Win tickets to the country's first indoor butterfly sanctuary @ Singapore Science Centre!

Win tickets to the country's first indoor butterfly sanctuary @ Singapore Science Centre!

Butterfly lovers unite! Here's a complete guide to Singapore's first indoor butterfly sanctuary. 3 lucky winners also stand a chance to win a set of family tickets! Read on to find out how you can win!

Science Centre Singapore

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Calling all butterfly lovers, the Science Centre Singapore (SCS) has launched Singapore's first indoor butterfly sanctuary; Butterflies Up-Close!

Open to public from 30 April, this exhibition is the latest addition to SCS's life sciences offerings. It was also brought together by the partnership between SCS and Sentosa's Butterfly and Insect Kingdom (BIK).

Upon entering the gallery, visitors will be greeted with the fascinating information on butterflies, caterpillars as well as the other insects. There are even detailed displays of the life cycle of a butterfly!

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science centre singapore

The exhibition also features a really huge and pretty art piece that is completely made up of real butterfly wings! Can you guess how many wings are there in total? Don't worry, no butterflies were harmed in the making of this!

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There are over 4000 wings in this centrepiece... all carefully positioned to create a beautiful work of art.

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In addition, there are interactive exhibits and information panels that will be suitable for the little ones such as the "Caterpillar Camouflage" and "Life Cycle Video".

Butterfly Pupating and Emergence at Butterflies Up-Close

Warning Camouflage at Butterflies Up-Close

Plus, there is also a giant caterpillar model that you can ride on.

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Click on the next page to find out how you can win tickets to catch the Indoor Butterfly Sanctuary!

Over 500 tropical butterflies awaits at the sanctuary, which come with interactive touch points and live displays.

The sanctuary only features lowland butterflies as these butterflies are suitable for Singapore's climate which has a temperature of 28-29 degrees celsius. The most common butterfly on display would be the Common Mormon, a swallowtail butterfly that is also widely distributed across the asian region.

The Common Mormon at Butterflies Up-Close

With over 500 tropical butterflies, be prepared to feast your eyes on nature's most beautiful insect. The butterflies are also really friendly so don't be surprised if they land on your head! Heads up, they're attracted to sweet scents.

The Swift Peacock at Butterflies Up-Close

The Clipper at Butterflies Up-Close

Aside from butterflies, the sanctuary also features pupae! You may even see a butterfly emerging from one of them!


So bring the whole family down to witness the beautiful butterflies at Singapore's very first indoor butterfly sanctuary! It is important to note that the tickets do not include admission to the Science Centre Singapore.

Location: Science Centre Singapore, Hall D

Operating hours: 10am - 6pm

Pricing: $10 (not inclusive of Science CentreSingapore  admission)

Don't miss out the Science Centre Singapore's newly introduced Explorer Pass which is great value for money!

  • $24 Adult,
  • $20 Child (3-12 years old)
  • valid only for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents

The Explorer Pass includes entry to Science Centre Singapore plus 2 of the attractions below:

  • Human Body Experience Exhibition
  • Butterfly Up-Close Exhibition
  • Omni-Theatre
  • Snow City

Wait, did we mention we're giving away tickets?

3 lucky winners stand a chance to win a set of 4 family tickets! Simply enter your details below and winners will be picked soon.

Good luck!


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Written by

Aisyah Amin

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