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Thousands enjoy Saudi Arabia’s first butterfly garden

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Author: FOUZIA KHANSat, 2017-03-25ID: 1490392617155297400
JEDDAH: Thousands of people have visited the first butterfly garden in the Kingdom since its opening last week at the Flowers and Garden Festival in Yanbu, which will stay open until April 10.
Manager Anas Al-Hawsawi told Arab News the goal of the garden is to be part of Vision 2030 by providing entertainment to citizens
and enhance domestic travel and tourism.
He said visitors can hold butterflies in their hands with the help of assistants, and children can learn and observe the life-cycle of butterflies.
“In a family atmosphere, all the members of the family can enjoy watching the beauty of the butterfly and take nice photos with them for their memories,” said Al-Hawsawi.
The garden has a capacity of almost 200 visitors, who can enjoy butterflies, exotic plants and ferns, thousands of which have been planted. The garden contains seven kinds and sizes of butterfly, and the entry fee is SR30 ($8). 
Main category: Saudi Arabia

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