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With the COVID-19 restrictions relaxing across the world, Jurong Bird Park reopened its doors to the public on 30 July 2020 with tighter Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) taking effect from 13 October 2021, along with strict adherence to safety protocols. Several measures have been set in place to ensure that all visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience during their visit to Jurong Bird Park Singapore.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jurong Bird Park has introduced a set of new rules and guidelines for a safe and enjoyable experience for all its visitors:
With more than 850,000 visitors annually, Jurong Bird Park is a family-friendly bird park that spans a massive 20.2 hectares. Home to more than 3,500 birds from 400 species, it features state-of-the-art facilities like walk-in aviaries and unique exhibits.
Here, you will get to meet hundreds of varieties of birds, learn all about their habitats, and even closely interact with them! Meet the national bird of Philipines, the Philippine Eagles, and spend some time observing the frugivorous Red Crested Turacos.
Let’s take a look at Jurong Bird Park ticket options, Jurong Bird Park ticket prices, opening hours, and everything else you need to know to plan your visit.
Please keep in mind that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entry into the bird park will be restricted. At the time of booking your Jurong Bird Park ticket, you will be asked to choose a time slot of your convenience. This will ensure that social distancing is maintained and that there is no overcrowding at the venue. Please ensure that you arrive at least 15 minutes before the selected time for a hassle-free experience. Let’s take a closer look at your Jurong Bird Park ticket options.
Visit Asia’s largest bird park at your own comfort with this Jurong Bird Park ticket. A shuttle will pick you up from certain designated areas in the city and drop you at the park, making your experience a hassle-free one. Once you reach Jurong Bird Park, there is much to explore. Embark on an avian adventure and discover up to 5,000 birds, with 20% of them being endangered.
Spread over a massive area of 20.2 hectares, the Jurong Bird park is home to unique birds such as the emu and the Double-Wattled Cassowary. The tram will take you around the park, allowing you to explore at your own pace. Since it is a hop-on hop-off tram, you can simply get down at the zone you wish to explore and hop on to the next tram once you are ready to move to the next attraction.
The Jurong Bird Park combo tickets are ideal for those who are short on time and wish to explore the city in detail. With this Jurong Bird Park ticket, you will not only gain entry into the park, but also to the other attractions and experiences of the city such as Night Safari, River Safari, and Singapore Zoo, allowing you to enjoy a comprehensive tour of the city.
Here’s what you can expect to see on your Jurong Bird Park tour.
Visit this state-of-the-art aviary and discover the birds that are native to Africa and its neighboring islands like Madagascar and Seychelles. You will see them flying together in flocks.
Get up close and personal with the hunters of the avian kingdom. The Bird’s Eye Tour even offers you a chance to hold and handle these birds of prey!
Did you know? Flamingos are one of the two groups of birds that produce milk to feed their babies! Visit the Flamingo Lake exhibit and learn many more interesting facts about these creatures.
The Breeding and Research Centre is made up of an incubator room and a nursery room where the eggs of endangered birds are taken to. Here you will find Marigold lorikeets, Dusky lory, and Asian fairy-bluebird.
Visit the Caribbean flamingos, famous for their tri-colored bills. These birds are known for their preening techniques. If you are lucky you might catch their ‘head flagging’ ‘wing saluting’ ‘twist preening’ routine!
Jurong Bird Park is home to 19different hornbill species. In fact, the park is considered to be the first of it’s kind to breed the black hornbill under human care. Make the most of this unique opportunity to get to know more about these birds!
At the Lory Loft, visitors can hand-feed these bundles of colours. You will be provided with a food mix, along with water and honey, which can be fed to these parrots.
The Parrot Paradise provides visitors with the unique opportunity to observe many endangered South American species. Learn more about the hyacinth macaw, the golden conure and the red-fronted macaw.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is highly recommended that you purchase your Jurong Bird Park tickets online before arriving at the venue. This will not only save a considerable amount of your time but also ensure that social distancing is maintained.
Jurong Bird Park is open throughout the year, eves of and on public holidays and selected school holidays.
Opening Hours: 08:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Closed On: Mondays to Wednesdays
Last Entry: 5:00 PM
Address: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore, 628925
By Train: East-West Line- Boon Lay (EW27). You will have to take East-West MRT line bound trains for Tuas Link, and alight at Boon Lay (EW27). From the Boon Lay, you will have to take a bus- Bus No. 194, which will take you to Jurong Bird Park.
By Bus: Bus No. 194
By Car Or Taxi: via PTE & CTE Expressway. Duration: 30 minutes from the city.Plan Your Visit To Jurong Bird Park
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A. Senior citizens (above the age of 60) who are also Singaporean residents can enjoy discounts on the Jurong Bird Park ticket price.
A. Yes, you can book your Jurong Bird Park tickets online.
A. Your Jurong Bird Park ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.
A. Children below the age of 3 can enjoy free entry into the Jurong Bird Park while children between the ages of 3 and 12 can enjoy discounted Jurong Bird Park ticket prices.
A. A number of Jurong Bird Park tickets such as combo tickets, Jurong Bird Park tickets with transfers, tram rides, etc are available. Visitors can choose from these tickets according to their convenience.
A. Depending on the Jurong Bird Park ticket, you'll get to enjoy various in-house activities and bird shows.
A. Yes, Jurong Bird Park has several cafes and restaurants that serve both vegetarian as well as non vegetarian food.
A. Yes, You can choose from the two souvenir shops at Jurong Bird Park that sell a variety of merchandise including bags, plush toys, and other memorabilia.
A. Children below the age of 3 can enjoy free entry to Jurong Bird Park.