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Afamosa Resort
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A’Famosa Resort, Animal safari, cowboy town & waterpark

Hold tight, as you sit in the caged truck. The Safari Park adventure at A ‘Famosa is about to begin. This is the only safari park in Malaysia, where you can see wild animals like tigers, lions and sunbears close-up in the open as the truck stops right next to them. But before you get to meet the lions, you have to pass through the rough and bumpy Jungle Area and cross Crocodile River. Yes, there are really crocodiles in the water! The tigers, lions and sunbears roam in their own areas, and are prevented from escaping by electrified fencing.


Also in the Safari Park is the Herbivore Area, where Barbary sheep, deer, camels, zebras and ostriches roam freely in the open while the giraffes munch happily on fresh leaves from the trees. Again, the truck stops close to these animals for you to get a good look.


o         Animal World Safari: With more than 100 animal species, the 150-acre Animal World Safari promises great fun and excitement. Besides the Safari Park, there are fascinating and entertaining Multi-animal, Elephant and Bird shows. To add to the adventure, you can enjoy elephant, camel and pony rides, in the Walk-Through Area are Tanzanian flamingos, black and white swans, Australian Bennett wallabies, North American raccoons and the Malaysian black and white tapirs.


o         Dairy Farm: There is also a dairy farm with a herd of cows, and in the Farm House are fluffy chicks, kittens, puppies, ducks and chicken.


o         Monkey Island: On Monkey Island are brown lemurs, squirrel monkcvs, capuchins, white-handed gibbons and red-handed tamarins, and visitors can get to the island on a motor raft.


o         The Water World: This is another popular attraction which is rated as the largest water theme park in Malaysia. Set in a 20-acre landscaped area, the waterpark Features a Wave Pool, Lazy River tube ride, the very popular Family Raft Ride, High Speed Slides and Wild Waterslides with high-speed bends, loops and twists. Younger children have their own Tots Activity Pool with mini slides, water sprays and Aladdin’s Arabian Village.



And that’s not all. There is a range of sports and recreational activities including horse riding, kite flying, woodball, cycling, tennis, basketball, indoor games, fIshing, jungle trekking and golf in one of the top golf courses in Malaysia. Accommodation is available in the A’Famosa Resort Hotel, bungalows and the Condotel, and for getting around; the internal shuttle service is convenient.


Other attractions in A’Famosa includes


o         A’Famosa Resort Hotel

o         A’Famosa Gold Course

o         Cowboy Town, The Wild Wild West


Getting There

About 60 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur via the North South Expressway. Exit at Simpang Empat / Alor Gajah toll. From Johor Bahru and Singapore , it takes about 2 hours 30 minutes.


Address:   A’famosa Resort

Jalan Kemus, Simpang Empat, 78000 Alor Gajah, Melaka, Malaysia


Opening hours: Water World Mon to Fri - 11am to 7pm

  Sat, Sun, Public/School Holidays: 9am - 8pm

Animal World Safari Mon to Sun - 9am to 7pm

Cowboy town - Evenings


Admission:  Water World RM18 (adult) & RM13 (child)

Animal World Safari RM32 (adult) & RM25 (child).

Cowboy town Evenings RM2O (adult) & RM1O (child).
Activity charges may apply.


Facilities: Cafes, restaurants, souvenir shop, internal shuttle, car park.


Information:  Resort Tel: 606-552 0969

Fax: 606-552 0979

Kuala Lumpur Tel: 603-2163 7307

 Fax: 603-2162 4332

Malacca Tel: 606-552 0777

Singapore Tel: 65 6337 3938 

Fax: 65 6337 8959


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