First opened in 1987, the farm has some pretty cool species of crocodiles and alligators, ranging from an enormous American alligator, a stripy-looking spectacled caiman and pale Indian marsh mugger crocodiles. Featuring incredible live shows every weekend and school holidays at 11:30 and 14:30pm, the crocodiles are all housed in manmade, swamp-like conditions similar to their natural habitat. Be sure to grab a picture during the photo taking sessions with baby crocodiles, and catch the hair-raising action of the feeding sessions on weekends at 11:00.Theres also five different attractions in the surrounding 3.5ha park, Malaysia in Miniature, Aviary Bird Park, Reptile House, Mamalia House and Water Recreation Park.
Taman Buaya & Rekreasi (Melaka) is now offering a lot more activities for our esteemed visitors. As you enter the park, you will be greeted by a panoramic view of Malaysia in Miniature where 14 historic monuments in Malaysia was build to educate young generation of patriotism. Besides, you could get a lot of health information at our Herbs Garden which we have up to 50 types of traditional herb plants. You can also visit our other attractions such as Reptile House, Mammal House, Walkthrough Aviary and Goose Corner. Other than typical crocs watching activities, visitors are now can have an unforgettable experience by our Fun Feeding Activities where you can feed our Rabbit, Coati Mundi, Goose, Turkey Chicken, African Guineafowl, Birds, Ducks and bottlefeed our Koi Fish !! This excitement will be guided by our professional animal trainers. As for the kids, our Water Playground Theme Park is the best place for them to having fun and get wet. Within the park, here is also other attraction i.e. Haunted House, Dinosaur Train, Petting Zoo, Amazing Crocodile Interactive Show, Magic Show, Melodrama Hang Tuah & Hang Jebat and
Cultural Dance Performance (available on every weekend, school holiday and public holiday at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 3.30pm). As for the facilities, we are providing gazebo around the park for visitors taking a rest, a surau and restroom, snack kiosk and many more facilities to further provide complete service in hospitality.