Friday, September 21, 2012

Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary - Part 1 (Bird Aviary)


From Philea resort I walked and arrived at this sanctuary - beautifully landscaped and occupying a jungle site of more than 11 acres in Malacca. Home to a huge variety of animals, from insects to reptiles, and birds to mammals, I paid RM18.00 for the entrance fee including RM3.00 for camera. While I didn't expect to see so many people, I then realise it is a Saturday, also school holidays have started, and when I walked inside, I wasn't sure where to begin and which direction it should be. To be on the safe side, I followed the crowd. Before I knew, I was at the bird aviary which houses a number of birds - happy chirping of the love-birds to the more exotic white peacocks, horn bills, owl, peafowls, parrots etc etc. Leisurely I walked around, took pictures and read whatever I could from the signboards on the cages. And now let me share with you the pictures I took between the countless, whereas will tell you more on this sanctuary in the next post. Stay tune yea.   











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10 comments:

  1. Nava, how many days were u in Malacca? Seems you've visited more places than I do :)

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  2. Wow!Those are very colorful love birds.

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  3. Such exotic and stunning birds my friend, what a wonderful sanctuary :D
    I bet you had so much fun! That peacock is especially gorgeous!

    Cheers
    CCU

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  4. I would have loved to have been able to see those beautiful birds. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Gorgeous photos...I especially enjoyed the love birds and the peacocks :)

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  6. Is that a cakadu in between. My husband saw a wild one the other, at least they thought it was one. I wish I could meet all those gorgeous bird in the nature. I d be happily clicking snaps. =)
    Thank you for the lil tour. ;)

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  7. Always driven past the place but not entered it. Now I know I must make an effort to check it out since love birds and butterflies:D

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  8. WHOA! Those are some super blue peacocks! Loving these birds :) I used to volunteer at a parrot sanctuary here before it lost funding. Bird are so lovely, aren't they?

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  9. Wow.. the birds are so gorgeous. I love the white peacock. My dad used to have one just like it.

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  10. Beautiful birds!! I need to visit Malacca soon :)

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