The park is contained within a 20-hectare (49-acre) stretch of
land in the Jurong Lake area. It is one of the world's most
extensive bird collections and the largest in South East Asia.
Eight thousand birds comprising 600 different species inhabit the
park and range from Antarctic penguins to New Zealand kiwis.
Walking trails cut through the tropical landscape. Incredible
sights to look out for include the Waterfall Aviary, which at 98ft
(30m) it is the world's highest manmade waterfall. The Penguin
Parade has a large pool set against a landscape of rocks, cliffs,
nesting alcoves and burrows; it has a viewing gallery where
visitors can see penguins 'flying' underwater through a 98ft (30m)
wide window. The South East Asian Bird Aviary is a breathtaking
spectacle that includes the experience of a simulated thunderstorm.
Other bird shows feature flamingos, macaws, hornbills and
cockatoos. The park also includes facilities for young children to
enjoy including the new Splash 'n Slide S Website: www.birdpark.com.sg Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 6265 0022 Transportation: Take the MRT to Boon Lay Station and take SBS bus 194 or
251 Opening Time: Daily 8am to 6pm Admission: S$18 for adults, S$12 for children. Concessions and
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