About Bird Paradise Singapore
Since Jurong Bird Park Singapore opened its doors to the public in 1971, it has housed almost 3,500 birds across 400 species, a large number of which belong to the endangered category. In fact, it was the first bird park in the world to breed the Malayan black hornbill and the twelve-wired bird of paradise. Interestingly, it is also the only Asian park that features an Avian Hospital.
Jurong Bird Park Singapore has always made considerable efforts to promote wildlife conservation. They have bred a number of threatened species like the Bali mynah and the blue-throated macaw.
Jurong Bird Park Singapore features a dedicated Bird Discovery Centre where visitors can learn about birds and their habitats. Apart from this, the park also hosts various interactive and educational activities.
All the displays and exhibits at Jurong Bird Park Singapore have been specially created to bear a close resemblance to the natural habitats of birds from around the world, allowing guests to indulge in a truly immersive experience.
At Jurong Bird Park Singapore, visitors will get to experience a lot more than just observing various types of birds. The Breeding and Research Centre will give its guests an in depth insight into everything from incubation to weaning.