Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is the largest butterfly garden in the world, with an area spanning over 80,000 square feet that houses over five thousand live butterflies and their host plants. The garden landscape is planned based on a natural rainforest environment. This building also showcases other attractions such as a koi fish pond and an exhibition of live insects from around the world.
In this Learning Experience, we will see how the knowledge of biotic and abiotic factors in a natural environment can be applied in man-made inventions. This Learning Experience is suitable for learners Lower Secondary students Year 3 and above.