Water Parks • Farms
Admission tickets from RM 29.60
What travellers are saying
- This place is worthwhile visiting! There were many types of reptiles, butterflies, birds such as emu and parrots. They have the 2nd and 3rd largest tortoise species there as well. Be prepared to walk to see them. Be mindful not to scare them not make any loud noises as these can really be upsetting for them. I wish the caretakers there would advise the visitors to “behave” accordingly.
I will certainly come back here for future visits.Written 11 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This quiet refuge from the hustle & bustle of central Melaka is worth a visit. Just 10 minutes from our hotel the Ames in Ayer Keroh, these gardens are used by locals as well as tourists to just stroll or to jog. Very few flowers were on display during our visit but the variety of trees, palms and monkeys made it an interesting stroll.Written 23 May 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Recent visit to this park was a lovely morning break. For nature, you just have to come at the right time. I saw many blooms and it is like drinking in the beauty by the cupful. Don’t come here expecting to be entertained by nature. Just come to soak in the breathe of the earth.Written 30 December 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Rm38 for adult and Rm31 for kids. Prepare cash since inside most of the shop don’t have eWallet or credit card. Don’t be surprise you guys need to pay few things additional for visit such as petting.Written 29 December 2021
- A lot of improvement since our first visit. Crocodile show & water theme park are the main activitiesWritten 31 January 2020
- This place is within walking distance from the botanical gardens and entry is free. It is a small area where visitors can sample and buy many types of honey. There are also guides to bring you around and explain the honey-making process and life cycle of bees.Written 15 December 2022
- Nothing much to see & learn without any carnival. Open field & a few art works. A bit hot at noon & wasting time to visitWritten 26 July 2019
- We approached the Planetarium on foot. The outside is very run down and unkept. We were not even sure if it was open. We climbed the steps and I am not sure who was more surprised, us because the door opened or the lady behind the counter who could not believe she had a customer. We went in it took us five minutes to walk round. We did not stay for the film as it was not due on for 30minutes.Written 23 September 2018
- Nothing to see at this complex. Only a shoplot to sell souvenir. Local authority need to refurnish & make a real handicraft exhibition hall to attract touristsWritten 26 July 2019
- Professional & Expert Staff, Free computerised skin analysis & consultation..natural & organic ingredients..free gift & goodie bag..drinks & desserts..value for money...Written 24 January 2022
- This was Something we hadn’t done before and I must say everyone that flew had a great experience and loads of fun!! the staff were super friendly, kind and helpful , the Instructors were very knowledgeable and patient to help get everyone up and flying we will definitely be doing again very soon 😀😀Written 24 March 2021
- When my family from Singapore announced that they intend to visit me in Melaka during the mid-year school vacation, I started scouting around for places where they could have some outdoor fun. And I found it at the Serama Camps and Events, now under the new management of Sparks Wood Adventure Park.
This trip was unlike all our other trips to adventure parks. We were caught in a sudden thunderstorm (such is the current nature of the weather where I live) and had to be rescued from the high elements. The children were belayed down as they were already at an in-between station. Since I was still at the start of the orang utan walk, I could climb down by the rope ladder that I had just so bravely climbed up. All the time, I worried more about my SLR than myself getting wet in the pouring rain.
While we waited out the rain, we had lunch. It was during the fasting month when we visited the park, so the kitchen was closed. However, the G.M., Haidy, was thoughtful enough to cater lunch specially for us – nasi lemak berlauk, complete with drinks and dessert.
Reinforced by lunch and dried out by then, we participated in the rest of the activities – rowing, archery, tarzan swing, single- and double-wire zipping, wall climbing and pony rides.
We appreciated the strict adherence by the staff to ensure our safety at all times. There were safety briefings and demonstrations before each activity. We were each provided with safety equipment. The staff were gentle with the children, encouraging them to try when they were faltering but never pushing them too far. The staff were always on hand to accompany each child one-on-one.
All in all, it was great fun. I would recommend Sparks Wood to anyone, even families with young children.Written 17 June 2016
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