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Jurong Bird Park

The Jurong Bird Park is the largest of its kind in the world (largest bird population of 8000 birds representing 600 species). It is a world-famous zoo for many specimens of bird-life from all over the world. The various exhibits and shows are constantly improved to showcase new species as well as to educate visitors on the interconnection of birds, nature and men.

The park’s latest exhibit is themed “African Wetlands”, which is a new eco-system display that aims to showcase how birds, nature and men can co-exist in our world. Other exhibits in the park allow visitors to feed birds, view pelicans fishing underwater (the world’s 1st underwater viewing gallery) and walk through a nocturnal birdhouse fitted with reverse lighting (simulating night conditions during the day and vice versa). There are bird shows involving mimicking cockatoos and various birds of prey being put through simulated hunts. The latest show is the Birds 'n' Buddies comedy, featuring lots of audience interaction and bird antics!

It is well worth the while to spend some time touring the park in the panorail that runs through it for it gives a great overview and takes you up close to the birds. You'll get to enjoy live commentary onboard as well. You can also opt for a Bird's Eye Tour if travelling in a small group, where besides having your own personal guide, you'll get fantastic photo and feeding opportunities!

Spending a day at the bird park is thoroughly enjoyable. Be it touring the park on the panorail, visiting the shows and exhibits or dining with birds for breakfast, there is always something to do! It is recommended that you spend at least half a day in the park, though for a more complete experience, you'll need a full day.

Getting There

If you have signed up for a tour package that runs a scheduled bus service to and from important Singapore attractions such as the bird park, simply enquire from the tour agency the bus timings.

If travelling by public transport, take a train and alight at Boon Lay MRT station. Transfer to bus service 194 or 251.

There are various pick-up points within the city for bus transfers to the bird park. For bus schedules and additional transport information, click here to visit the Jurong Bird Park website.

Opening Hours & Admission Charges

The bird park is open from 8.30am - 6pm daily.

Adult S$18
Children (3-12 years) S$12

Panorail tickets sold separately for S$5 and S$3 respectively

There are many package deals available, such as the park hopper deal that incorporates the Zoo, Night Safari and the Jurong Bird Park or the Egg-cellent Saver package that incorporates bird feeding and panorail rides.

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