Your kids would surely love this place. To see and feel nature and bird life so close is an amazing experience
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About Jurong Bird Park
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Excellent shows and a well kept bird park. The two shows are a must see for all the tourists. It was exhilarating experience for our family. Great
The Jurong Bird Park is definitely impressive. It is so well maintained and well organised. This bird park is home to many bird species and possibly the largest bird park in Asia. You will be amazed and not be disappointed when you visit this bird...More
Generally loved this place full of beautiful birds. The bird show was great - not the sort of thing I go for usually I prefer wild birds but a lot of birds are rescues and their conservation work & breeding endangered species great. I walked...More
Jurong Bird Park is home to numerous birds of the world. It is Asia’s largest bird park with a collection of more than 380 species. The open concept Flamingo Lake is another must-see where hundreds of greater and lesser flamingos strut around one of the most picturesque...More
Colorful , well trained several Birds make this park. Only worry is dry .Lots of varieties of birds flying around creates the aura .
The park was a great experience, great shows, nice features, however, we had one bad experience. Near the entrance, visitors can take pictures with parrots and some other birds. The staff member who organizes the photos (Rachel), was literally yelling at my parents because they...More
I have been going there every year the past 6 years and it is the kids who remember to go, why? No crowd, unique shows with eagle, owl, vulture, talking parrot etc. Suggestions: go earlier 8:30am+ to avoid sunny day: at 12:00 you can have...More
especially wet zone where the kid is playing but some of wet zone like drainage n floor is a bit disappointed ovarall 👋
Experience :- Where Colour Lives - is the tagline of the Jurong Bird Park which I also found to be the most fitting. The many colours (of Birds, it is as though someone higher up in the nature splash a can of paint over them)...More