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.
Where is it?
2 Jurong Hill, Singapore
When is it open?
8:30am to 6pm (last entry 5:30pm), 365 days a year.
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.