Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is one of the largest bird park in the world and the largest in Asia


Park "Jurong" was opened in 1971 and initiator of its creation was the Finance Minister of Singapore Goh Keng Swee, inspired by a similar park in Rio de Janeiro. To implement the project site in the industrial area of the city has been chosen - the organizers wanted to have local residents appeared interesting, unusual place to stay. 

The park is divided into 16 thematic areas:

  • Waterfall Aviary
  • Lory Loft
  • Jungle Jewels
  • Penguin Coast
  • Flamingo Lake
  • Pelican Cove
  • Hornbill & Toucan Aviary
  • Breeding & Research Centre
  • Birdz of Play
  • Songbird Terrace
  • World of Darkness
  • Birds of Prey
  • Wings of Asia
  • Pools Amphitheatre
  • Window on Paradise
  • Dinosaur Descendants

Besides hiking tour visitors are offered to ride in an air-conditioned tram "panorail" (1.7 km) - panoramic monorail that runs through the entire park, with stops inside the enclosures.

Opening hours

Mon–Sun 08:30–18:00.


Adult: 29 SGD
Child (3 - 12 y.o.): 19 SGD (Free admission for child below 3 y.o.)
Senior Citizen (60 y.o. +): 13 SGD


+ 65 6269 3411



Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925

How to get there?

MRT station: Boon Lay (EW27)

Connecting buses: Bus No. 194
From Boon Lay bus interchange