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Book in advance to secure entry to the Aquaria KLCC aquarium, a fun and educational day out for families and aquatic life fans. Pet live starfish and bamboo shark at the touch pool; watch sand tiger sharks, turtles, and rays swim overhead as you pass through the 295-foot (90-meter) tunnel tank; and discover almost 150 species of marine life from around the world.
Set amongst rocky limestone outcrops, Langkawi’s mangrove forest is home to otters, dolphins, and eagles. During this small boat tour, which grants you access to places larger boats can't reach, you'll get the best view possible of this unique tidal ecosystem and increase your chances of spotting wildlife with a guide who explains how the flora and fauna have adapted to thrive in an ever-changing environment.
Secure your admission ticket to the Alive 3D Art Gallery in Port Dickson by booking your entrance pass in advance—a time-saving option that means you avoid having to wait in line on the day. An ideal choice for families, this gallery features more than 30 pieces of 3D art, with which you can interact and take photographs.
Guarantee your entry to one of Kuala Lumpur’s most family-friendly attractions by booking your admission ticket to the KL Tower Mini Zoo in advance. Rather than waiting in line on the day, you’ll head straight inside to admire meerkats, bat-eared foxes, and the world’s smallest species of horse.
Discover Malaysia’s thriving marine life at the Aquaria Kuala Lumpur City Center, just a 10-minute walk away from the famous Petronas Twin Towers. With over 5,000 exhibits of underwater and land creatures to choose from, the vast aquarium offers a day of exciting activities for everyone. Journey through the 90-meter transparent underwater tunnel where hundreds of fishes, sharks, stingrays, and more surround you from everywhere you look. Witness the sea animals in their natural habitat and get the chance to interact with starfish and sea cucumbers at the Gene Pool. Don’t miss out on the signature feeding shows scheduled throughout the day, where professional staff members will tell you all about the feeding habits of the hungry sea creatures. Between immersive coral exhibits and thrilling nocturnal adventures, Aquaria KLCC will surely leave you with a newfound appreciation of life under the sea.
• Visit Malaysia's National Zoo spread over 110 acres and home to over 450 species
• Watch the animals kept in exhibits and landscape mimicking their natural habitat
• See more than 5,000 specimen of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish
• Pay a visit to Malaysia's famous adorable giant pandas Xing Xing and Liang Liang
• Complete the experience with a visit to a show featuring trained lions, macaws and more
Secure entry to Kuala Lumpur Bird Park—even at busy times—by booking tickets in advance. Sprawling over an impressive 29 acres (21 hectares), the series of aviaries are home to over 3,000 birds from around 200 different species—many of which fly free. Kids will love the education station, with egg incubators and baby chicks, the twice-daily bird show, and the feeding sessions.
Home to an adorable family of giant pandas, Malaysia National Zoo (Zoo Negara) is one of Kuala Lumpur’s top wildlife attractions, but fiddly to reach on public transport. Save 1.5 hours or more in transit when you prebook this convenient package, with 2-way private transfers from Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, or Damansara. Besides the pandas, enjoy the chance to hand-feed Javan deer and see Malaysian species including orangutans and sunbears.
Kids and adults alike will be amazed by the weird and wonderful displays at Ripley's Believe It or Not! From dinosaurs to zombies, you'll get the chance to learn about a variety of scientific—and not so scientific!—oddities. Simplify your trip by getting your tickets ahead of time, so you can just turn up and get on with exploring the attractions.
Discover a world of butterflies, insects, and tropical plants with tickets to Entopia, where hands-on exhibits help bring the natural world to life. You’ll find more than 15,000 butterflies and a wonderland of waterfalls, caves, and ponds, as well as a two-story learning center devoted to invertebrates—everything that wiggles, crawls, and slithers. Pre-booking your Entopia admission tickets ensures a hassle-free visit, so you can walk right in upon arrival.
Hit pause on your vacation in the bustling metropolis and discover Malaysia’s vibrant winged creatures at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. Three-thousand uncaged birds roam the park freely, which is modeled to mirror their natural environments. Perfect for families and solo travelers alike, the wildlife park is the perfect place to pass the afternoon. Complimentary transportation from your hotel takes you to the park at the time of your choosing.
Unleash your children—or your inner child—in the tropical Bukit Gambang Waterpark Resort. Book tickets in advance to ensure access to attractions like the wave pool, the 6-Lane Racer, the Crystal Slide—and Penguin Island, which is perfect for younger children. Upgrade to include door-to-door round-trip transfers as well as tickets.
Trace the history of Penang from 1592 to the 21st-century in an engaging environment at Penang Time Tunnel. Fun for restless kids, active backpackers, and history buffs alike, the museum offers an immersive look at the city’s storied past. Make your way through 11 exhibits, each presenting historical documents, life-sized sculptures, and well-preserved artifacts. Be sure to have your camera ready for the interactive dioramas.
Enjoy a fun-filled and family-friendly day out by purchasing your admission ticket to Langkawi Wildlife Park — winner of numerous tourism awards — in advance. Inside the park, you’ll see species such as pythons, flamingos, macaws, raccoons, and hog deer living in habitats similar to their natural environments. In the aviary, you’ll see more than 20 avian species including budgerigars and parakeets.
Learn about Malaysian farming, wildlife, and farm animals at Farm in the City, a family-friendly petting zoo in Seri Kembangan, just 16 miles (26 km.) from central Kuala Lumpur. Since the zoo is modeled on a traditional Malaysian village, this is the perfect place to learn about local culture and food, while visiting a range of animal habitats and enclosures. Pre-booking tickets to Farm in the City ensures a hassle-free experience and a fun city escape for all ages.
Discover a different side of Malaysia with a glimpse of life under the waves at the Aquaria Kuala Lumpur City Center, a short walk from the famed Petronas Towers. Voted one of the top five aquariums in Asia by TripAdvisor, Aquaria KLCC features a huge, 150-foot (90m) long, transparent underwater walkway, allowing you an up-close look at the myriad fish, sharks, and sea-turtles on show here.
Melaka Bird Park, hailed as the first open aviary bird park in Malacca, is built on a 1.8 hectare site at the Botanical Garden in Ayer Keroh, Malacca. 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.
Visit the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Center on this educational full day tour. Learn about the orangutan rescue via a short documentary, then walk through the rainforest to view these intelligent mammals on a feeding platform. Then it’s on to the sun bear rescue center to learn more about the plight of the world’s smallest species of bear.
Secure tickets in advance for Ipoh’s Lost World of Tambun, perhaps Malaysia’s ultimate family adventure park. Besides natural attractions such as hot springs and jungle, there’s a water park, a theme park, and a zoo. Float along the 2165-foot (660-meter) Adventure River, thrill to the Lupe’s Adventure rollercoaster, or pet cuddly rabbits at Rabbit Wonderland. Upgrade to include door-to-door round-trip private transfers.
Get up close to Malaysia’s native Orangutans, then take a walk on the wild side on this 6.5-hour tour of the Kubah National Park from Kuching, including lunch. Start with a visit to the Matang Wildlife Center, where you’ll also have chance to spot sun bears, bear cats, porcupines and crocodiles, and learn more about the center’s preservation and rehabilitation efforts. Next, enjoy a short hike through the lush rainforest of the Kubah National Park, stopping to admire jungle waterfalls, rare orchids and colorful birds along the way.
From traditional Malaysian musical forms such as potehi puppets and bangsawan opera through to the arrival of western music in the 1940s, the story of music in Penang is fascinating. Discover it when you prebook tickets to Penang House of Music. After your guided tour is done, get hands-on with musical instruments, enjoy interactive features such as the Virtual Reality room, or simply listen to tunes.
Experience the enchantment of 3D and get some great vacation photos in the process with a visit to the Malacca Illusion 3D Art Museum. These admission tickets will grant you access to the museum and its 38 pieces of 3D art. While there, don't miss a stop at the Inde Appshaker's Augmented Reality 3D video animation for an immersive experience in 3D.
Explore Ayer Keroh’s popular Malacca Crocodile Farm with this admission ticket. Bring the whole family and see an American alligator, a spectacled caiman, a pale Indian marsh mugger, and dozens of other reptiles housed man-made swamps. Take a photo with a baby crocodile, feed rabbits, coati mundi, and other animals, and check out the Aviary Bird Park, the Reptile House, Mamalia House, and other attractions.
For short or long term visitors in Melaka this is perfect opportunity to visit the best Attractions in Ayer Keroh Melaka city. On tour we will take you to of most important attractions of Melaka Botanical Garden, Muzium Orang Asli (Museum of Aborigines), World's Bee Museum, Crocodile Farm and Melaka Bird Park.
During Lunch time we will bring you for have an Baba Nyonya Lunch.