A Day Out: 11 Reasons To Visit The Jurong Bird Park, Singapore’s Oldest Wildlife Park

07 September 2016


Opened in 1971, the 20.2 hectares park has more than 400 species of birds. We’re talking about water birds, flightless birds, nocturnal birds, waders, raptors, Asian birds, and even penguins.

The bird sanctuary may not be as popular as the other wildlife attractions in Singapore right now but here are some great reasons why it is definitely worth visiting. (And don’t worry, you won’t be fined for feeding the birds here.)

The attraction will be moving to Mandai in the years to come so be sure to visit it at its current location while you can.

The Jurong Bird Park is located at 2 Jurong Hill.


You can do your part

If you love birds and animals, say no to the illegal pet trade and wildlife crimes! Find out more about wildlife conservation here.


By Muneerah Bee, September 2016

Photos by Muneerah Bee  


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