The Taman Mini Malaysia cultural park is located a few kilometres outside of Melaka, near the town of Ayer Keroh. If you have an interest in traditional architecture and ways of life, this is a great place to go exploring. Each of the homes represents the architectural style of the 13 states in Malaysia and is furnished with various items, arts and crafts which depict the culture of each state.
Inside each house, you can find a range of genuine handicrafts originating from each state or county. The life-like figures ‘inhabiting’ each charming home on stilts are garbed in their respective traditional costumes.
Other attractions in the park include weekly cultural shows and traditional games. Basically, this is an opportunity to see all Malaysian architecture and heritage in a short all-encompassing outing. And it’s a nice break from the hustle and bustle of nearby urban Melaka.
By Bus/ Rental Car/Taxi
Exit at the Ayer Keroh interchange from the North-South Expressway. Go straight until you see the Butterfly Park on your left. To get to the park, you will need to take the second main junction on your left from the Ayer Keroh main road.
Who To Contact
Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini ASEAN Office
Phone: +606-234 9988/234 9989
Tourism Malaysia Melaka Office
Phone: +606-288 3304/ 1549/ 3785
Address: Lebuh Ayer Keroh, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Malaysia
Official Website: minimalaysiaasean.my
Our Hotel Pick Near the Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini ASEAN
Amverton Heritage Resort features rooms with cable TVs and a tea/coffee maker. It offers a pool and tennis court. Free parking and free Wi-Fi in public areas are provided.
The Mini Malaysia and ASEAN Cultural Park (Malay: Taman Mini Malaysia dan ASEAN) is a theme park in Ayer Keroh, Malacca, Malaysia. The park showcases the traditional houses from every state in Malaysia and also from every country in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
The Mini Malaysia Cultural Park was opened on 17 July 1986 by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, followed by the Mini ASEAN Cultural Park on 3 September 1991 by him.
- Perlis Long Roofed House
- Penang Long Roofed House
- Kedah Long Roofed House
- Perak Long Roofed House
- Selangor Long Roofed House
- Negeri Sembilan Long Roofed House
- Malacca Long Roofed House
- Johore Five Roofed House
- Kelantan Long Roofed House
- Terengganu Five Roofed House
- Pahang Long Roofed House
- Sabah Traditional House
- Sarawak Traditional House
- Traditional House of Thailand
- Traditional House of Philippines
- Traditional House of Brunei
- Traditional House of Indonesia
- Traditional House of Singapore
- Traditional House of Vietnam
- Traditional House of Myanmar
- Traditional House of Cambodia
- Traditional House of Laos