Located at Jurong Hill, the Jurong Bird Park is an attraction that you shouldn’t miss when visiting the beautiful country of Singapore.
Covering a vast area of more than 200,000 square meters and being home to almost 5,000 animals and 380 different species, it is considered as one of the biggest and most significant wildlife parks in Asia.
Jurong Bird Park Singapore, Opening Hours, Ticket Prices & Map
As you would expect, the numerous aviaries are the biggest drawcard to Jurong Bird Park. Waterfall Aviary is one of the most popular destinations in the park as there are more than 50 species of free-flying birds located here. You will also have the chance to see the well-known 30-metre-high waterfall, which gives his name to the aviary.
Make sure you go and see the various other aviaries on site including the Southeast Asian Birds Aviary which, as the name suggests, hosts a wide variety of Southeast birds such as pigeons and fruit doves. In the Lory Loft aviary, you will find yourself in a 9-storey high aviary that replicates a rainforest where you can walk beside more than 1,000 colourful free-flying lories and feed them.
There is heaps more to the bird parks than just the various aviaries. Check out Penguin Coast where you can watch five different species of penguin in an indoor climate-controlled environment. You will also see gulls and various types of ducks all around the coast. Afterwards, head to the Dinosaur Descendants exhibit where you can view ostriches, rheas, emus and cassowaries.
If you need to rest your feet, take a break and watch one of the many shows. The High Flyers Show is where birds show their unusual talents and the King of the Skies show features powerful eagles, hawks and falcons.
There are also playgrounds, cafes, restaurants, gift shop, lockers and free Wifi available for visitors.