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Ayer Keroh, Malaysia
25 May — 26 May2
Ayer Keroh, Malaysia
Wed 25/5
Thu 26/5
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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:May
Average price in Ayer Keroh:£28/night
Cheapest price found:£7/night
Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
£13 - £55
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£17 - £58
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Ayer Keroh

About Ayer Keroh

Nicknamed the “Green Belt” of Malacca, Ayer Keroh is a lush, forested region, packed with natural and wildlife attractions. It centres around an old Malacca town, featuring a lavish Sultanate Palace, together with Chinese, Indian and Portuguese cultural enclaves.

Things to do

For a taste of traditional Malay architecture, head to the Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park where replicas of houses from each of the country’s 13 states have been built. They are decorated with traditional furnishings and artwork, and it’s a great place to learn the Malay game of congkak or test your skills on an Iban blowpipe.

To experience Ayer Keroh's natural beauty, why not visit the Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary which is set within 11 hectares of jungle. Be surrounded by colourful butterflies, get up close to snakes and crocodiles, and wander through its beautiful Koi River Valley.

Bird lovers should head straight to the Melaka Bird Park to explore the largest collection of Malaysian bird species in the world, while green thumbs will enjoy a day at the Melaka Botanical Gardens with its giant stone carvings of prehistoric animals. Other family-friendly attractions include the Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre where you can delve into the world of astronomy and the Melaka Wonderland Theme Park & Resort with its thrilling rides and water slides.

Are you a fan of honey? Then sample it at its purest at the World’s Bees Museum which showcases hundreds of different beehives and hornets nests. For a more cultural experience, visit the Museum of Aborigines to browse exhibits on the traditional lifestyles of Malacca’s native tribes.

Getting around

Ayer Keroh is around two hours’drive south of Kuala Lumpur or three hours’ drive north-west of Singapore. To explore everything the region has to offer, a private vehicle or scheduled tour are the best options.

Ayer Keroh travel FAQs

Nicknamed the “Green Belt” of Malacca, Ayer Keroh is a lush, forested region, packed with natural and wildlife attractions. It centres around an old Malacca town, featuring a lavish Sultanate Palace, together with Chinese, Indian and Portuguese cultural enclaves.

Things to do in Ayer Keroh

For a taste of traditional Malay architecture, head to the Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park where replicas of houses from each of the country’s 13 states have been built. They are decorated with traditional furnishings and artwork, and it’s a great place to learn the Malay game of congkak or test your skills on an Iban blowpipe.

To experience Ayer Keroh's natural beauty, why not visit the Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary which is set within 11 hectares of jungle. Be surrounded by colourful butterflies, get up close to snakes and crocodiles, and wander through its beautiful Koi River Valley.

Bird lovers should head straight to the Melaka Bird Park to explore the largest collection of Malaysian bird species in the world, while green thumbs will enjoy a day at the Melaka Botanical Gardens with its giant stone carvings of prehistoric animals. Other family-friendly attractions include the Malacca Planetarium Adventure Science Centre where you can delve into the world of astronomy and the Melaka Wonderland Theme Park & Resort with its thrilling rides and water slides.

Are you a fan of honey? Then sample it at its purest at the World’s Bees Museum which showcases hundreds of different beehives and hornets nests. For a more cultural experience, visit the Museum of Aborigines to browse exhibits on the traditional lifestyles of Malacca’s native tribes.

Getting around Ayer Keroh

Ayer Keroh is around two hours’drive south of Kuala Lumpur or three hours’ drive north-west of Singapore. To explore everything the region has to offer, a private vehicle or scheduled tour are the best options.

  • What are the best hotels in Ayer Keroh?

    One of the most popular hotels in Ayer Keroh is Ames Hotel, which has been reviewed by 1,388 users and currently has a rating of 8.8/10. Other top-rated locations include The Heights Residence Homestay and Exclusuites A3 Bayou Lagoon Park Resort, which have received 8.3/10 and 7.4/10 ratings from our users, respectively.