Synopsis
A wide variety of birds from all over the world and four walk-in aviaries (including one with the tallest man-made waterfall and another with elevated boardwalk and suspension bridges), make the BirdPark an attractive place to visit especially if you love birds. Don’t miss the bird shows, especially the Birds of Prey Show.

How much time you will need: 4 to 6 hours.

What we thought of it: Whether you are a bird-lover, the BirdPark is a great place to see a large variety of birds in a beautiful park.
Address & Contact Information
Addr: 2 Jurong Hill
Singapore 628925

Tel: (65) 6265 0022

Email: info@birdpark.com.sg
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Page created on 5 Nov 2007
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Review
Be prepared to be captivated by some of the most beautiful birds found in the BirdPark including the flamingos, scarlet ibises, birds of paradise, the hornbills and toucans, etc., all of whom can be seen up close.
As soon as you enter into the BirdPark, the Penguin Expedition catches your attention straight away. Set in the style of a ship, you can observe the King Penguins and other penguin species on land and underwater, swimming in all gracefulness.
Walk along the Fuji Hawk Walk towards the Birds of Prey Show and you will find a close-up display of eagles, vultures and owls. The Birds of Prey Show leaves you awestruck as the magnificent predators swoop over you, almost touching your hair. Who would have thought that these kings of the skies could be trained to entertain! It is certainly one of the more memorable and interesting shows.
If you enjoy interacting with the birds, head for the Lory Loft and feed the colourful, friendly Lories. The Lory Loft is the fourth walk-in aviary of the BirdPark and the world’s largest Lory flight aviary. With an elevated boardwalk and suspension bridges, it’s also good enough just to wander around without feeding the Lories. And you can stop for a snack or a cup of coffee and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Once at the BirdPark, a must-visit is the Waterfall Aviary. It is the world’s largest walk-in aviary and has the highest man-made waterfall that is over 30 metres high. Experience the cooling effect of the waterfall; and look for the starlings and bee-eaters nesting, feeding and bathing. If you’ve not been into a tropical rainforest, you can get a taste of it at the Waterfall Aviary.
If you have kids, do make some time for the Splash N Slide Station – a playground that has dry and wet zones without a wade pool.

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Tips
Contribute at least $2 at the Lory Loft and feed the Lories with nectar – they’ll land on your hands to feed!

If you are more adventurous, age 12 years or older; and have $120 to spare, you can be a falconer interacting with the birds of prey! Up to 6 persons allowed each time and booking is required.

Things to Bring
Drinking water - drinks can be costly here. An umbrella is useful for rain or hot sun. A mosquito repellent for the occasional mozzies. For kids – a change of clothes if you are taking them to the Splash N Slide Station.

Opening Times
Opening times: 8:30 am to 6 pm

Best time to go: Early morning and mid-afternoon to catch the Birds of Prey Show and the Birds 'n Buddies Show at 10 am and 11 am, repeated at 3 pm and 4 pm.

Admission Fees
Entrance is $18 per adult and $12 per child (3 to 12 years old). Panorail ride is $5 per adult and $3 per child.

There is an Egg-cellent Saver for admission, panorail rides and Lory Loft Bird Feeding:
• $23 per adult and $15 per child

Free admission on the actual day of your birthday! Just show proof of identification. You'll also get 10% off retail and food & beverage, and a free scoop of ice-cream.

There is a Park Hoppers special (entrance only) - rates are from 8 November 2010:
• $58 per adult and $38 per child -  if you intend to visit the Zoo, Night Safari and Bird Park.
• $42 per adult and $28 per child - if you are visiting the Night Safari and Bird Park.
• $42 per adult and $28 per child - if you are visiting the Night Safari and Zoo.
• $32 per adult and $21 per child - if you are visiting the Zoo and Bird Park.

The visits to all 3 attractions can be on different days and the Park Hoppers ticket is valid for 1 month from date of purchase.

How to Get There
By Taxi - All taxi drivers know the Jurong BirdPark. This is the fastest and easiest way to get there.

By MRT – Alight at Boon Lay Station (East-West Line) and take bus number 194 or 251 at the Boon Lay Bus Interchange.

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