Considered a bird watchers paradise, Jurong Bird Park in fabulous Singapore is the world's largest. With more than an astounding 600 different kinds of species, the park provides a wide array of shows and attractions that are sure to educate even the most avid bird-watcher.
Whether it is the 'Birds of Prey' exhibit, which shows eagles and falcons soaring above, the 'Penguin Exhibition,' with more than 200 penguins and multiple species, or the insightful realm of flightless birds, one of the enjoyable qualities of the park is that many of the exhibits are as educational as they are visually stimulating.
Similarly, with the Children's Parrot Show located at the Pools Amphitheatre, where the kids can see four beautiful and diverse kinds of parrots perform tricks for them, there is little reason to skip out on the landscaped wonderment of the park.
The Jurong Bird Park was fabulous, the shows were great, not to be missed! Try to avoid public holidays as it was bedlam. The guide was great to keep us all together within the crowd.
Jurong Bird Park was great, we went on a 4 hour tour. They did a great job. A 4 hour tour only gives you 3 hours at the park, NOT ENOUGH TIME. We went back by ourselves and not so rushed and saw much more. Recommend doing the bird park.
Jurong Bird Park is really, really worth visiting. I had fun feeding the colourful lorries at the loft and in watching the bird show at the amphitheatre.
Jurong Bird Park is on the western side of Singapore Island. Get around the park by elevated monorail or stroll along leafy landscaped walkways.
The best way to get here is by using the park’s pick-up bus service from Orchard Road. You could also take the MRT train to Boon Lay station, then catch bus 194 or 251 for the final short stretch to the park.