Jurong Bird Park Singapore is Singapore’s multi-award winning rainforest shangri-la. Asia’s largest bird park is home to over 5,000 birds. Make some vibrantly colourful new feathered friends and visit some of the world’s most renowned aviaries.
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- Asia’s Largest Bird Park - Home To Over 5,000 birds from 400 species
- View The Jurong Falls - One Of The World’s Tallest Man Made Waterfall
- Meet Penguins, Lories, Flamingos, Owls, Pelicans, Parrots & Much More!
Spanning 49 acres in the West of Singapore, the Jurong Bird Park is one of Singapore’s 4 zoos. Home to over 5,000 birds from 400 species, it is Asia’s Largest Bird Park and is segregated into 17 unique zones and aviaries. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll amongst some of the most renowned bird sanctuaries in the world or ride the air-conditioned Panorail for a non-humid panorama of the rainforest and bird park. The bird zoo presents a vibrantly colourful world and gives visitors an unparalleled opportunity to get up close and personal with the feathered residents - including hand feeding them & chatting with them!
The zones that make up the Jurong Bird Park are :
African Waterfall Aviary
The 2nd largest walk-in aviary in the world at 2 hectares, the misty, mysterious habitat that has a magical feeling in the air is one of the most popular attractions at Jurong Bird Park. It is home to 600 birds, 100 species of plants and a 30-meter waterfall - one of the world’s tallest man-made waterfalls! Meet star attractions such as turacos and guinea fowls and enjoy a walk along a suspension bridge for some of the most Instagram-friendly photos you’ll ever take! The sound of water gushing below your feet makes the area even more exciting, instantly transporting you to those Amazon jungles.
Whilst you can’t travel 65 million years into the past, you can meet the descendants of the legendary dinosaurs. The park has a dedicated section for birds that dont fly - including ostriches, emus and rheas.
Wings of Asia
The Wings of Asia is a free flight aviary (birds fly freely) dedicated to the most exotic and endangered species of SouthEast Asian birds. It has the largest collection of SouthEast Asian birds in the world at a number topping 200 and the journey into the Asian rainforest is one that should not be missed. The aviary has a simulated thunderstorm at noon each day followed by a light drizzle keeping the temperature cool and the air moist.
Standing 9 stories high and 32 square feet large, the rainforest valley resembling one in the Australian outback offers a unique viewpoint of the thousands of lories and lorikets that call it home. The bridge offers a 360 degree elevated view of the aviary which is stunning when the colourful lories fly by.
Flamingo Lake & Flamingo Pool
Singapore has its own version of Africa’s wild heart in the form of Flamingo Lake and Flamingo Pool, home to the Greater and Lesser Flamingos as well as Chilean and Caribbean Flamingos. Easily the most photographed birds in the park, these stunning birds are truly a sight for sore eyes as you watch them strutting around.
Visit the Penguin Coast to meet all 5 species of penguins, from Macaronis to the great King Penguins. Designed to resemble the hull of a ship and constructed from timber beams, the penguin coast will showcase penguins laughing, jumping from water onto blocks of ice, fish, and breeding. The underwater viewing gallery is an amazing experience - watching the penguins dive into the water to fish. Take part in the feeding programs yourselves with feedings happening at 10.30 AM and 3.30 PM daily.
World of Darkness
This aviary is truly one of a kind - turning day into night! Asia’s first nocturnal bird house reverses the lighting and gives you a unique opportunity to see nocturnal birds like herons and owls. A stroll through the world of darkness is akin to a quiet walk along a jungle path in the cool night air under twinkling stars.
The Cove houses all 7 species of pelicans including the highly endangered Dalmatian pelican. Similarly to the Penguin Coast, visitors can visit the underwater viewing gallery - a world’s first for pelicans - to see them scooping up fish at feeding time.
With over 32 aviaries dedicated to parrots from multiple species, the Jurong Bird Park has the largest collection of parrots in Asia. Watch them perform acrobatics and have a chat with them as they mimic your voice and sounds.
Discover the beauty and grace of the black and white swans on swan lake. Keep an eye out for some ugly ducklings as true to the fabled children’s story - many of them eventually bloom into beautiful swans.
Hop across the Pacific and be transported to a South American tropical rainforest where you will be greeted by the striking toucan and watch out for the brightly coloured tanager and red-crested cardina.
Other exhibits at the bird park include Birds of prey, Heliconia Walk, Hornbill & Toucans Exhibit, The Riverine, Royal Ramble, Window on Paradise.
Whilst there are a number of attractions that keep you busy while you’re exploring the Jurong Bird Park, you’re also likely to come across a few special adventures, experiences that are truly unique. Start off by feeding a lorikeet, one of the most beautiful and colourful birds on the planet. These friendly creatures eat right out of your hand leaving you mesmerized with their grace and poise. You can also get your very own grandmaster painting, one that is painted by possibly the greatest living artist (sulphur-crested cockatoo) alive.
High Flyers Show
The high flyers show holds the enviable record of having the world’s largest number of performing birds in a single act. Starring the salmon-crested cockatoo, pelicans, parrots and hornbills, this must-see spectacle culminates in you having a chance to take a photo with flamingos up close.
Kings Of The Skies Show
The majestic show that features the predatory kings of the skies - eagles, hawks & falcons.
Jurong Bird Park
2 Jurong Hill
- Opening hours 8:30am - 6pm daily.
- Child ticket is valid for 3-12 years old.
- Free admission for children below the age of 3 years
- Jurong Bird Park is accessible via the MRT by taking the East-West (Green) line to Boon Lay Station (EW27) and taking connecting public services (251) or taxi services.
- The Panorail tram is air conditioned and can be hopped onto/ off at the stations on the path.
- Shows start punctually and we recommend settling in 15 minutes before the start time.
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