Heavenly Butterflies!

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is a veritable secret paradise where butterflies actually dance nonchalantly in clumps of fern amidst scented beautiful flowers and flowering vines.

 

This is the largest butterfly garden in the world spanning over 80,000 sq ft of landscaped garden with over 5,000 live butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns

Other attractions are Japanese Koi fish, freshwater turtles, live insects and a museum with a large collection of butterflies and insects from around the world.

 

I really enjoyed this place. I’ve never seen so many butterflies together. Beautiful!

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  1. Lindo! Adoro borboletas!😍Quem não gosta, né? A única vez que vi um montão de borboletas juntas foi debaixo de uma macieira (no chão mesmo) em uma das ilhas próximas a Parati. Eu não tinha máquina para registrar na hora, mas a beleza foi inesquecível. Post que faz bem pro olhar, como sempre✨🦋🦋Abraços!

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  2. Meant the black one.

    About the blue one. Our Blessed Mother told one of the young women to whom she had been appearing, “from now on you will see me as a blue butterfly.” You’ve been given a gift.

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  3. I meant the black and white one.

    About the blue one. Our Blessed Mother told one of the young women she had been appearing to, “the only way you will see me from now on will be as a Blue Butterfly.” So I believe you were given a gift.

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