As the name says it, this is a one of kind museum containing an impressive display of more than 50 species of butterflies and 3000 rare insects. It is one of the world’s largest and most captivating world-class collections. Take a stroll along this 70-metre long cave and bedazzled with this wide range of colourful butterflies and insects fluttering all over and around you.  

Unlike wild butterflies, it is easy to approach them closely as they are all captive bred. Take a break in front of the Pupa Hut and watch young butterflies emerge. And try to spot the well camouflaged insects in the Insect Safari Tunnel.  Get up close and personal with the Rhino beetles, scorpions, giant spiders, including the largest Dynasty Hercules beetle which is as long as a 15-cm ruler! As you enjoy the cooling greenhouse, get familiar with the history and complete information of all these creepy crawlies at the Insect Revolution Display.

The beauty of insect life is best enjoyed when you simply step back and marvel at their diversity band their roles in the world of nature.
 Remember to shop for exquisite butterfly and insect memorabilia at the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom Souvenir Shop too. 

Address : Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
51 Cable Car Road Sentosa,

Opening Hours : 9am - 6.30pm daily (Last Admission at 6.00pm) 

Price : Adult: S$10.00
           Child (3 - 12 years old): S$6.00

How to get there?
Take either the Blue Line Bus or the Green Line Bus services.
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