Entopia started off as a butterfly farm and is today more than triple it's original size. Filled with life butterflies, insects and reptiles it is indeed one of the must visit attractions in Penang. It's appealing to both the young and old.
In view of the recent rise of the Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) cases in Penang, Entopia shall emphasise on the importance of maintaining high standards of environmental hygiene to minimise the risk of HFMD. Parents, guardians and teachers should ensure that their children adopt good hygiene practices such as frequent washing of hands with soap and water for example, before eating and after going to the toilet; covering mouth and nose with tissue paper when coughing or sneezing, and throwing the tissue away into a bin immediately and do not share especially food/drinks and eating utensils with others. For public safety, children with HFMD should remain at home until all the blisters have dried up. During this period, contact with other children should be avoided. The affected child should not be brought to any public or crowded places.
Entopia reserves the rights to restrict any admission from visiting groups and individuals if deemed necessary.
Terms and conditions in the Entopia general park rules apply.