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Jurong Bird Park, Singapore

From series “Top 16 Most Unusual and Original Parks and Gardens”
In Singapore, travelers can visit the amazing Jurong Bird Park. Its main feature is a rich collection of feathered inhabitants. Here, you can see birds typical not only for South-East Asia, but also for European and African countries and the United States. Jurong Park is unique because of a feeling that all the birds live free. Indeed, the park doesn’t have open-air cages, but natural areas for each type of bird. Zones are masterfully recreated there.

Flamingoes are living at a large artificial pond. Penguins have a special isolated part of the park equipped with a special air conditioning system. One of the most interesting and popular places for visitors is an aviary with parrots that features more than a hundred species of birds. No less impressive is the large pavilion with an artificial waterfall, which is home to over 1 500 birds from different parts of the world.

Jurong Bird Park area is more than 20 hectares. All in all, its territory is inhabited by about 5 000 birds belonging to 380 different species. The opening of the park took place in January 1971. About $ 3.5 million were spent on the creation. Guests can stroll around the territory or ride the cozy air-conditioned tram, whose route goes around the park. Here, visitors have an opportunity to observe the birds in real time, i.e. watch them swimming, building their nests, and raising offspring. The only thing you can not do in the park is to feed the birds. Next - Keukenhof Flower Park

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Jurong Bird Park - interactive map

Useful staff nearby

ATM bankomat: 'State Bank of India' located in 0.29 km ( check the route on the map).
Car rental office: 'Prime Car Rental' is located in 2 km ( on the map).
Fuel station: 'Caltex' in 6 km
Supermarket: 'Giant Hypermarket - Pioneer Mall' in 2 km
Parking: 'Block 282a HDB Toh Guan (MSCP)' in 5 km
Apotheek: 'Princeton Pharmacy (Singapore) Pte Ltd' in 6 km
Police station: 'Jurong West NPC' in 3 km
Cafe/restaurant: 'Bongo Burgers' in 0.3 km
Railway station: 'Old Bukit Timah Railway Station' in 8 km

Nearest airports:
 »  Tengah Airport TGA - in 7 km
 »  Seletar Airport XSP - in 21 km
 »  Paya Lebar Airbase Airport QPG - in 23 km
 »  Changi Airport SIN - in 31 km
 »  Sultan Ismail Airport JHB - in 35 km
 Cities nearby

Best hotels near Taman Burung Jurong Park

Arena Suites

Located in 2 km from Taman Burung Jurong Park
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Rooms: 23
Fitted with air conditioning, all guestrooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a small fridge and ironing facilities. Studios include a kitchenette … More: photo, rates and booking
Fragrance Hotel - Ocean View

Located in 7 km from Taman Burung Jurong Park
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Rooms: 47
Air-conditioned guestrooms at Ocean View Fragrance are fitted with ironing facilities, tea/coffee maker and flat-screen TV with cable channels. The … More: photo, rates and booking
Fraser Place Fusionopolis Singapore

Located in 9 km from Taman Burung Jurong Park
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Rooms: 50
Fraser Place Fusionopolis is located a 3-minute drive from Rochester Park, while Holland Village is a 6-minute drive away. The residence is a … More: photo, rates and booking
Riders Lodge

Located in 10 km from Taman Burung Jurong Park
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Rooms: 40
The hotel is set in the heart of Horsecity, a riding school providing various lessons. A 10-minute drive from Singapore Island Golf Course and Sime … More: photo, rates and booking

Nearest unique sightseeing spots to visit

Clinic Bar
13 km - Clinic Bar
The "Clinic Bar" in Singapore will surprise you with its original decor and treats. The bar’s design resembles a real hospital. Instead of sofas you will find hospital beds, instead of armchairs – invalid wheelchairs. Original cocktails are given to the visitors …
Orchard Road
14 km - Orchard Road
The center of tourist life in Singapore is the bustling Orchard Road. This street can rightfully be called one of the most beautiful streets in the world. There are popular shopping centers and entertainment venues, restaurants and bars. The street length is 2.2 km. …
Heavenly pool-bridge Sky Habitat
16 km - Heavenly pool-bridge Sky Habitat
From the series 'Most Scary Swiiming Pools'

Construction of Sky Habitat towers was completed in Singapore in 2016. The sky bridge-pool symbolically connects them. It was equipped on the 38th floor. It will be incredibly scary to swim in this pool for people who are afraid of heights. Moshe Safdie was the main …
Masjid Sultan
17 km - Masjid Sultan
One of the most popular sightseeing in Singapore is Masjid Sultan, built in 1928. The mosque has seen a number of reconstructions; however, it didn’t lose its original look. British architect Denis Santry has projected one of the most beautiful 4 100 square meters …
Interactive Park i-City
295 km - Interactive Park i-City
Malaysia has one of the most beautiful parks in the world. In the interactive i-City, visitors can admire colorful trees that are adorned with millions of glowing lights. The green zone is situated in Shah Alam city. The opening took place in 2010. The park is usually …
Berjaya Times Square
300 km - Berjaya Times Square
The real point of interest in Kuala Lumpur is the mall "Berjaya Times Square". It is placed in two towers and is very interesting from the architectural point of view. Apart from shops and gastronomical stores a huge hotel for 1 200 rooms is placed here. There you can …

Top destination around Jurong Bird Park - Singapore City

There are also buildings in Singapore considered to be downright out of the ordinary. Such, for example, is the Armenian church of St. Gregory the Illuminator. The place of worship is worth mentioning because it is the oldest temple in the region. It was built according to George D. Coleman’s project, at the expense of the Armenian community. Furthermore, this is the first building in the city in which electric lighting was installed. The majestic Saint Andrew’s Cathedral built in the early Anglican Gothic style, is regarded as interesting because there are famous personalities of Singapore depicted on its stained-glass windows.

There is also the Sultan Mosque, a place of worship for Muslims. It was built in the beginning of the 18th century. The sanctuary was erected with the funds of the Muslim community. It is said that for this purpose, some townspeople handed in bottles, and as a reminder of this act, the base of the dome is made from bottled necks. Well, an original contrast-maker is the amazing carpet located on the floor of the shrine, which was donated by the prince of Saudi Arabia. Another unusual building in Singapore is Abdul Gaffoor Mosque. It defies the imagination from the very first minutes, representing a chic combination of yellow and emerald color, which is now a landmark of the mosque.
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