Thinking of what to do with the kids during the September school holiday? Jurong Bird Park is free to enter for all Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Employment Pass holders from September 6 to 15.
Explore the largest bird park in Asia, which is home to 3,500 birds across 400 species. The park is committed towards conservation and has seen success in breeding species like the Malayan black hornbill and the twelve-wired bird of paradise in captivity. Learn more about these feathered friends when you flock on over.
Access to the park is free but you'll have to pay a premium for some areas. Photo by Jurong Bird Park
However, do note that eight sections are gated and you need to pay $2 to $4 for access to these enclosures. These areas include the Indoor Penguin Coast, Waterfall Aviary, Parrot Paradise and the High Flyers Show. Coupons that come in sets of $10 can be purchased on-site for entry to these gated areas. For more information on what do to do at the Jurong Bird Park during the holidays, click here.