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A visit to Jurong Bird Park

A visit to Jurong Bird Park
At the entrance

At the entrance

When was the last time you stepped into Jurong Bird Park?

Rachel and I went there one Saturday noon. We had a great time there. We particularly enjoyed seeing Pinky the Penguin again. Rachel met Pinky previously when she was doing an assignment for a story on Jurong Bird Park while I met Pinky during a previous close-door guided tour by the very colourful and friendly PR lady, Ms Pamela Wildheart who has since left the Jurong Bird Park.

The penguins enclosure

The penguins' enclosure

Feeding time for the penguins

Feeding time for the penguins

Puffin birds

Puffin birds

Rachel with Pinky the Penguin

Rachel with Pinky the Penguin

Another picture of Rachel with Pinky

Another picture of Rachel with Pinky

We also enjoyed the feeding session at the Lory Loft very much. The lories are not afraid of human contact and will fly really up  close to you to get their food.

Very naughty lory who refused to move towards the food and kept chirping for the food to be brought near it

Two red lories

Two red lories

Different coloured lories

Different coloured lories

Dipping its whole head into the bowl

Dipping it's whole head into the bowl

Feeding the lories on a suspension bridge

Feeding the lories on a suspension bridge

Another picture on the suspension bridge

Another picture on the suspension bridge

Who gave you permission to take my photo?

"Who gave you permission to take my photo?"

Very nice colours

Very nice colours

The lory on the extreme left is barging in to chase the other two smaller lories away

The lory on the extreme left is barging in to chase the other two smaller lories away

The flamingos enclosure

The flamingos' enclosure

Rachel posing with the flamingos

Rachel posing with the flamingos

Bird Show

Bird Show

Herding back the flamingos

Herding back the flamingos

Majestic looking giant owl

Majestic looking giant owl

Snow owl! The type that Harry Potter keeps as a pet.

Snow owl! The type that Harry Potter keeps as a pet.

If you are interested to visit the Jurong Bird Park, below are some information, via the official website:

To get there –

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Take the MRT to Boon Lay Station and transfer to SBS number 194 or 251 at the Boon Lay Bus Interchange.

If you are driving,

* From AYE, use Exit 17.
* From PIE, use Exit 36. Turn left into Jalan Bahar towards the direction of Jalan Boon Lay. Turn right at Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim to reach Bird Park.

Address

2 Jurong Hill Singapore 628925
Tel : (65) 6265 0022
Fax : (65) 6261 1869
E-mail : [email protected]
http://www.birdpark.com.sg

Admission Fee –

Adult – S$18.00
Child (3 -12 years old) – S$9.00
Panorail Ride S$5.00

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