Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is Asia’s largest bird park which opened in 1971. It is spread over 20.2 hectares (202,000 square metres), it has 3500 birds across 400 species, 20% of which are threatened species.

There is plenty of things for families to do at the bird park including various feeding sessions and chit chats throughout the day and also a water park. Lori Loft is very popular as the Lorikeets fly to drink the nectar cups and climb onto you.

There is also a breeding centre where eggs, chicks and young birds are all weaned.

There is a show twice daily in the arena and a Hawk show as well.

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Useful Information:

Where is it?

2 Jurong Hill, Singapore

When is it open?

8:30am to 6pm (last entry 5:30pm), 365 days a year.

Cost

We have an Annual Family Pass for all the Wildlife Reserves in Singapore so we got in as part of our membership.

Normal prices are $30 per adult and $20 per child. If you buy online is advance there is a 15% discount.

Feeding the loris costs $2 for each pot of nectar.

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