It is one of the two butterfly gardens in Puerto Princesa where the local butterflies are collected. Here you can walk and watch various butterflies flying lightly. Before entering the park, you can also see a short film introducing the life cycle of this beautiful creature.
Outside is a butterfly garden, with wonderful performances of aboriginal arts inside. Hunting activities have been banned throughout the Philippines. The indigenous people who originally used hunting as their economic income continued to perform their skills in the butterfly garden. Make fire, repel mosquitoes, and play, among which the bamboo pole blowing and shooting darts are a bit shocking, and each is a sharpshooter.
The garden is small, a typical attraction! However, it is very interesting to see the butterflying process completely! Inside the life performance area of the local Tu people, educational significance! The locals are very simple, good at picking up gold, and enthusiastic and loving!
Mainly local butterfly species, with introductions, living creatures, large numbers, and indigenous performances.
As the name suggests, the butterfly garden contains a collection of various butterflies from the Philippines. It is very beautiful. There are also local performances in the garden. It is very suitable for bringing children to learn about the types and habits of butterflies.