Saturday, December 20, 2008

Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary

Butterfly Aviary
Opened to the public on 1 February 1991, the Sanctuary is now home to more than 30 species of butterflies. Its insect museum has a collection of more than 400 insect specimens

Reptile Aviary

The park now exhibits the biggest collection of reptiles, including crocodiles, alligators, tortoises, lizards, iguana, monitor lizards and more than 20 different species snakes in the whole of malaysia.

Bird Aviary
The Sanctuary also houses a good number of common and exotic birds. The happy chirping of the lovebirds, the more exotic white peacocks, hornbills, owls, peafowls and parrots, are indeed sights to behold too.

Other Attractions
The other attractions of the park includes the common marmoset-a small monkey of 8-inches in size, white-handed gibbons, black giant squirrels, bearcat, tapir, emu, ostrich, cassowary and others.

Where is this park located?

Open daily : 8.30am-5.30pm

Adult - Rm 5

children-Rm 3


megat said...

our blog very beautiful and more info ,make me excited. Congratulation!!.I come again

June June said...

i love butterflies.....i had been there last time...happy blogging!!!

TNH said...

it really seem like an interesting place..the red face bird,never see before..

Predlone said...

Wow! You went to the Sanctuary?
Haha, looks so fun!
And yup, Korean is really HARD.
Sounds weird sometimes.
I really need to get a cd or stg,

Anthea said...

yeah got ppl buy oh. it;s persian cat, furry and lazy type of cat whihc u'' only keep it at home sleeping and lazying around as when it grows up, it;s quite big maybe due to her over-growing fur.

confessions of a medical student said...

how come my melacca friends never bring me here before?? i've seen the A Famosa fort countless times, i think i am getting sick of it... and i never knew this place existed!!
i must remember to visit this place the next time i am in melacca..
*mental note*

Xie Bin said...

i love blogs filled with photos too! hi5! :D