All Hail #13thMonth: Mengajak Bayi Bermain Kupu-Kupu

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Mengajak Bayi Bermain Kupu-Kupu; Ini adalah video ketika All Hail mengunjungi Penang Butterfly Farm, yang saat ini lebih dikenal dengan nama ENTOPIA by Penang Butterfly Farm. All Hail sudah berusia satu tahun lebih sebulan atau #13thMonth.

Ceritanya ini adalah liburan hari raya Idul Fitri 2017 yang tertunda. All Hail bersama orang tuanya pergi berlibur sekalian mengunjungi neneknya di Penang, Malaysia. Ini merupakan pertama kalinya All Hail berjumpa dengan neneknya. Karena sejak lahir di Surabaya, All Hail belum pernah berjumpa dengan neneknya yang tinggal di Penang saat ini.

Salah satu tempat istimewah di Penang adalah Butterfly Farm. Karena orang tua All Hail dulu pernah berkunjung kesana, jadi liburan kali ini All Hail diajak mengunjungi Penang Butterfly Farm bersama orang tua dan neneknya.

Video ini adalah dokumentasi ketika All Hail bersama orang tua dan neneknya mengunjungi Penang Butterfly Farm. Kalau kalian ingin tahu bagaimana lokasinya dan bagaimana suasana di sana, silahkan melihat dan menikmati video ini sampai selesai. Silahkan kalian komentari videonya, kalian like, kalian favoritkan, kalian subscribe juga dan jangan lupa untuk di-share di sosial media kalian agar teman-teman kalian juga tahu tentang Penang Butterfly Farm.

Ketika All Hail tiba di Penang Butterfly Farm, orang tua All Hail sedikit heran karena nama tempatnya sudah berubah, yaitu menjadi ENTOPIA by Penang Butterfly Farm. Karena sedikit heran, jadilah orang tua All Hail menulis cerita tentang ENTOPIA berikut ini;

Entopia began its journey with David Goh, a young teacher with interest and passion for butterflies. Simply inspired, he set out to establish a tropical butterfly farm as a tourist destination in Penang. In 1986, this self-taught entomologist, founded the tropical world’s first butterfly and insect sanctuary, known as the Penang Butterfly Farm.

Over the years, Penang Butterfly Farm had been visited by more than 5 million local and international visitors, and it became the pride and joy of Penang. During its prime, it garnered many awards and was voted by visitors of TripAdvisor, acclaiming to be one of the best destinations in Penang.

  • 1986: Penang Butterfly Farm (PBF), the Tropical World’s First Live Butterfly & Insect Sanctuary opens to public and received over 200,000 visitors in a year.
  • 1988: Received the Malaysian Tourism Gold Award (The Best Tourist Attraction) Merit Award by Minister of Culture & Tourism Malaysia and Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia.
  • 1990: Received the Malaysian Tourism Gold Award (The Best Tourist Attraction) Merit Award by Minister of Culture, Art & Tourism Malaysia and Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia
  • 1991: Awarded the PATA Gold Award (Special Commendation) by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).
  • 1996: PBF received more than 2 million visitors in its 10 years of operation. Awarded the Best Tourist Attraction by Penang State Tourism Industry Committee
  • 1998: The birth of PBF Nature Education Programmes.
  • 2000: PBF hosted the 4th International Conference of Butterfly Exhibitors and Suppliers (ICBES).
  • 2006: PBF received more than 3.5 million visitors in its 20 years of operation.
  • 2008: PBF hosted the 2nd Asian Lepidoptera Conservation Symposium (ALCS). Completion of Changi Airport Butterfly Garden consultancy project. Awarded as one of the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Penang by Guang Ming Daily.
  • 2009: PBF hosted the 9th International Conference of Butterfly Exhibitors and Suppliers (ICBES).
  • 2010: Voted as the #1 Most Popular Attraction in Penang on TripAdvisor.
  • 2011: PBF underwent a major renovation and reopened to public in the same year. Awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor, and nominated by the Malaysian government for the Malaysia Tourism Award 2010-2011.
  • 2012: PBF begin researching into local firefly species and implemented the first captive breeding of fireflies in Malaysia.
  • 2014: Groundbreaking ceremony of Entopia.
  • 2015: By its 29th year of operation, PBF had received over 5 million visitors. PBF closed from public to undergo a major redevelopment and rebranded itself into Entopia; a nature learning destination. Completion of Konya Tropical Butterfly Garden consultancy project. Launch of the “Bug Rover”, Entopia’s outreach vehicle.
  • 2016: Grand Opening of the new Entopia nature learning facility in Penang.
  • 2017: Awarded the “InPenang Best Transformed Tourist Attraction Award”. Awarded the “Biggest Green Wall” in Malaysia by The Malaysia Book of Records. Visited by Afietadi All Hail Hayatuna for the first time. Awarded the “PAM Silver Award under Commercial Low Rise” by the Malaysian Institute of Architects. Launched the One Plant At A Time (OPAAT) as its CSR campaign.

 

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