Featuring specimens of more than 3,000 species of butterflies and rare insects, this living organism museum is a real eye-opener. The highlight is the netted conservatory where 1,500 beautiful butterflies flutter freely around you in a tropical rainforest setting.
Learn about the life cycle of butterflies at the pupa house, where the entire metamorphosis from pupa to butterfly is displayed through live specimens. Next, head to the bird and animal aviary, which is filled with colourful macaws, iguanas and more before entering into the dark cave that houses creepy-crawlies like tarantulas, beetles, millipedes and scorpions (in Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom containers, of course).
After that, everything else is preserved behind glass in the indoor Insect Kingdom Museum, which exhibits rare insects and some of the world’s largest, heaviest beetles, as well as creatures of all kinds from Singapore and around the region.
|Venue name:||Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom|
51 Imbiah Rd
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