeds, habitat, behaviors and conservative efforts.
Taman Teruntum is a recreational park and mini zoo at Kuantan, located opposite Royal Pahang Golf Club at the right exit before Teluk Cempedak. The recreational park zone is a landscaped garden with playground and family activities, such as pony-riding and a petting zoo.
This truly unique Elephant Orphanage of Kuala Gandah will give you a very rare opportunity to learn about these displaced gentle giants, and also the chance to ride them through the jungle, with the help of an elephant guide, or mahout.
Encompassing a 10-acre plot of forest in the Krau Forest Reserve of Pahang, Deerland Park is home to some 30 Indonesian deer (Cervus timorences), as well as a couple other species of deer, sun bears, monkeys, snakes, peacocks and ostriches.
Raju Hill is one of the well known strawberry farms in the area. Entrance is for free and visitors can get a free tour of the strawberry field and the actual processing plant, which is one of the most remarkable sights of Pahang.
Kea Farm is an agricultural district in Cameron Highlands. Open daily, traders set up retail stalls from morning till evening - a great place for families and visitors to experience farm market and seize bargains on fresh crops including strawberries, corn, greens and fruits.
More of a retail nursery, Cactus Point is one of the best places you can go to see how Cactus is grown and perhaps take home with you. As the name implies, you will be able to find everything you need to know about cactus under one roof.