The park was born from the idea of David Goh, a young teacher with a love and passion for butterflies. He embarked on establishing a tropical butterfly farm as a tourist destination in Penang. In 1986, this self-researched entomologist established the world’s first tropical insect and butterfly sanctuary, called the Penang Butterfly Garden.
The park is divided into two main zones, Natureland and Cocoon. This complex currently has more than 60 species of butterflies, with a total of about 15,000 butterflies, in which Natureland is a common ecological space for a variety of animals from invertebrates and reptiles living in natural habitats. their regeneration.
There is also a Cocoon indoor discovery center with two floors of indoor exhibits and activities This indoor discovery center is designed to allow visitors to discover the invertebrate world for themselves through the Various interactive educational stations.
The garden is also home to over 200 species of plants with waterfalls, ponds, caves and other artistic garden features. Besides walking and watching butterflies, visitors will also be guided through interesting hands-on learning activities.
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