Jurong Bird Park
Don’t just go bird watching, come and learn all about our feathered friends up close and personal at the Jurong Bird Park!
Witness thousands of bird species as you explore Asia’s largest bird park right here in Singapore. Go for a stroll and enjoy the beauty and nature that surround you.
The Jurong Bird Park is about 20 kilometres from the city centre, which is a 30-minute drive and about 3 kilometres from the nearest MRT station (Boon Lay).
Opening Days and Hours
Jurong Bird Park is open all year round from 08:30 to 18:00. Tickets can be purchased at the counter until 17:30.
Entry Fee and Booking
- Adults: SGD 29 (USD 21.53)
- Children (12 years old and below): SGD 19 (USD 14.11)
- Senior Citizens: SGD 13 (USD 9.65)
- Multiple passes: SGD 49++ (USD 46.38++)
How to Get There
You can choose to either drive or take a cab, travel time takes about 30 minutes from the city centre. You may also consider taking the MRT by alighting at the Boon Lay station (EW27) and taking the connecting public bus (no. 194), which will take you right up to the park.
The bird park is suitable for those who love nature and enjoy photography. The park is a great place for young couples, families with kids, solo travelers and seniors alike. It will require a bit of walking to explore the entire park, but tram services are available for a fee. Strollers are available for rent and wheelchairs upon request.
Time to Spend
Half a day is sufficient to cover the entire park as well as the bird shows/feeding if you plan your itinerary well. Otherwise a full day is required for a more leisurely experience.
Apart from birdwatching and learning about birds, kid activities are also available at Birdz of Play. Located within the park itself, it features both a dry and wet theme park for kids to enjoy themselves.
Several cafes and restaurants are available within the park. The price range falls between budget to mid-range as there are fast food restaurants as well as buffet options available.
The Science Centre is located about 7 kilometres from the park, which is a 12-minute drive away. You may also consider visiting the Chinese Garden that is about 6 kilometres away, which is a 10-minute drive.
The park itself has no accommodations, but hotels can be found approximately 5 to 10 kilometres from the park. These include mid-range and luxury hotels.
As Singapore has a tropical climate, it is best to prepare for rain as well as sun if you have sensitive skin. Keep at least a bottle of water with you to stay hydrated while exploring the park.