Situated on the outskirts of Malacca, about 15 km east of the town, Ayer Keroh – also known as Air Keroh – has quite a few contrived tourist attractions that are mostly deserted during the week. Although it has been promoted as a major Malaccan tourist spot, since it plays host to an assortment of attractions including Taman Mini Malaysia & ASEAN, the Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary and the Melaka Zoo, this quarter doesn’t really offer much to do. Its lack of dining, nightlife and shopping options makes it somewhat out of the way and even though the Ayer Keroh toll booth is the primary entry point into the state using the North-South Expressway, truthfully it’s rather a peaceful area.
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