A Famosa Resort
Named after the famous 16th century Portuguese fortification of Melaka, the Resort is surrounded by rolling hills and scenic view. Spanning a 520-hectare site, A’Famosa Resort is a one stop venue for business and leisure. It boasts a 27-holes international Golf Course, Water World, Animal World Safari, Cowboy Town, Sports & Recreations club, Microlight Flying Club, Resort Hotel, Condotel and Villas with swimming pool. At A’Famosa Resort, there is something for everyone, be it golf, horse riding, animal watching or just sheer relaxation
Gadek Hot Spring
Gadek Hot Spring is located in Kampung Ganun, in the district of Alor Gajah, approximately 30km from the Melaka town. It is easier to travel to Gadek Hot Spring by car as it is located in the rural area, slightly out of town.
There is no written evidence on its formation and existence. However, it was believed that the local villagers discovered the hot spring in the forest after watching some English soldiers settled around the spring. The area surrounding the hot spring was first developed in 1980s and improved from time to time into a popular tourist attraction.
Melaka Crocodile Farm
Taman Buaya & Rekreasi Melaka Sdn Bhd (Melaka Crocodile Park), a sprawling 3.5 hectare park, housed on reserved forest land has been in operation since July 1987. Melaka Crocodile Park has about 4 species of crocodiles and 1 species of alligator from around the world are kept in an atmosphere that is almost equal to their habitat.
Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini ASEAN
The Taman Mini Malaysia cultural park is located a few kilometres outside of Melaka, near the town of Ayer Keroh. If you have an interest in traditional architecture and ways of life, this is a great place to go exploring. Each of the homes represents the architectural style of the 13 states in Malaysia and is furnished with various items, arts and crafts which depict the culture of each state.
Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre
Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre, aka Melaka Planetarium, is a learning centre dedicated to the exciting world of astronomy and science. Opened in 2009, the planetarium is right beside the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), approximately 20 minutes from the Ayer Keroh toll plaza. The three-storey, Islamic-inspired complex houses multiple exhibition areas together with a cafeteria, a library and also Malaysia’s largest dome theatre for periodical movie screenings.