We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Went for an impromptu trip with my wife and 2 kids, Other than crocs, peacocks and tortoises and hippos nothing much to see but i noticed a few chalets, stable(but no horse) and a "water playground".Drove to the watch tower but didn't go up due...More
Love this place. Free admission. Its too big, which you can use your own car to travel inside here. If you like to cycle, you can rent a bike at transportation complex inside here. It s great place to release stress and get refreshing air....More
My 3-year-old was fascinated watching the hippos and crocodile feed in close proximity. Then he got to hand-feed the tortoises. The park officers were friendly and shared interesting facts about the animals (in Malay).
If you have children as young as three, do park in...More
Was at Paya Indah the 1st time. It is quite a long way from Dengkil town itself but waze got me there. Place officially open only from 9am onwards. A bit late in my opinion as it get rather hot then. Not in pristine condition...More
We went with our baby girl for a short trip. Took picture with hippopotamus and crocodile. Climb the stair to take sceneric picture. Worth the trip. Next time might as well cook for picnic. Its preferable at sunny day. Free parking and free entrace.
Don't bother .. afyer 20 min drive with grab terrible.roads .. no one there . Arrived 8am due to locals saying be there Early to feed th hippo ..
No hippo or crock to be found.! Not a person in sight. I asked the grab...More
An ex mining pool and now a sanctuary... for 2 hippos and some dangerous crocs. Well, I must say, for an averagely maintained place, it looks neat and clean although the place has so much more to offer. It's not dilapidated yet not great. No...More
Paya Indah Wetlands was openned on 1998. It's comprising 3 zones. Only recreation zone is still open to public currently. Main activities are bird watching, jungle trekking, cycling, hippo feeding, crocodile feeding, fishing and kayaking. Do offer accommodation at RM120/ night. However, maintenance work have...More