Amelanotic maliganat melanoma is a comparatively rare disease. It accounts for 1.8∼8.1% of all malignant melanoma. It is sometime difficult to diagnose amelanotic malignant melanoma because there is no pigmentation, clinically. Polypoid melanoma is a variant of nodular melanoma, which in depth seldom reaches the reticular dermis. The main part of the tumor is located above the nearby epidermis, raised in the form resembling cauliflower. We report a rare case of amelanotic malignant melanoma with polypoid feature in a 78-year-old woman who presented a single bright red nodule on the left thigh.