Eco Tourism

Melaka Marine Park

Melaka Marine Park, located in the Malacca Straits of Malaysia, offers a variety of marine ecosystems including coral reefs, iconic lighthouses and beautiful beaches. The park is rich in marine biodiversity and offers opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Coral conservation and propagation is carried out in a sustainable manner, to protect marine life habitats while allowing for controlled and responsible recreational activities. 

Pulau Dodol, Pulau Undan, Pulau  Nangka
06 -3112485

Paya Lebar River Cruise

In addition to being the most important river in the history of Melaka, Melaka also has another sub urban cruise ship, from the Paya Lebar River to the Linggi River. Tourists who like the outdoors and love nature can choose to go to Paya Lebar Village, about an hour's drive from the city of Melaka. Take a river cruise, roam the mangrove reserve, and watch wild animals such as monkeys, squirrels, and sometimes there are various snakes coiled on the branches. This historic river is connected to a river called Sungai Ramuan China Besar. It is said to be the main landing point for Chinese people to visit Southeast Asia in history. The cruise includes visits to a traditional charcoal factory, shellfish breeding grounds, Dutch Walls, and more. 

Majlis Perbandaran Alor Gajah 
Phone: 06-384 2803 / 019-656 2439 

Cherana Putih Hot Springs

Better known as Cherana Putih Hot Springs, this area is located in Taboh Naning, Alor Gajah, Melaka about 5 minutes from Simpang Ampat Toll Road. Although the area was once popular with locals and surrounding counties, it has begun to gain media attention and coverage due to its natural environment. The area has started to be flooded with the presence of tourists who have started to get to know and be aware of this location especially on weekends and public holidays. 

Phone: 06-552 0513
Weekdays ( 24 hours )
Adult: RM5.00
Children: RM2.50 
Weekdays ( 24 hours )
Adult: RM7.00
Children: RM5.00 

Bukit Gapis

Bukit Gapis located in Nyalas, Melaka is a new hill for hikers because it was the highest height in Melaka at around 512 meters above sea level. Bukit Melaka has a great potential as an eco-tourism destination. When you arrive at the top of the hill, hikers can see the boundary stone block between Melaka and Negeri Sembilan which is claimed to have been built by the British in 1901. 

Turtle Management Centre

Turtle Conservation and Information Centre conduct hatchery, conservation, research programs and protect Hawksbill turtles and painted terrapins from the threat of extinction.The Centre also provides information and educational activities, public awareness in conservation of hawksbill turtles and painted terrapin as well as a tourist attraction in Melaka 

Pusat Konservasi a Penerangan  Penyu, Padang Kemunting, 78300 
Masjid Tanah, Melaka 
10.00 am until 5pm (Tuesday to Sunday)
Phone: 06-384 6754

Tourism Promotion Division
Chief Minister of Melaka

Lot G-14, Kota Cemerlang,
75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka
Phone: +6 06-232 8402