Butterfly Park in Kuala Lumpur

Black butterfly and blue/purple flowers

The Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is located in the Lake Gardens area which includes the KL Bird Park, National Mosque of Malaysia, Islamic Arts Museum, etc..

iridescent blue and orange butterfly

I like butterfly parks so I enjoyed it. It was an impressive butterfly park but it is also pretty much what you expect if you have visited several. If you enjoy them then I think it is well worth a visit. If you don’t know, it is a good one to check out and see if you like them.

White and orange butterfly on orange flowers

A big part of what I enjoy is the photography so if you enjoy photography you may well also enjoy a visit.


photo of lizard sitting on top of another lizard

The park includes much more than just butterflies.

black caterpillar climbing on green leaves

The displays are enjoyable.

display or large, dead, bugs

display of large dead bugs with a universal scale indicator (Mountain Dew bottle)

They say they are the largest butterfly garden in the world spanning over 80,000 square feet of landscaped garden with over 5,000 live butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns.photo of leaves on a plant

black and yellow butterfly on orange flowers

I must say the butterfly part didn’t seem much larger than other places I have been. It was nice but I was surprised to read that they say they are the largest one anywhere. It is the largest I remember when you add the other parts of the park, so my guess is that is what is how they say they are the largest. It still doesn’t seem very large.

hallway with many displays of interesting bugs

More information:
web site
Address: Jalan Cenderasari, Taman Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, 50480
Phone: 603-26 934 799
Open daily from 9AM to 6PM

Related: more photos of butterflies from my travelsBanteay Srey Butterfly Centre (Cambodia)

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