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A. “Melaka Zoo & Bird Park Tour with Lunch” oleh iTours & Travels

Melaka Bird Park
  • The exterior of Melaka Bird Park is impressive: it resembles a downscaled stadium with plenty of greenery and a massive model of a parrot perched on a welcome sign. A pond and mini river (with a few fish swimming inside) is also built with wooden bridges leading to the entrance.
  • Melaka Zoo
  • The complex is home to a variety of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians including the Malayan gaur, serow and Malayan tiger.
  • Lunch
  • Baba Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavours, but also has a flavour that is distinctly unique.

  • B. “Melaka City Tour & Taming Sari Tower With Lunch” oleh iTours & Travels

    Menara Taming Sari
  • Is a 110-metre-high tower in the centre of Melaka with a revolving viewing platform providing visitors with a panoramic 360-degree view of the city. From the top you can get a good view of the surrounding area including the reclaimed Pulau Melaka and out to sea.
  • Upside Down House Melaka
  • Is a unique exhibition space within Melaka City; Upside Down House Melaka is a relatively new addition to its list of family-friendly attractions. Set within a two-storey shophouse, the gallery is divided into a living room, kitchen, playroom, master bedroom, and bathroom, all of which are fitted with air-conditioning, the Upside Down House Gallery is a fun place where you all the furniture and decors are placed upside down.
  • Chinatown
  • Lovely architecture, gorgeous lighting and brilliant weekend night market make this area so special. You will find products from all over the world being sold here, not just Melaka or nearby areas. It’s a shopping haven.
  • Independence Memorial
  • Malacca Proclamation of Independence Memorial displays records and photographs on the early history of the Malay Sultanate. The memorial houses an extensive timeline covering the country’s journey to independence and the development of modern Malaysia.
  • Jonker Street
  • The best part of Jonker Street is the night market on Fridays and Saturdays that sells everything from tasty treats to cheap keepsakes.
  • Queen Victoria’s Fountain
  • This fountain is still functioning well and is probably the only functioning colonial water fountains in Malaysia. Queen Victoria surpassed George III as the longest reigning monarch in the history of England and Scotland history.
  • Red Square (Dutch Square)
  • What you will like about Red Square it is the atmosphere like a carnival square where you find many tourists and locals like those from other states of Malaysia, tourists other than Singapore like China, Taiwan and etc.

  • C. “Melaka Full Day Garden, Museum & Park Tour with Lunch” oleh iTours & Travels

    Melaka Botanical Gardens
  • The cheesy yet cute thing about this park is the collection of giant stone carvings of prehistoric animals – that were indigenous to this area – scattered all around the park. The 92.5 hectare Melaka Arboretum is divided into sections such as the Forestry Gallery, Dinosaur Park and Canopy Walk. Lush and tranquil
  • Muzium Orang Asli (Museum of Aborigines)
  • Generally, this museum exhibits various collections from the local aborigines. Brilliantly, the lifestyle and cultural activities of the local aborigines presented in dioramas.
  • World's Bee Museum
  • There are showcases of approximately two hundred and fifty type specimens of bee hives and hornet nests. One of the highlight of the museum is the spectacular bee man show.
  • Melaka Bird Park
  • It has the largest aviary in Malaysia and will be the only bird park to house such a large collection of Malaysian bird species. With nearly 700 bird species calling the lands and waterways of Malaysia home, the bird park aims to protect every species and educate the public by hosting a number of educational and recreational programmes.
  • Lunch
  • Baba Nyonya food is a mixture of Chinese and Malay flavours, but also has a flavour that is distinctly unique.
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