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Jurong Bird Park

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  • Boon Lay
Jurong Bird Park
Photograph: Derrick See

Time Out says

This top-notch attraction contains 8,000 birds from 600 species. There’s a multitude of exotic and endangered South-East Asian species, alongside pelicans, penguins, flamingoes, ibises, swans, toucans, birds of paradise – and more.

Key attractions include the largest walk-in aviary in the world, where you’ll find a 30m (98ft) man-made waterfall and over 1,500 birds from Africa and South America flying freely within the huge compound. After a $10m revamp in 2006, the park now has an exhibit modelled on the Okvango River in Botswana, complete with storks, cranes, fish, frogs and African-style huts.

Make new feathered friends like Big John, the park’s oldest cockatoo, and Merlin, a yellow-naped Amazon who tells fortunes at the interactive Early Bird Breakfast Show on daily from 8.30am. Bird shows and feeding sessions take place throughout the day. Joint tickets for the BirdPark, Night Safari and Zoo ($58; $38 children) are available at the ticket counter.

What's on?

FREE African Waterfall Aviary
Daily; 9am-6pm,
A more holistic African experience is now on offer within a simulated tropical rainforest. Admire the 30m-high waterfall enclosed within a 35m-high net ceiling, where over 1,000 African birds roam freely. Enjoy a spanking new suspension bridge, observation posts and the new African hut for all your ornithological conquests.

FREE Kings of the Skies Show
Daily; 10am and 4pm (Fuji Hawk Walk)
Not only are they ferocious flying predators, these birds are also very disciplined. Watch the turkey vulture swoop past your ear, the Himalayan griffon vulture climb up a tree and the Brahminy kite eat from chopsticks.

Lunch with Parrots
Daily; Songbird Terrace (Buffet Lunch 12 noon to 2pm, Show at 1.00pm*)
Have lunch with parrots as they show off their smarts and physical dexterity. See how these winged talents mimic sounds, solve puzzles and even paint a masterpiece. Don't worry, the birds will have their own lunch provided.
*Purchase of food and beverage item at Songbird Terrace required to attend the show.

Bird Feeding Programmes*
Daily; 10.30am & 2.30pm (Bee-Eater and Starlings), 10.30am & 3.30pm (Penguins), 2pm (Pelicans)
Like Singaporeans, birds are at their happiest when eating. Time your visit to the park and you’ll get to see a variety of birds catching their meals – literally (Waterfall Aviary, Penguin Expedition, Pelican Cove).
*Bee-Eater and Starlings feeding at $2 per cup and Pelican feeding $2 per packet.

Lory Loft*
Walk through this 9-stories high enclosure that offers a 360° elevated view of lush greenery and gasp as friendly, colourful lories eat right out of your hands. Promise they won't bite, much.
*Lories feeding at $3 per cup.


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