Pre-book Jurong Bird Park tickets to explore rare and exotic birds for a perfect day of fun and learning with your family. The exhibits, daily shows and feeding sessions are great ways to enjoy close interactions with the feathered residents of the park at the picturesque attraction. Enjoy some watery fun at the wet playground and tuck into a sumptuous Asian lunch in the company of performing parrots. Have an immersive experience like no other and make memories for a lifetime!
Jurong Bird Park is open 365 days a year. The best time to visit is May, July and August and the maximum birds can be spotted in these months. School holidays and holiday seasons see more crowds than other times so if you’re planning to visit around that time, ensure that you book your ticket online well in advance.
The best time to visit is May, July and August and the maximum number of birds can be spotted in these months. School holidays and holiday seasons see more crowds than other times so if you’re planning to visit around that time, ensure that you book your ticket online well in advance.
Grab your Jurong Bird Park Singapore tickets and take the MRT subway East-West Line to Boon Lay (EW27). From there, bus no.194 will take you straight to the park. You could also get the Singapore Attraction Express ticket which provides direct buses from most hotels in the city. Another option is buying a one-way or two-way hopper bus ticket from Safari Gate’s Suntec City to the bird park.
The park is open from Thursday to Sunday from 8:30 am to 6 pm. It remains closed from Monday to Wednesday.
It will take approximately 4 to 5 hours to tour the entire Jurong Bird Park.
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