One of the most amazing parks in Malaysia is the 359-hectare wide Recreational Forest Ayer Keroh in Malacca. It offers peace and relaxation, which is hard to come by in the very busy streets of Malacca, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, the capital city. Opened on April 17, 1984, the park boasts of its Prehistoric Garden, Storyland, Orang Asli Park, Deer Park and children’s playground that are sure to keep its guests entertained throughout the day and wanting to come back. It also has a suspension bridge, camping ground, watch towers, a jogging track, par course, forests, forest trails, camp areas and picnic areas that make up 10 hectares total. Two of the leading attractions are the watch towers and the camping ground.
From the watch towers, visitors get a spectacular view of the forest. Many of the trees are labeled so that visitors, especially young students, could clearly identify them. There are also many birds and insects to look for while on the tree houses. [Read more…]