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Penang Butterfly Farm-A Colorful Sanctuary Full of Life
 
 

Penang Butterfly Farm is situated in Teluk Bahang and it’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in Penang, Malaysia. Established in 1986, the butterfly sanctuary spreads on eight hectares and is home to a wide range of butterfly species, along with plenty of other insects. Penang Butterfly Farm features over 4,000 butterflies that form nearly 120 different groups, so if you don’t know what to do in Penang, visiting this beautiful oasis will certainly leave you speechless. 

Short History

Penang Butterfly Farm was created by David Goh in an attempt to familiarize the Malaysian public with entomology and it’s one of the finest places to visit in Malaysia. In case you didn’t know, entomology is the name given to the sciencethat studies insects. This conservation center was also built to protect various species of butterflies specific to this island. Most people consider this establishment an excellent tourist attraction, but not many of them know that Penang Butterfly Farm has managed to achieve global recognition for its butterfly variety and thriving habitat. Apart from functioning as a tourist attraction, the farm is also trying to increase awareness on conservation problems experienced by butterfly habitats and rainforests.

Attractions

Often compared to a “zoo” thanks to the plethora of butterflies that fly around, the farm is an excellent travel spot for vacationers who don’t know what to do in Malaysia. More than 4000 butterflies will surround you, including the Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing Butterfly, which is one of the largest butterflies in the world. Its wingspan exceeds 6 inch, and its colors are very interesting. Most people who visit the Penang Butterfly Farm enjoy dipping their fingers in the nectar of the flowers that crowd the area, so that butterflies can feed directly off their fingers. That’s quite a unique experience which will determine a large number of butterfly enthusiasts to come to explore the place.

Penang Butterfly Farm is provided with several stations that provide information about the life cycle of a butterfly. Tourists are allowed to photograph the butterfly eggs which can be seen on different plants, as well as the newly hatched butterflies contained in butterfly pupae. Among so many interesting things to do in Malaysia, exploring the wonders of the Butterfly Farm will certainly be a memorable experience.

The best thing about this farm is that it also features several other animals, including insects and reptiles. Visitors can admire water monitors, iguanas, scorpions, stick insects, giant millipedes, vipers, snapping turtles, mandarin ducks, horseshoe crabs, and many others. Besides, they’re also allowed to hold several of the animals described above in case they want to go through an unforgettable experience.

The problem is that not everybody is a fan of creepy critters and insects, which means that only some of you will find this farm truly incredible. The truth is that the Penang Butterfly Farm also hosts a large number of plant species, including the bamboo orchid, the only one that grows in the ground. The carnivorous pitcher plants featured in this farm are also a popular attraction, visited by thousands of visitor’s annually.Where to go in Malaysia? – That’s the million dollar question. With such a wide variety of attractions, the Penang Butterfly Park will certainly grab your attention.

Practical information

Penang Butterfly Farm can be reached by taking the Rapid Penang Bus. If you’re coming from Penang Airport, Bus 102 will leave you close to the farm. Tourists who are in coming from Balik Pulau can take Bus 501. In case none of these options works for you, the best choice would be to opt for a taxi. However, make sure you get to this tourist attraction between 9 AM and 5 PM. As far as the admission fee is concerned, adults are required to pay RM 27 per person, children aged between 4 and 12 need to pay RM 15 per person, while those aged fewer than 3 can visit this tourist attraction for free.

There are plenty of activities and things to do in Penang, and your main goal should be that of opting for some of the best ones; and yes, the farm will dazzle you with its wide variety butterflies, so you should definitely put it on your travel itinerary.

 
 
 
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