KL Butterfly Park is home to more than 5,000 butterflies of over 100 different species. A popular spot for families and animal lovers, the butterfly park is filled with bushy gardens and plenty of fragrant flowers and vines.

As you enter the park, you’ll find yourself standing above ground level, offering you a glimpse of what a tropical rainforest in Malaysia would generally look like. The massive amount of vegetation is astounding, with thick bushes and plants which have thrived and grown over the years.

Head down the stairs and immerse yourself in the garden which features multiple ponds, mini waterfalls, and fountains all around the park. Some of the ponds even play home to a number of colourful koi fish and turtles, making for a pleasant, yet lively ambience.

Across the park, you’ll also find a number of feeding posts where scented flowers, dried pineapple, and other food have been laid out for the butterflies. The sweet scent attracts them to these areas and provides nectar for them to feast on.

Once you’ve explored the park to your heart’s content, head towards the exit to find their onsite museum, where you’ll find a myriad of insects, both live and preserved, such as scorpions, rhinoceros beetles and millipedes.

If you’re a huge fan of butterflies, you can even purchase frames of preserved butterflies from the souvenir shop on your way out of the building.

Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm
Address: Jalan Cenderasari, Taman Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur
Waze: Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur

Entrance Fee
Adults (standard) : RM24
Kids (standard) : RM13

Adults (with MyKad) : RM11
Kids (with MyKid) : RM6

Family Package : RM34 (with MyKad & MyKid)
(2 Adults +  2 Children)

Video camera : RM5
(Note: Tripods not allowed in the park)

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Vincent Wong

Vincent Wong is an aspiring writer cum photographer and traveller, who loves diving head first into culture and exploring the wonders of the world. Like any Malaysian, Vincent loves food and is always on the hunt for the next best meal. After having spent several years away from Malaysia, this young man realised the uniqueness of his home country and aims to tell the stories of Malaysia and all it has to offer.
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