Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
Experience the world’s largest free flight aviary where you can see many species of colourful birds roaming about.
Covering an area of about 20.9 acres, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park offers you the opportunity to view more than 3,000 birds from about 200 species. Most birds are free in the aviary, which closely resembles their natural habitat so they are able to breed naturally. Do not forget to catch the daily activities wherein you might get the chance to touch the birds and feed them, and watch the Bird Show!
The bird park is located at the capital city of Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur, which is a mere 10-minute car ride from the city centre and 5 minutes from the transportation hub – KL Sentral.
Opening Days and Hours
The park is open daily from 9:00 to 18:00, including public holidays and school holidays.
Entry Fee and Bookings
The adult entrance fee is RM 27 (USD 6.56) for Malaysians and RM 50 (USD 12.15) for foreigners. For children ages 5 to 13 years old, the fee is RM 13 (USD 3.16) for Malaysians and RM 41 (USD 9.96) for foreigners. Children ages 5 below are free of charge. Malaysians must present a valid MyKad/MyKid to get the local rate.
How to Get There
Visitors may get to the park through the following public transportation options:
- KL Hop-On-Hop-Off Double Decker Tour Bus Service: disembark at Station No. 15 in front of KL Bird Park Main Entrance. Buses are available at 20 to 30 minute intervals, which are subject to change according to traffic conditions.
- KTM Commuter Train: disembark at the KTM Old Railway Kuala Lumpur Station located near the National Mosque.
- Taxis and Uber
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is suitable for people of all ages interested in wildlife and tropical rainforests. The park is great for families with kids, bird lovers and nature photography enthusiasts. Do expect some walking as the park area is quite big.
Time to Spend
Visitors are recommended to spend about 3 to 4 hours in the park.
There are a number of activities carried out at different zones in the park, including photography with birds, lory feeding, ostrich feeding, free flying birds feeding, hornbill feeding, bird shows, eagle feeding, and milky stork feeding. Please consult with park personnel for the schedule as activity times may change due to weather conditions.
There are refreshment kiosks and sandwich bars located in the park that serves a variety of light food, from ice-cream and snacks to sandwiches and Nasi Lemak (a typical Malaysian cuisine). The Hornbill Restaurant & Café located near the ticket counter and parking area serves Asian and Western dishes.
Perdana Botanical Gardens, National Museum of Malaysia, National Monument, Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, Orchid and Hibiscus Gardens
Visitors can easily find types of accommodation in the city of Kuala Lumpur, ranging from budget hostels, mid-range accommodation to luxury hotels.
Good to Know
Some birds may have sharp claws and bills so they might bite without warning. Feeding the birds is not allowed without supervision by the park’s personnel. As you may need to cover large areas on foot, do wear proper footwear.