The Mini Malaysia Park, which can be considered as a theme park of sorts, is perhaps the best place to witness and learn about the unique cultures of people from the various States in Malaysia.
The main feature of the park is the replica of traditional houses, which are individually constructed and represents the architectural style and splendour of the 13 States in Malaysia.

Inside each of these houses, visitors will find various handicrafts which originate from each of the State. Apart from serving as decoration, these handicrafts also serve as an eye-opener to visitors especially in learning more about each of the individual State. In some of the houses, the costumes of the locals are also displayed for public viewing.

Although to the untrained eyes, all these houses may look alike, they are by no means identical as each has its own distinct feature and variation.

Apart from these traditional houses, visitors can also look forward to various traditional and cultural performances apart from traditional games.

For more information, please contact:

Taman Mini Malaysia/ASEAN,
Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450 Melaka

Tel: 06-2321334
Fax: 06-2321335

Opening Hours:
9am - 5pm Daily

Entrance Fees

  • RM10 (Adult)
  • RM5 (Children)


  1. peter // June 26, 2010 at 3:57 AM  

    I agree with your comments & in my point of view it is the best option to spend your a holiday. Though there are many things to visit in Malaysia but at the same time you need more time. If you have a plan to go for long vocations then you can also get reviews, ideas & also info of suitable accommodation packages from Hank Freid without facing any trouble. In this way you can easily manage your travel as well

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