Surrey and Hampshire Reptile Rescue

Unusually, this is an attraction that is being undersold. Located out at Ayer Keroh, about 15km from Melaka itself, it is well worth the trip and it probably merits a couple of hours to do it full justice, depending on how long you like to linger over exhibits.

The butterfly enclosures, and there are two separate ones, are good - lots of butterflies, though a little more variety would have been nice. And it includes Atlas moths, the world's largest moth and a treat to see. But it is the reptile sanctuary that really delivers, with a good range of reptiles and amphibians and even some fish on display. From crocodiles and caiman through king cobras and albino pythons to horned frogs and giant millipedes, they are well presented and appeared to be healthy and well cared for. There is good information on each of the creatures as well, and even a little homespun philosophy to make you smile occasionally. There is also a completely random emu enclosure, but I will draw a veil over that.

So definitely worth a visit and with refreshment facilities and some shops all you will need for your visit is onsite.

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Unusually, this is an attraction that is being undersold. Located out at Ayer Keroh, about 15km from Melaka itself, it is well worth the trip and it probably merits a couple of hours to do it full justice, depending on how long you like to linger over exhibits.

The butterfly enclosures, and there are two separate ones, are good - lots of butterflies, though a little more variety would have been nice. And it includes Atlas moths, the world's largest moth and a treat to see. But it is the reptile sanctuary that really delivers, with a good range of reptiles and amphibians and even some fish on display. From crocodiles and caiman through king cobras and albino pythons to horned frogs and giant millipedes, they are well presented and appeared to be healthy and well cared for. There is good information on each of the creatures as well, and even a little homespun philosophy to make you smile occasionally. There is also a completely random emu enclosure, but I will draw a veil over that.

So definitely worth a visit and with refreshment facilities and some shops all you will need for your visit is onsite.

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REPTILE SHOPS IN SURREY! Unusually, this is an attraction that is being undersold. Located out at Ayer Keroh, about 15km from Melaka itself, it is well worth the trip and it probably merits a couple of hours to do it full justice, depending on how long you like to linger over exhibits.

The butterfly enclosures, and there are two separate ones, are good - lots of butterflies, though a little more variety would have been nice. And it includes Atlas moths, the world's largest moth and a treat to see. But it is the reptile sanctuary that really delivers, with a good range of reptiles and amphibians and even some fish on display. From crocodiles and caiman through king cobras and albino pythons to horned frogs and giant millipedes, they are well presented and appeared to be healthy and well cared for. There is good information on each of the creatures as well, and even a little homespun philosophy to make you smile occasionally. There is also a completely random emu enclosure, but I will draw a veil over that.

So definitely worth a visit and with refreshment facilities and some shops all you will need for your visit is onsite.

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Unusually, this is an attraction that is being undersold. Located out at Ayer Keroh, about 15km from Melaka itself, it is well worth the trip and it probably merits a couple of hours to do it full justice, depending on how long you like to linger over exhibits.

The butterfly enclosures, and there are two separate ones, are good - lots of butterflies, though a little more variety would have been nice. And it includes Atlas moths, the world's largest moth and a treat to see. But it is the reptile sanctuary that really delivers, with a good range of reptiles and amphibians and even some fish on display. From crocodiles and caiman through king cobras and albino pythons to horned frogs and giant millipedes, they are well presented and appeared to be healthy and well cared for. There is good information on each of the creatures as well, and even a little homespun philosophy to make you smile occasionally. There is also a completely random emu enclosure, but I will draw a veil over that.

So definitely worth a visit and with refreshment facilities and some shops all you will need for your visit is onsite.

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