Sunday, September 30, 2012

Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary - Part 2


As I have already mentioned Part 1(Bird Aviary), Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary sanctuary is located within a walking distance from Philea Resort and 15km north-east from Malacca town. I on the other hand never knew that this sanctuary existed, honestly I didn't, and I must thank the staff of Philea Resort, otherwise I would have gone back home next day without exploring it. Now, let me continue with telling you more on what else is the sight to behold here. As you walk in, assumingly you will see the bird sanctuary first in this mini zoo, which is the home to a collection of animals, ranging from the stunning colourful butterflies to snakes, lizards, crocodiles, koi fish and golden leopards. Apparently, Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary is also a secondary jungle and landscaped park. Thus, I bet you will be immersed within this beautiful nature surrounding where you can easily spend a couple of hours. Definitely worth visiting and it is safe even if you come over alone. 






















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  4. That is stunning my friend, what an incredible reserve - and to walk among them must have been fascinating!

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  5. Butterflies are such interesting and gorgeous creatures. From their leaf eating, to the ugly cocoon and then its pretty colours...amazing!

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  6. I have not visit the butterfly in Malacca..
    looks there are lots of butterfly

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