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Sentosa Island Resort, Singapore
  • But in fairness, the exhibit is so amazing
  • They said, their butterfly and insect kingdom is home of 1500 live butterflies from over 50 species, but unfortunately, I don't think, I saw such numbers of butterflies
  • The Butterfly and Insect Kingdom is very attractive to children and to insect lovers but for visitors who are not fond with insects and reptiles, like me, the park would eventually become boring
  • In fairness I still can recommend the park for school tours, and for children since the tour is so informative, there are lots of fresh information the park did offer, that includes the different varieties of butterflies and insects, their corresponding scientific names, colors, sizes, habitat, and what country it can be found
  • But generally, my tour on butter and insect kingdom is worth the admission fee I paid

    • by vlimit

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      A butterfly and insect garden is a rarely found nature park, but in Singapore, they have one in Sentosa Island. Getting there is so easy that we only took an MRT to Harbourfront MRT station, took a cable car from Mt Faber Tower to Sentosa island. The park is open from 9am to 6:30pm.

      I really expect a more exciting butterfly and insect garden, but its not as exciting as I expected. The park is not so big that we could stroll it for at most 1 hour. But in fairness, the exhibit is so amazing. It is so delicate that we have to walk slowly not to bother the hosts; I’m talking of


      the insects and the butterflies. I was really dazzled by the variety of colors of the butterflies and insects as they kissed the colorful flowers. They are so fragile that you tend to be soft and careful as you stroll on their kingdom.

      They said, their butterfly and insect kingdom is home of 1500 live butterflies from over 50 species, but unfortunately, I don’t think, I saw such numbers of butterflies. The butterflies are so shy to show up. I also had a close encounter with the king of the insect world, the Rhino beetles, giant spiders, and the scorpion in the long cave.

      I was also astonished by the rare displays of different ...


      • species of different species of butterflies and insects, from common, to rare and endangered species of butterflies, bugs, beetles, and other insects. With sizes from the smallest to biggest like the size of your palm, they have it on their informative frame collection.

        The Butterfly and Insect Kingdom is very attractive to children and to insect lovers but for visitors who are not fond with insects and reptiles, like me, the park would eventually become boring.

        In fairness I still can recommend the park for school tours, and for children since the tour is so informative, there are lots of fresh information the park did offer, that includes the different varieties of butterflies

        and insects, their corresponding scientific names, colors, sizes, habitat, and what country it can be found.

        For those who like reptiles and scorpions, well, the park is for you. There are snakes and scorpions on displays. And I’m talking on live snakes and scorpions Wow! They are so hair-standing creating. I felt amazed and at the same time fearful of these creatures! But generally, my tour on butter and insect kingdom is worth the admission fee I paid. If I had a lot of time on my next visit, I’ll still be going there together wit my family. Try it, bring your family and visit the exotic kingdom of insects and butterflies!




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