Malacca Crocodile Farm (Taman Buaya Malacca), Melaka State

(1/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
The Malacca Crocodile Farm is a crocodile farm in Ayer Keroh, Malacca, Malaysia. The farm is the largest crocodile farm in Malaysia.HistoryThe farm was established in July 1987 with a cost of MYR650,000.GeographyThe farm expands over an area of 3.5 hectares of reserved forest land.ArchitectureThe farm entrance gate was built like a mini fort with a flight of steps leading inside.Attractions Crocodile farm Water park Malaysia miniature Reptile corner Haunted houseShowsThe farm features live crocodile shows every weekends or public and school holidays.Opening timeThe farm opens everyday from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
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  • Ups: 1. Rabbits - free entrance but need to pay RM5 for 2 packs of rabbit food (pellets) 2. Bunnies 3. Hares 4. Many crocs 5. Some birds Downs: 1. Fairly steep price for its quality 2. I was expecting...  more »
  • we missed the crocodile show but lucky enough to experience feeding show. Daughters love the rabbits as they can cuddle and feed the bunnies. The dinosaur ride needs a lot of improvements. There's a n...  more »
  • Don't ever visit the crocodile farm it's rubbish the animals are staving for food and it's a shame there's no gigantic crocodile bigger than 3 meters being an old crocodile farm. The entrance fee rm$2...  more »