Malaysia - Malacca Nature Activities
Gadek Hot Spring
in the District of Alor Gajah, the Gadek Hot Spring is approximately
30 km away from Malacca.
It is popular as a refreshing natural spa among visitors
seeking therapeutic cures for skin diseases and other ailments.
Handicraft shops and playgrounds are available to provide
additional attractions for visitors. It is an ideal spot for
a family outing.
farm is the largest in the country. Over 200 Crocodile species
are reared here, including Albinos and hunchbacks.
The 'Farm' was carefully landscaped to create an environment
similar to the reptiles' natural habitat. Every weekend, there
are performances by the crocodiles and their trainers.
There is also a honeybee rearing area, a playground and fair
ground rides located within the premises.
amazing natural attraction is one of the world's most comprehensive
butterfly and insect farms with well over 200 local species
including the rare Raja Brooke and Birdwing.
There is also a collection of more than 400 insect specimens.
There are over 90 separate sites of these huge stones which
are mostly found in Alor Gajah and on the road to Tampin.
They form part of a large cluster which spreads into Negeri
Sembilan and have been in existence for thousands of years.
Very little is known about the civilisation that assembled
these stones or what they symbolise.
There is local folklore connected to the stones and some
stones are revered. In some places, the locals say that the
Malacca Reptile Park
This park occupies about three hectares and is home to more
than 1,000 snakes, including those that are poisonous and
indigenous to Malaysia. There is also the rare yellow cobra
and a white snake. Other attractions include a rabbit garden,
a tortoise pond, a Japanese carp pond and a snake pond.