[HD video below] The original two-floor Butterfly Garden in
Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 was launched in August 2008, and is
today one of the most well-received and popular features among
travellers at Changi Airport.
The first such garden to be found in an
airport in the world, the 330 sqm garden is designed as a tropical
nature retreat and is home to more than 1,000 free roaming
The Butterfly Garden features a profusion of
flowering plants, lush greenery and a 6-metre grotto-waterfall.
Travellers can enjoy the sight of different tropical butterflies
species during the different seasons of the year, while
educational corners within the garden have been designed give
those interested a deeper understanding of butterflies.
The garden is also home to a collection of
200 carnivorous or insectivorous plants from about 30 species of
Nepenthes - tropical pitcher plants from Southeast Asia,
especially Singapore. These plants have adapted to growing in
nutrient-poor soils by evolving ways of trapping and ‘feeding' on
insects and small animals to obtain nutrients.
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