The Taman Mini Malaysia & ASEAN or Mini Malaysia And Asean Cultural Park is just located about 15 kilometres from historical Melaka. The 37-acres themed park is separated to 2 different parks which is the Taman Mini Malaysia and Taman Mini ASEAN.
Mini Malaysia consists of houses from 13 states in Malaysia (Johor, Pahang,Terengganu, Kelantan, Perlis, Kedah, Pulau Pinang, Perak, Selangor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Sabah and Sarawak)…
Each exhibiting different Malaysian “kampung” (village) houses and cultural elements which showcases the lifestyle days gone by according to the various different states of Malaysia, each which have their own unique style.
The Mini Malaysia park also comes with facilities and activities such as hotel, chalet, meeting and seminar packages, dormitory, fish feeding, lake activities, swimming pool, basic dance workshop, team building activities, traditional games, cultural dance, arts & crafts and also horse riding.
The Mini Malaysia park was built and creates with the intention of sharing about the history, cultural heritage of each state and their traditional architectural characteristics.
When we were there, we had some fun playing games, and exploring the pretty houses..
Do not miss out on the performances at the Tun Teja theatre as well, where you will be entertained on Baba Nyonya dances, Indian dances, and even a Dayak performance… My influencer friends were invited on stage to try their skills on blowing the blow pipe as well as dancing as well..
We got a glimpse of the Asean Cultural Park as well which is actually closed for upgrading and renovation since it has deteriorated over the years…and I really can’t wait to visit it once it reopens…
Address: Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450 Ayer Keroh…
Colours of Lives Travelogue Malaysia is organised by Borakkita.com, and supported by Tourism Malaysia.
Special thanks to Tourism Malaysia Melaka for accompanying us, and also thanks to Perodua Malaysia, Plus, Touch n’Go, Marini Naturale Magic, FZ by Ayana, 888tea for being our sponsors and believing in us…
5 thoughts on “Mini Malaysia And Asean Cultural Park”
wow this is so nice! It feels very authentic!
I visited this park some years ago and I am glad to see that things have improved and still very well kept. I wish I have the chance to revisit. It has been quite a while.
Oh my. This is so cool. You know, I kinda love visiting this kind of place, especially with my husband and family.
Wow so wonderful and beautiful park. Will definitely put this on my bucket list for our next travel visit.
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