5 Reasons to Visit Butterflies Up-Close

Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting, small but approachable, butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life.  And everyone deserves a little sunshine.  
-Jeffrey Glassberg, American biologist who revolutionise the pursuit of butterflies with an emphasis on observation in the field

Butterflies Up-Close was a recently opened exhibition at Science Centre Singapore which invites you to experience the fascinating transformation of a butterfly from an egg to a beautiful winged adult.

Here’s 5 reasons why you need to pay a visit to Butterflies Up-Close!

  1. Indoor Butterfly Sanctuary

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    Enjoy the charm of the fluttering butterflies, rain or shine!
  2. Up-Close and Personal Encounter

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    Observe these beauties up-close and personal. Don’t be surprised when butterflies land on you while you stroll around the live enclosure!
  3. Hundreds of Butterflies

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    Be immersed in live enclosure with the hundreds of butterflies (16 species)!
  4. Strong Educational Value

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    Plenty of interactive exhibits to promote learning in a fun and engaging manner.
  5. Ideal for Family Bonding and Recreation

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    Spend quality family time which is enriching at the same time!

Want to know more about Butterflies Up-Close and its exhibition build process? Check out the previous blog post here.

4 responses to 5 Reasons to Visit Butterflies Up-Close

  1. Nopparat Thepthepa says:

    Hi!!!

    Today I went to see the Butterfiles Up-Close exhibition. I had a real Up-Close experience for my visit. What impressed me the most was having chance to see butterflies came out from cocoons. It was really amazing to see how they came out and waited for drying their wings before they can make their flights. The explainer was very friendly and informative. The exhibition is well designed with different media that provide hands-on experience. I could see how kids were excited to going around the exhibition and had a real butterflies on their arms. Even though I’m not kids but I also really enjoyed my time at the exhibition. Well done and want to see more.

    Cheers,

    Liked by 1 person

    • Goh Kiat Teng says:

      Thanks for leaving a comment here, Nopparat. It’s great that you have enjoyed your visit!

      Like

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