Walking with The Beautiful Butterfly at The Largest Park in Bali

Taman Kupu-Kupu Bali or known as Bali Butterfly Park is one of amazing tourist destinations in Bali. It is claimed as one of the largest butterfly park in Asia located at Wanasari, 27 kilometers from Denpasar Town or 1 hour from Ngurah Rai International Airport. This park is spread over about 3500 square meters with ponds and various types plants to support the spot.

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Bali Butterfly Park is a good educational tour for families and visitors, it is effective for our knowledge about butterflies and natural ecosystem. Inside the park we can find hundreds of butterflies with 15 different species and we can learn about their protection and breeding process. We can get inspiring information about the life cycle of butterflies visitors are able to see the process of the butterfly’s metamorphosis starting from egg, larvae, cocoon, and caterpillars until they turn into beautiful butterflies. We can also learn how to conserve them.

Dried butterfly collection

The park also provides specimens of dried butterfly and insect collection which can also be souvenirs set in glass frames for the visitors. Beside butterflies, visitors also have opportunity to see colorful endemic species such as peacock. Some insects like stick insects, leaf insects, scorpions and spiders are also displayed in a glass box. Before leaving the park, there will be a souvenir shop where visitors can buy gifts.

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It is recommended place to visit in Bali when you got holidays, where you just book your trip through a reliable travel agent. I believe your trip will be awesome and great experience.

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