Tuesday, December 24, 2013

A'Famosa Safari Wonderland

Assalamualaikum and Salam ceria everybody~

Well, I went to Melaka again, this time was with my fellow colleagues from Hospital Sultan Ismail. Our main plan was to go to A'Famosa Safari Wonderland. Few weeks ago I already went to the water park and also cowboy town.

We started our day by watching Multi Animal Talent Show, followed by Bird Show. Their shows are located just besides each other. One after another. We really enjoyed the show with the funny animals and cute birds.

Then, we had lunch before proceeded to the Monkey Island. For lunch, it's included in the ticket thus we were given a voucher each, We all opted for nasi tomato with ayam masak merah. To reach Monkey Island, we travelled by a motored-raft. It's made of wood. As the name indicates. the island is full with a few types of monkey. They are all tame and we feed them with RM5 peanuts. One pack of peanuts cost RM5. Besides monkey, there'sa few birds, sheeps and chickens.

Then, we took an elephant ride. RM10 per person. Okay la, only for a short round. The elephant walk in a circle through the man-made pond. Hahaha. We took turns so that we could photograph each other. Clever. (perasan jap).

We also watched Wild Wild West show. It's a drama between the town sheriff and bad cowboys. The fought with guns and few other props. Got explosives too. I love how the water tank blow and air mencurah-curah ke ladang gandum. Ducks and chickens also played supporting roles. Got horses too.

We also grabbed the chance to get into the safari by boarding a caged truck. The route was quite bumpy I should say. Safari animals that could be seen here are tigers, lions, bears, giraffes, bulls, deer and many others.

Last but not least, we roamed around the area visiting other animals such as horses, ponies, ducks, rabbits, hamsters, porcupines, flamingo and got otters as well. They are so cute! :)

That's all for our tour in Safari Wonderland. Cheers~


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