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Young kids will love watching how bees produce honey, and everyone enjoyed the various kinds of honey especially after knowing how they were different and the kinds of cures they afforded... very nice stroll about and lots of authentic honey jars to choose from at...More
Learned about how the bees work and got to try fresh honey from the hive.. free entrance and different types of honey to try before buying.. spent about rm120 on honey combs n honey to take home and savour..
Also an interesting place to see if you're interested in bee's. Honeytasting included. A very detailed description of how bee's live and exist. Very informative over the art bee's. Although it's small you need time to read the information. Entry fee is free. You can...More
Though small but has many relatively good information about the bees & their hives. Different type of bees with different types of of hives. The honey bottled has very good tastes. This is just next to the Taman Rama-Rama garden.
Went here because it's located beside the Ayer keroh country resort and it's free entry.
When I entered just saw replicas of bee"s and types of bees displayed.
And have honey testing.
So when I was asking for a test that lady refused to give...More
This is a nice free attraction. Taste some varieties of honey, see the inside of a stingless bee hive and, if you like, bug honey to take home. No hard sell, just friendly assistance and then a smile regardless of whether or not you purchase.
Bees Museum is just adjacent to the Malacca Butterfly Park & Reptile Sanctuary, is fully sponsored and supported by Bee Farm with main objective to enhance the public's knowledge on bees and honey as there’s professionals here to take a visitor around and explain the...More
Response from city_aussiejumper | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Sorry to answer so late. There is no entry fee needed. It's very interesting to read about and you can try the honey and buy the different honey sorts too. It is also very interesting for children.