Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park, Singapore: Hours, Address, Jurong Bird Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Jurong Bird Park
4.5
Nature & Wildlife Areas
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8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
About
Fly in to Asia's largest bird paradise and feast your senses on over 3500 colourful birds across 400 species. Spanning over 20.2 Hectares of naturalistic habitats and giant walk-in aviaries, enjoy close interactions with the feathered residents at daily feeding sessions and be tickled by their show-stopping antics in exciting bird shows. Enjoy sumptuous Asian buffet lunch in the company of talented parrots and get wild and wet at the kids-friendly bird-themed playground.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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from $34.55
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Krubee
Singapore, Singapore507 contributions
Jul 2020
I've been to Jurong Bird park many times in fact I couldn't remember. Whenever I have friends and families visiting me or with my friend here in SG or just by myself this is one of my go to favorite destinations. Built in 1971 it was first located in Jurong Hills then moved to Mandai Lake in 2020, in the Western part of Singapore with an area of 20 Hectares and shelters about 12,000 animals this is one of the world's best and most beautiful bird parks. Exhibits in the park include the Waterfall Aviary, with one of the world's tallest man made waterfalls at 30 meters nestled in the middle of a tropical like forest with streams and real life suspension bridge that gives you a panoramic view of the falls. The Aviary mainly focus on African birds which are free flying within the Aviary. The Dinosaur descendants houses large extant and flightless birds that include Crane, Ostriches, Cassowary to name a few. Wings of Asia houses about 200 species of Southeast Asian birds with different aviaries. Lorry Loft is the world's largest walk-in aviary at 9 stories high that house over 1000 lorries. Penguin coast houses the King penguin, African, Humboldt penguins etc, which lived in Indoor climate controlled den suitable for Penguins. Pelican cove is a beautiful man made lake that houses different species of Pelicans. There is a board walk also where visitors can view them closely. There are there different types of Flamingo Pool and Lake that houses Greater and Lesser Flamingos as well as the Caribbean Flamingo. And finally the Birds of Prey, where the mighty raptors are based including vultures, hawks and the critically endangered Philippine Eagles, one of the world's largest Eagles and there are two of them located here, which just opened this year. I personally visited this July to witness and support these Amazing birds of prey for the continued sustainability of their species. During my visit the cost of membership is at 39 dollars and gives me a year of membership privilege and free access which is very much worth the price and you're also supporting the birds in captivity inside. Other attractions in the park include shows like King of the Skies (Birds of Prey) and High Flyers (Different birds species). There are plenty of eateries and vending machines inside including drinking water fountain. Shops are available upon exit for your perfect memorabilia and souvenirs. The park itself is very well managed, maintained, clean and to sum it up - very beautiful. Finally, despite me visiting this park a lot of times, each time I go here it still feels my first time - always excited, surprised and delighted. I will surely be back for more :=)
Written July 16, 2020
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Bristraveller3870
396 contributions
Oct 2020 • Family
Have visited several times as have a zoo annual pass.

Parking out the front and accessible by taxi/grab.

We prefer morning as can get very hot abs humid. Take a stroller from young ones or can hire a wagon. Lots of places to stop and have a break. Train available to ride for those who need a rest or have mobility issues. Pretty much attraction is flat with exception of some step inclines/stairs near enclosures.

Bird enclosures are very well maintained, clean and birds look very well cared for

Most shows on hold due to Covid restrictions

Park shop reasonably priced with discounts for zoo annual members
Written October 16, 2020
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wesleywaisiu
Singapore, Singapore2,257 contributions
Jan 2021 • Family
Pay $2.5 promotion price for the 50th year anniversary celebration. The bird park is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Singapore.

The park is not big, but has a bit uphill and downhill, suggest to purchase the tram ticket for moving around the park.

There are a few main attraction have to charge extra $2.5 per entry during the $2.5 promotional period, but the total price still cheaper than the original price.

The bird collection is a lot in the park, really have to spend one full day if you would like to have a look through all the birds there and watch the shows.

There are a few small restaurants with the main attractions, but not many seats for those restaurants, which is a problem there in the park.
Written January 22, 2021
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Shed S
Singapore, Singapore103 contributions
Jan 2021
I went to the Bird Park yesterday. Was so happy for the promotion of $2.50 given by them. My family choose a slot at 2pm.

I have been to Bird Park a few times and it was great back then.

Now, it was like a scam. Most of the exhibition there got this entry fee of $2.50. The water fall, the penguin, the show. Oh my......

It is kind of stupid to do this, luring people to come and then have to pay for the $2.50 each time. The water play is also close.

We were disappointed and left within 2 hours. What a waste of time and travel time. LOUSY.
Written January 31, 2021
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k.d.o
Singapore, Singapore80 contributions
Jan 2021 • Family
We enjoyed the visit after many years since we last visited.

The birds in the various zones are well managed and taken care of. We were able to walk leisurely and view the different types of species.

The safe distancing measures were helpful and effective, and the staff ensured the rules were able to control the crowd.

We are thankful for the prices during this 50th anniversary as it felt worth it for us, as long if you want to visit the zones/shows that you are interested in.
Written January 29, 2021
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Nitwit2015
Greater Noida, India69 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
The park is located slightly outside the city and I found it convenient taking a cab which charged us 18SGD from Farrer park. I was simply amazed to see all the different variety of birds at this park. Ideal place for kids and bird enthusiasts to make them familiar with the different species of birds. The park is huge so I suggest you could take the extra tram pass to make your trip comfortable. Do not miss the high flyer show which showcases the the talents of the parrots and macaus. The park has a few food outlets and sufficient toilets and water filling stations so as to make your trip comfortable. Good to spend a couple of hours bird watching in this magnificent place.
Written February 11, 2020
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Harry V
Leederville, Australia44 contributions
Mar 2020
We very much enjoyed the wonderful bird park, and the extraordinary variety of birds that we were able to view and experience. The aviary was the most impressive, but many of the other exhibits were almost equally impressive. The pink flamingos were spectacular.
The exhibition areas were beautifully designed, and well laid out, with a good guide map to the various areas. The tram ride is worth the S$5 to help get around.We would thoroughly recommend the park for any visitor to Singapore.
Written March 16, 2020
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NellyC76
Greater Bendigo, Australia529 contributions
Feb 2020
We were a little disappointed with the bird park, it felt old and tired. This could possibly due the fact that there are rumours that it is moving out near the zoo. It is quite a long way out, we ended up catching a taxi as the MRT was quite a distance away. We visited in February, just before Covid-19 closed everything down, so tourist numbers were low. We didn't have to wait for anything, numbers were very low. The bird show was great. Hopefully it gets some new life it does move.
Written June 28, 2020
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alpatdunc
Northern Beaches, Australia107 contributions
Jan 2020
This place is fantastic for all ages. They have amazing bird shows that must not be missed. You can spend a whole day here very easily. We took a taxi which was about $20SG but public transport is probably available. We also found out that they are building a whole new bird park near the zoo with new aviaries that will allow the birds more space. I can't wait to go back to see this when it is completed.
Written January 24, 2020
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EuniceTarsicia
Singapore, Singapore163 contributions
Dec 2020 • Couples
We started at 9am and we were done only at about 1.30pm! Overall it was an enjoyable experience despite the hot sun.
Pretty lucky we had a good weather and there were too many people. Not sure if other people took this long to cover the entire park but my partner and I felt that this trip to the bird park was worthwhile :)
Written December 31, 2020
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