The Bird ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: KL Bird Park, 920, JalanCenderawasih, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +60-322721010
- Ticket Price: 50 MYR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Park, Landmark, Wildlife Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Neighborhoods , Nature, Bird Watching
The Bird Park - Review
Though it can be considered part of the Lake Gardens, this attraction charges a hefty fee for its charms. The 21 acre public aviary is one of the largest covered bird parks in the world. Three thousand birds covering about 200 species make this an indispensable visit for birdies. Before you visit, check out the feeding times for various species of birds such as ostriches, lory, hornbill, eagle and storks. The park is famous for its 3 zones in which the birds are allowed to fly free, in habitats that closely resemble their natural homes. These zones include areas such as Flightless Bird, Hornbill Park, Flamingo Pond, and Brahminy Pond.
The Bird Park is one of the attractions added in 2 days in Kuala Lumpur. Must visit this awesome attraction.
The Bird Park Information
- Must watch ostrich laying eggs and feeding birds.
- The Bird Park conducts various programs so ask for it at the reservation desk.
- Additional infomation about the bodily functions and seminars are provided on The Bird Park’s official website.
The Bird Park Ticket Prices
RM 41 for kids
With MYKAD/MYKID: Adult- RM 27, Kids- RM 13
The Bird Park Opening and Closing Hours
- 10:30am – the free flying bird feeding event.
How To reach The Bird Park by Public Transport
- B115 stop WismaTani, Jalan Sultan Salahuddi
- KTM Old Railway Kuala Lumpur Station
- KL Hop-On-Hop-Off Double Decker Tour Bus Service stop Station No. 15
Restaurants Near The Bird Park
- Hornbill Restaurant & Cafe - The best refreshments served
- Sandwich Bar
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Bird Park
44.89% of people who visit Kuala Lumpur include The Bird Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
40.31% of people start their The Bird Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Bird Park
82.42% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Bird Park
The Bird Park Map
The Bird Park Trips
The Bird Park, Kuala Lumpur Reviews
Normally I get quite sad at zoo type places because I don’t believe animals should be caged up, especially birds - but this place is clearly being used for a good cause. It’s a great source of education for young kids, it’s also helping to protect and breed endangered species. The bird show was a highlight, the majority of the birds in the show were parrots - still wild animals but arguably birds that are willing to be tamed- there was no sense of an animal being used improperly in this show like in other animal shows where you have tigers jumping through hoops etc. The majority of the enclosures are big with plenty of space for birds to fly, it’s really nice to be in contact with the birds for feeding etc - I just wish more people would have respect for the animals - they are still wild it’s not fair to try and shout at them to get their attention, feed them random snacks or upset them. Overall a good experience for half a day or so, get your timings right and try and catch all the feeding times.
Breath taking Garden you will be amazed from the quantity of bears walking around you free in the garden so you can take lots of photos while roaming in the garden and see different kind of brids. There is amazing birds show at the far end of the garden don't worry the staff will tell you to go there when the show started. Also all the timing mentioned along with the map of the garden. Love the concept and we highly recommend it. Note: if I'm not mistaken there is next to flowers garden but we didn't enter due to the timing so if you planning to enter both garden's you have to come earlier you will spend good 2-3 Your like will encourage me to write more reviews.
The bird park is a beautiful place to see a whole lot of different birds. Many kind of exotic birds, big birds, small birds, fly birds and not flying birds also have. Beautiful park and gardens! Had a wonderful time despite the rainy weather. Definitely a must see! Great for all ages. Also very convenient to get to through the KL hop on hop off bus. Fish spa services were available near the cafe/restaurant area. Highly recommend. Our entire family had a wonderful time!
KL bird park is wonderful to visit, especially with kids. A truly amazing number of peacocks and other birds wander around freely, interacting with guests. The plentiful collection of birds is tremendous, although most verge on the less deadly side of the bird family. The walk through is strenuous and exhilarating, but especially tiring in humid weather, so make sure you have plenty of water with you. The side attractions are fun, but might be a bit expensive - 15 RM to get a picture taken with some of the tame birds on your own camera/phone, and 36 RM if you take the hard copy version. There is plentiful signage about the birds - but only if they are in their cages. Some of the free running birds made me sort of wish I had a guide who told us a bit about the birds we were seeing. Overall, definitely worth a visit with your kids.
This was a fun way to learn more about birds and see many, many different types all in one place. It was nice to get up close to the birds which allows for great photo opportunities. The park is huge, we spent about 2 hours walking very casually through. There is a daily show (I think around 12:30pm) which we decided not to go to, which let us enjoy the park all by ourselves. There are quite a few trees at certain sections to shade from the sun, but most is out in the open. The majority of the park is sectioned off with netting (to keep the birds in), but there is a ton of space for them to fly around, and even waterfalls and rivers for the birds to use. Price might seem high, but I think it is worth it if you are a nature lover, both for kids and adults.