Monday, April 14, 2014

Butterfly garden in the Changi airport

November 2011

Most airports are a simply a place to survive.  If they are efficient and clean you are lucky.  But the Changi airport in Singapore has an oasis of beauty, a butterfly garden.  

That is the cut pineapple for the butterflies to eat.

They have a beautiful display on the life-cycle of the butterfly, including examples at every stage.

Not just butterflies but tropical plants

The pitcher plant draws flies inside it where they drown and then the plant eats them!

and an indoor waterfall to keep up the humidity

Bonus koi pond nearby :)

Definitely worth your time if you are ever in the airport.  
Big Thanks to Mindy V for all the photos.

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