Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park
4.5
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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.
Duration: 2-3 hours
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Shed S
Singapore, Singapore102 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
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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Bristraveller3870
373 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
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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alpatdunc
Northern Beaches, Australia105 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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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schmidtmg
Switzerland1,090 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Jurong Bird Park takes about 45-50 minutes to reach from downtown Singapore on the East -West MRT line and then a local bus. The 30 minutes bird show at 11 am or 3 pm with toucans, parrots and other birds which perform sometimes very advanced tricks should not be missed. Otherwise take your time to stroll around the park with its numerous large aviaries. The park helps protect endangered species and birds in many parts of the world, and its research and breeding facility can also be visited - very interesting.
Written January 14, 2020
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wesleywaisiu
Singapore, Singapore2,200 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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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k.d.o
Singapore, Singapore80 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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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NellyC76
Greater Bendigo, Australia487 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
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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birdman222015
Darfield, New Zealand145 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
It is a ways out to see Juron in the west ... rumour from the cabbie (we took the MRT then a cab ) is it is to be moved closer to the Singapore Zoo rather than birds to the west and the zoo to the north . The walk through sections are very nice go early and get in to the feeding satins to see the birds close up .. The hornbills can be difficult to see as the mesh is tight but are impressive. I saw 2 species in the wild in Malaysia but too see the Rhino Horbill close was good. it is good spot
Written January 17, 2020
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Marvelash
Solihull, UK9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
One of the best outside the UK.a rich and varied collection of birds not seen usually in other bird parks.
Inteeractive and funny shows, see some of the amazing birds closer to you and nature. A must visit whilst in Singapore...
There is a pizza Hut in the park!

Usually takes atleast couple of hours to see the park, take the tram if you are tired or its hot. Don't miss the vultures
Written January 15, 2020
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NZTraveller666
New Zealand101 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
We did the night safari tram ride and it's just as well we got there early and took one of the early trams as by the end of the nearly 1 hour ride, it was completely dark and hard to see anything. Most of the ride was really good, one or two of the creatures couldn't be seen even in the daylight, but that's animals for you - hide when we want to look! If you really want to see everything, go earlier and walk around yourself. I believe there is a hop-on/hop off tram I don't know what time it starts and it is considerably dearer than the full-circle tram ride, which doesn't start till 7.30pm (but get there early and book, then wait in the queue).
Written February 11, 2020
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