The last time I went to the Butterfly Park was with Yassin on December 2006 and for some reasons I had forgotten to post pictures. The only thing I published was my drawing on Yassin and his encounter with a particular butterfly!
And today for the second time, I went there again with husband and son. The Butterfly Park is pretty much the same except maybe for the admission fee. The last time I went it was RM5 for adults and RM1 for children. Now it is RM8 and RM4 respectively. Extra RM1 for camera. But I’m not complaining; it’s worth it, the butterflies are pretty!
Some butterflies are friendly too!
The Butterfly Park is actually a miniÂ tropical rain forest within the city that consists of more than 6,000 butterflies and 15,000 plants.
Contributing to Butterfly Park’s beautiful landscape is a uniquely designed hydro-pond built with a limestone path right in the center.
Facilities in the park include an informative insect museum.
There is also a nursery and breeding area for the butterflies as well as a souvenir shop near the exit selling local handicrafts, fridge magnets, t-shirts, caps, bags, framed butterflies and many more. My husband bought me floral-print red and black totebag (click on left bag thumbnail).
A bit info about the park:
The park is located within walking distance of KL Birds Park. As the park did not have official website (I’ve searched in the net but couldn’t find it), here is the contact number of the park as well as other details:
Worldclass Garden Sdn Bhd
50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +6(03)2693 4907/4799
Fax: +6(03)2693 7066
Operation Hours and Admission
Open: 9am – 6pm (Daily)
Locals: RM8 (Adults), RM4 (Children), RM 1 (Camera)
Tourists: RM18 (Adults), RM8 (Children), RM1 (Camera)
View KL Butterfly Park in a larger map
Here are some drawings from my moleskine:
My moleskine: 22 pages more to go!