Singapore”s Changi International Airport has opened a Butterfly Garden right in the centre of Terminal 3”s Transit Mall.
The garden has been designed as a tropical nature retreat, and is home to more than 1,000 free roaming butterflies.
A variety of 47 species that are native to Singapore and Malaysia were specially selected for the garden, which is kept as close to the butterflies” natural habitat as possible.
Travel Daily News quoted Lim Hwee Hua, senior minister of state for finance and transport, as saying: "The Butterfly Garden is a unique attraction designed to complement Terminal 3”s nature theme and Singapore”s tropical garden image.
"Passengers will have a tranquil haven offering a respite from the stresses of traveling."
Singapore Changi Airport serves flights to more than 180 cities in over 50 countries.
It is estimated that after Terminal 3”s recent opening, Changi Airport will have an annual handling capacity of more than 70 million passengers.
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