Jurong Birds Park, Singapore


We went to Jurong Birds Park, Singapore and it is value for monies. There is 4 bird shows on every day.  Spread across 20.2 hectares in a western corner of Singapore, this sprawling park is Asia’s largest, with a collection of over 5,000 birds from 400 species.

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the Waterfall Aviary, one of the world’s largest walk-in aviaries, home to more than 600 birds and a 30-metre-high waterfall.

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There are other star attractions at this sprawling park, including the world’s largest walk-in lory flight aviary at over nine stories high, where you’ll get close to 15 colourful lory species, and the impressive Penguin Coast where you’ll find many species of these flightless birds.

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There is also Flamingo Lake with hundreds of these strutting birds, and nearby Pelican Cove, with the world’s most complete collection of pelicans.

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Be entertained by these majestic creatures of flight too. Witness the heat of the hunt as mighty eagles, falcons and hawks show off their moves during the Kings of the Skies Show, or be part of the flock at the High Flyers Show.  I enjoyed this show as all the mighty eagles , falcons and hawks showing the cunning way of getting their prey.

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We have a whole day here enjoying the colorful feather friends and till about 5.30 p.m., we went to Jurong Mall Shopping centre for our dinner.  An enjoyable day  taking photos of these mighty hawks  and fully recommend this place to anyone when you are in Singapore. It is a  birds paradise to get in touch  with all different species of birds you ever seen. I have been told by a friend that this wonderful place will be move to the zoo as the government want to development the land for future homes and business center.


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