The Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is a top family attraction in Singapore. This outdoor conservatory boasts more than 50 different species of butterfly, along with a whole host of exotic insects. Kids and nature lovers can get up close to the winged creatures and other fascinating creatures against a backdrop of a lush landscape that simulates a tropical rainforest.
On your visit, you’ll see rare and endangered species of butterfly, along with the more common varieties you may be familiar with back home. In the Insect Kingdom, you can marvel at huge beetles, ‘lucky’ ladybirds, and a range of other exotic insects, from stick insects to stinging scorpions. The park’s multisensory, interactive exhibits will allow you to get as up close to the creepy crawlies as you dare.
Located on Sentosa Island, a trip to the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom can be combined with some of the island’s other attractions to make for a fun family day out. Ride the scenic cable car over to the island, get entry into the Images of Singapore museum, and even squeeze in a trip to the hugely popular S.E.A Aquarium while you’re there.
Taking the cable car from Mount Faber is the best way to reach Sentosa Island, offering stunning views and a thrilling ride that all ages are sure to enjoy. If not taking the cable car or arriving as part of an organized tour, take the NorthEast Line of the MRT to HarbourFront and make your way to Level 3 of Vivocity, where you can take the Sentosa Express to Imbiah Station. Alternatively board a Blue or Red Line bus and alight at Imbiah Lookout.