Exploring Butterflies at Jurong Eco-Garden

Date : 18 Mar 2018
Time : 9.30am to 11am
Location : Meet Simon Chan (HP: 9748-5465) at 9.30 am at JEG’s Butterfly Garden, next to the signage with butterfly pictures.

Open to the Public

The 5-ha Jurong Eco-Garden (JEG) is the green lungs of Clean Tech Park, comprising a hill forest, an earth trail through secondary forest, freshwater swamp vegetation and a rocky stream. It also has a butterfly garden with nectar and host plants. On a good morning, many species can be seen including the Common Birdwing, Tailed Jay, Leopard, Blue Pansy, Grey Pansy, Great Eggfly and Orange Emigrant. In the secondary and hill forests, rarer species such as the Banded Swallowtail, Dark Tit, Fourline Blue and Ambon Onyx have been spotted. 

Things to Bring

Hat, walking shoes and water are advisable. 

Where to Go

Please google ‘Jurong Eco-Garden’ for the area’s map. Accessible by Bus 199. There is an open-air car park at the second entrance to JEG and another at Clean Tech One. 


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