The House Of Little Beauties - Butterfly Park
We heard about Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur during our trip to Malacca from one of the our co-passenger in the train. But due to other priorities a visit to the Butterfly park was always getting delayed.
But finally we made it. Butterfly park KL, filled with exotic little beauties, is nursery and breeding area of over 6000 butterflies from more than 120 species.
Although we didn't have much of expectation from this park but it turned out to be bit better!
For some reason it was very peaceful and surprising to see so many beautiful butterflies flying freely around you without being scared of you! Even few them will come and sit on your head!
There are other species to be found in the park like turtles and fishes along with some spiders and other insects too.
The best part, if it's your lucky day you can catch butterflies hatching from chrysalis!
How To Reach Butterfly Park
Butterfly park is situated in Lake Gardens, it is one the five parks which combined together make the Lake Gardens. If one wishes to use public transportation Butterfly park is bit out of reach. However, if you don't mind walking a bit then you got the following options:
- Taxi: Best option to reach Butterfly park.
- Bus: You can catch bus plying to Masjid Negara. One such servicing number I can recall is B101 which will drop you Dayabumi complex from there you can take a walk towards Majid Negara which is very close to the Butterfly park.
- KTM: Once you get off the train at old K.L. railway station walk towards the Majid Negara.
Butterfly Park Pictures
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We spent around 3 hours in Butterfly park. Although nothing much to complain about but park needs to get tidy up a bit. All and all it is a place to check out if you are in Lake garden area but I guess no need to make special plan for it! No doubt it is a great place to bring your kids but for adults nothing much to get excited about :) KL Butterfly park entrance fee will set you back by RM20 for adults and RM10 for children. Don't forget to carry water and enjoy the trip!