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Kep Butterfly Farm

#4 of 22 things to do in Kep Features Animals
Jasmine Valley Trail | Kep Village, Kep 07503, Cambodia
+855 88 488 4522
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Full-Day Adventure to Kep Province from Phnom Penh
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Jasmine Valley Trail | Kep Village, Kep 07503, Cambodia
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Reviewed May 1, 2017

Extremely rough tuk tuk ride to the Farm, bumpy dirt road most of the way. Funny though, all part of the experience. Small walk through butterfly area, and not a lot of variety. I expected more. Pleasant enough and still a work in progress.

Thank Dood50
Reviewed March 20, 2017

accidently stumbled upon this place after exiting the national park. it's all free but you're free to donate. they have one big area with butterflies in it and ouside of that there is a small building with an exhibition about the butterflies and catterpillers. the...More

Thank Marijn K
Reviewed March 19, 2017

The butterfly farm is well worth the drive over a rough primitively road. The farm has butterfly houses, well stocked with local varieties. It's certainly worth a visit. I did get a chuckle out of TA's question if this would be a good cold day...More

Thank ylorose
Reviewed March 18, 2017

A must see if you're in Kep. Peacefull and interesting! Lots of stunningly beautifull butterflies in very well maintained surroundings. Entrance fee is at your discretion so please be generous as it's well worth a couple of $. Easily accessible by motorbike; a 10-15 min...More

Thank Denis P
Reviewed March 11, 2017 via mobile

A small paradise in Kep. Friendly people who love their job and research. Incredible process of every new butterfly birth.

Thank Olesya R
Reviewed March 10, 2017

Well worth the climb up the steep path by car, foot or tuk tuk (in our case car). Beautiful gardens and scenery. Great selection of colourful butterflies and wonderful photo opportunities to be had. Would recommend this one whilst in Kep. Angela and Scott Raworth...More

Thank Angela R
Reviewed March 6, 2017

This is a delightful little garden nestling in a hollow on the eastern slopes of the Kep National Park. You can reach it off a steep but short path off the loop road around the Park; so it makes a nice way to end a...More

Thank Giles W
Reviewed February 27, 2017

Worth a couple hours of your time, very interesting place. Entry is on a donation system and a tuck tuck should run you $5-10 depending on your bartering skills. We could have stayed longer but very cool.

Thank Nick R
Reviewed February 9, 2017 via mobile

Amazing gardens in a remote area. Well worth the trip to spend some time with the butterflies in their enclosure.

Thank Tricia G
Reviewed February 5, 2017

Hidden in the hills of Kep National Park, is this beautiful oasis of peace and beauty, not just the gorgeous butterflies, but also the whole surrounding gardens, with shaded picnic huts for lunch and resting afterwards. Take a tuk-tuk, and ignore those comments in other...More

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Response from anjakeen | Reviewed this property |
It's on a donation basis. Whatever you want to give is up to you. Enjoy!
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