A replica of the Melaka Sultanate’s Palace, located on the fringes of the St. Paul’s Hill, is a unique building which provides an insight into the Malay kingdom. It also houses the Melaka Cultural Museum which displays various souvenirs of the ancient kingdom.
The Ayer Keroh Recreational Forest offers a fresh and placid environment with various recreational facilities. This place houses a historic garden, a play area for ... More kids, jogging tracks, a deer park, towers and restaurants.
The Melaka Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary is an interesting place where visitors will find various beautiful butterflies in the aviary section. Different species of reptiles like snakes and scorpions as well as various insects can also be seen in this sanctuary.
Located in the region of the Malay Peninsula, it houses a population of about 700,000 inhabitants. The city is has developed into a commercial and economic centre, yet it has retained its pleasant charm.
Melaka enjoys a tropical climate. The temperature is warm and humid throughout the year, although it gets cooler in the evenings. The annual precipitation is spread across the year with irregular showers.
Despite being a small state, Melaka has grown rapidly in the past few years with manufacturing and tourism as the main economic sectors.
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