Segari Turtle Sanctualy is a turtle nursery and hatching center, that also serves as a visitor information center that educates the public on the conservation and protection of sea turtle. The Hatching Centre releases between 2,500 and 3,500 turtle hatchlings annually into the sea since 1990.
Also known as Agarwood Sanctuary, the Tea Valley is Malaysia's first and largest organic plantation of Gaharu/Agarwood. Visitors can take a breather walking in the lush greens , feeding tortoises and fish, while snapping those Instagram worthy images at all their scenic sites.
A 35-acre island nestled within the idyllic setting of Bukit Merah Laketown Resort. The center serves as both rehabilitation and Conservation centres, as well as visitor gallery to educate public about Orangutan.
Refarm is a 26-acres recreational farm, located in Kampar, Perak. The farm offers various leisure activities - from visiting a zoo, jungle trekking, net fishing, pedal boating, swimming, to just laying back and relax on a hammock.
Surround yourself with the stunning beauty of Malaysia's unique flora and fauna with a visit to Langkawi Wildlife Park, the first fully-covered wildlife park in Asia. With its lush vegetation and more than 150 different animal species inside, this is a must-visit for all animal lovers and nature buffs!
If you love fruits and eco tourism, then this is a perfect place for you. Spread over some 35 hectares of land area, the agro park is a vast stretching fruit farm with a sweeping view of the catchment area of Gunung Raya Reserve forests.
See over 1,000 different crocodiles as you explore the farm's different facilities and take in the stunning sight of the trainers interacting with the massive crocodiles. It is home to one of the earth's largest living crocodile species - a monstrous 4.68 meters Crocodile.
Enjoy a guided tour around the 100 hectare of land in Desaru Fruit Farm and learn about the different kinds of tropical fruits that call Malaysia home. Desaru Fruit Farm boasts over a 100 varieties of tropical fruits and plant species on their land.
A popular 20-acre ostrich farm in Port Dickson. Despite its name, there are also other animals at the farm such as horses, turkeys, monkeys, crocodiles, and reptiles. It offer other activities such as ATV ride, paint balling, archery and sky running.
Nestled in Bangsar town, Kebun-Kebun is an urban community vegetable farm spanning 2.5 acres. The farm sits on a sloppy hill that offers views of KL’s skyline, and it is home to sprouting vegetables and flowers, and living animals that make up for a family-friendly visit.
A more popular nursery complex among the crowded farms in Cameron Highlands, this farm offers a while range of interesting plants and produces at affordable wholesale prices, with restaurants that offers meals, fresh pastries and desserts to visitors.
G2G Animal Garden is the second petting zoo in the outskirt of Seri Kembangan district. This is a family-friendly petting zoo, and thereby an ideal destination for animal lovers, families, and those who wish to experience the joys of animal therapy!