Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Dubbed “The Largest Bird Park in South-East Asia”, KL Bird Park is home to thousands of birds, housing the majority of species in the region. This iconic Malaysian attraction has also garnered the title of “The World’s Largest Covered Bird Park” with its free-flight, walk-in aviary.

The free-flight, walk-in aviary consists of more than 60 species of birds living together harmoniously within a semi-natural environment. There are countless Indian Blue Peacocks whose tails grow up to 5 feet long, crowned pigeons, the largest pigeons in the world which grows up to the size of a turkey, storks, and much more.

An Indian Blue Peacock

The rest of the park is divided into several sections such as Hornbill Park, World of Parrots, Waterfall Aviary, Brahminy Land and more. Each section separates the birds to ensure their safety and at the same time, allows them to fly freely within their enclosed section.

You might also want to visit the education centres such as the Bird School and Education Station, where you can learn more about birdwatching and the hatching cycle of chickens. You can even have a look at the young baby chicks, who run about curiously in their enclosed space.

The park also features a bird show that runs twice a day; at 12.30pm and 3.30pm in their semi-open air amphitheatre. There are other feeding shows that run throughout the day, so be sure to pick up a map of the park and don’t miss out!

Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm
Address: 920, Jalan Cenderawasih, Taman Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur
Waze: KL Bird Park

Entrance Fee
Adults (standard) : RM63
Kids (standard) : RM42
Adults (with MyKad) : RM25
Kids: (with MyKid) : RM12

 

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Vincent Wong

Vincent Wong is an aspiring writer cum photographer and traveller, who loves diving head first into culture and exploring the wonders of the world. Like any Malaysian, Vincent loves food and is always on the hunt for the next best meal. After having spent several years away from Malaysia, this young man realised the uniqueness of his home country and aims to tell the stories of Malaysia and all it has to offer.
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