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The Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium in the Rot Fai Park simulates insects' natural habitats with rocks, shady ferns, wild flowers and a waterfall.
The Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium in the Rot Fai Park simulates insects' natural habitats with rocks, shady ferns, wild flowers and a waterfall. It is split into four main sections. The first section is an area with touch-screen computers that give an introduction to the garden. The second is a mini-theatre where you can see a presentation on insects and their ecological system. The third section is an exhibition room that shows the breeding of insects and butterfly embryos. And finally, the last section is a large cage that displays more than 500 butterflies of 20 different kinds.
Kamphaeng Phet 3 Rd
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