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Sentosa Island, Singapore
  • The most amazing part of the park is its entrance itself because it is made in the replica of a moon and is beautifully lighted up in the dark, it is called the 'Moon Gate'
  • The park attracts a lot of crowd in the weekends and is one of the best place for a family outing

    • by Alvin Abraham
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      I had been to Singapore in the year 2009 as a part of the student’s exchange program. I was over there for about 5 months, and all i did was exploring and studying each and every nook and corner of Singapore. That time i came across this beautiful Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom , which was located on the Sentosa Island.

      I had never seen a park as stunning and as impressive as this one. There were plenty of dazzling and


      colorful butterflies, unknown insects that creeped, crawled or flied.

      Since i never knew much about these butterflies and insects, i asked for a human guide which hardly costed me S$2.50. The guide was well-educated about each and every butterfly, the insects, its various kind of species, their origin and family tree. It was just awesome to watch him say and talk about the butterflies and insects. He told me that, in the park there were about 1700 butterflies from 60 different species and nearly 2500 insects from 32 different species out of which 12 were at the stage of extinction.

      The butterflies and insects were all left open in the 20 acre park, but we were restricted from touching them. I could see young children just running behind the butterflies and enjoying themselves. Some insects that i still remember about are the tree-horn rhino beetles, red lite scorpions, and tarantulas.

      The park had an complete Asian landscape and was filled with different kind of ...


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      trees and plants. There was a long and broad walking path made just for the visitors to enjoy with their families and children, and there were benches placed besides the walking path. It also consisted of artificial streams which were decorated and made magnificent with the nature’s glory. Many bridges were build on the streams.

      The most amazing part of the park is its entrance itself because it is made in the replica of a moon and is beautifully lighted up

      in the dark, it is called the ‘Moon Gate’.

      The park attracts a lot of crowd in the weekends and is one of the best place for a family outing. The park is well lighted up in the dark so that you may not pass your foot on the insects. Carrying food within the park’s premises is prohibited, so all you got to enjoy with is some chit-chat. If you are residing or traveling in to Singapore, you must give this park a visit.




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