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it is located in the Jurong Hill – is the largest bird park in the world and featuring with 8000 birds along with more than 600 species. It was found in 1971 and had managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Jurong Bird Park was the first started by Dr. Goh Keng Swee with the main aim to prefer the exclusive leisure area for the residents of Jurong. However, Dr. Goh might know that this park would become the world-renowned attraction that provides more than 900,000 visitors each year. Even, there are many tourists who visiting Singapore just to visit this open-air park concept along with so many rare birds here. So, there are many great things to do and see in this place.
Visit World's Largest Bird Park in Jurong Bird Park
The Waterfall Aviary has tall around 35 meters along with the tallest man-made indoor waterfalls in the planet, represent the environment of the tropical rainforest. You are able to enjoy this beautiful aviary passing the suspended bridge or you just observing the rare birds from the Hut as well. In every day around d10:30 am to 2:30 pm, then the keepers will come to feed these birds and when you talking to them. You are able to see the wildness of colorful flights by many vibrant starlings, Turacos with their beautiful hairdos and other unique species as well.
As its name implied, Penguin Coast is the house for distinguishing species of cute Penguin. Such as Humboldt Penguin, King Penguin, African Penguin, Atlantic Puffins and so on. There are the 30 meters of glass offer you with their view along with area spread to 1630 sqm. The lighting and temperature inside the enclosure are well maintained to suit with the Penguins' environment and for recreation, you can see the penguins play around in the 500 kgs of ice which been unloaded in every morning.
Lory Loft has bowl-shaped – this is the walk-in flight aviary where you are able to see the Loris and Lorikeets in beautiful colors, parrots and so on. There is the two feeding tower in the center of aviary where you are able to feed them with a combination of hiney, Lory dray mix, and water – this is can be your unforgettable activity as well.
The underwater viewing of Pelican becomes the first of its kind in the Jurong Bird Park and show off the cosmopolitan collection along with many different species, such as African pink, backed, Dalmatian Brown, American White, and so on. You are able to see them in their natural habitat and see them swimming and diving during the daily session as well.
In the Flamingo Lake, you are able to find out the big flock of this pink life by witnessing they drinking in the shallow pool or you just walking around. Between the different species of Flamingo that live here, some of them are Lesser Flamingos, Greater Flamingos, Caribbean Flamingos and so on.
How to Get Tickets?
There are several ticket options that you can choose, one of the most flexible tickets is 'skip the line' that provides you with the unlimited access go to the hop on and hop off inside the park. Or you are able to purchase the combo ticket that allows you to get priority access to the Jurong Bird Park, including of the Night Safari.
How To Get Around?
Similar to other parks, the best way to enjoy the scenery and observe anything here by walking through every section – offer you with a different experience. However, you are also able to take the tram ride that passes all of the sections.
What Should I Wear?
You can wear any casual and comfortable outfit, such as jins with the shirt to make your trip here become more fun. Ensure that you wear comfortable shoes because you might need a lot of walks.
Best Time to Visit
This is all year round attraction and opens every day from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. If you want something quieter environment, then you have to avoid the peak season during the weekend or holiday season.
Will I Need a Guide?
Hiring a guide is welcome if your travel was provided by the guide. However, you might be able to download the map first to make you do not get lost inside, plus there is clear information for every section.
How To Get There?
You can take public transportations to bring you to this location, such as you can take the MRT in the Green Line then you have to transit to the bus with number 194.