Bird Park, Kuala Lumpur

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    Too many Species of Birds

    by Paulm1987 Written Jul 20, 2014

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    I think it's a Peacock!
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    The bird park is one of the stops when you're on a Bus Tour. So I decided to go take a look at some different kinds of species.
    It was great to get in touch with nature in the City and after some tiring walk inside the Park we had to witness some different talents of well trained Parrots.

    Fee: RM45

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    Bird park in KL (Lake gardens)

    by renata77 Updated Oct 15, 2006

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    waterfall aviary
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    admission to the park is 30 RM. nearby is the orchid garden.(admission 1 RM),
    the park is nice especially waterfall aviary. you can see hornbills,flamingoes,parrots,herons and other exotic species. there is also a small souvenir shop on the premises and a bar/cafe.
    you can take pictures with parrots for 5RM if you use your own camera.

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    not so little fishes!

    by hennanights Updated May 14, 2006

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    Fish at the butterfly house
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    I love the huge goldfish that can be found all over Malaysia. These ones were at the Butterfly house. You can buy fish food at the entrance. Once they realize you have food they follow you around, poking their heads out of the water in expectation.

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    Bird Park

    by hennanights Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Although the park does look like it has seen better days, its a bit shabby in places, it was still worth the visit and was a nice finish to a long day of walking. As we moved around the park we could hear the call to prayer from the Mosque at the back of the park. Birds slowly went about there business and there were only one other couple in the park. We had the place to ourselves which was nice.

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    Bird Park

    by hennanights Updated Apr 18, 2006

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    The bird park has some nice water features. As well as several small water areas there is a waterfall with Egrets, flamencos and goldfish. A ramp winds down to the bottom where you find peacocks resting in the shade. There are some nice places to sit quietly and watch the birds. On the way back up you can walk behind the waterfall.

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    Bird Park

    by dragontml Updated Jan 2, 2004

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    Attractions - The birds choose their own territory and find their own partners, breed and feed in an environment very close to their natural habitat. More than 3,000 birds can be seen flying about freely in a well-maintained landscaped area.
    Bird species - Peafowls, pheasants, hornbills, eagles, imperial pigeons, pelicans, flamingoes, ibis, egrets, ducks, macaws, cockatoos, parrots, parakeets, lovebirds and more.

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    Visit the Bird Park

    by DanielF Updated Aug 17, 2006

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    The Bird Park in the Lake Gardens is an ineludible visit for bird lovers. Malaysians claim this is the biggest covered aviary in the world and it was indeed one of the largest I have seen. It was a real pleasure to walk under this net with thousands of exotic birds flying free around the lush tropical gardens.

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    K.L. Bird Park - worth giving the children a look

    by Daihappydai Written Nov 24, 2011
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    I'm not usually one for visiting animals in captivity, but I would have to say the K.L. Bird Park is one of the better 'zoos' I have seen. The majority of the birds have plenty of space to move around and it does give children the opportunity of seeing the birds up close.
    I was disappointed that there was a 'circus' performance with the traing of some of the birds to 'act' for an audience, but in generally the conditions are good for birds in captivity.
    The Park is close enough to the centre of K.L. to make it a half-day trip.

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    World of Birds.

    by wrangler_blk Updated Sep 24, 2009
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    It's located in the West part of KL and easy reachable by metro, KL Central Station.
    It's world's largest free-flight walk-in aviary!
    You'll be surprised by various birds around and by fantastic and picturesque shots with your camera!
    The entrance fee is about 30 MYR.

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    KL Bird Park

    by Blondiina Written Jun 1, 2007
    KL Bird Park, parrot
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    The bird park in KL claims to be the largest covered aviary in the world. Don’t know if that’s true, but it is still a nice place to spend an hour or two. The area is quite nice, but some of the birds are not necessarily in best condition with missing feathers etc., which was a bit sad. But then again, I don’t know very much about birds, so can’t say if the poor condition is due to the care they get or time of year.

    The most interesting parts for us were the many hornbill species, especially the Great Hornbill, and little parrots that fly freely in the bigger parrot cage. We’d heard some of the bigger parrots know a few words, but sadly none of them wanted to speak. So no “Polly wants a cracker” for us then. ;)

    Be warned that the bird park is very hot due to its location on the bottom of a small valley so the wind can’t reach it. There are many covered rest stops around the park, though, and reasonably priced refreshments are available, but the bravest peacocks will try to share them with you. They aren’t aggressive but they will appear from all directions when they see you buying something from the kiosk.

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    KL Bird Park - Close up with the birds!

    by Robin922 Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    While jungle trekking is great for some, for others a bird park is more suitable.
    The park is the world's largest free flight aviary (20 acres), boosting to have over 3,000 birds.

    Most birds are allowed to fly around freely, allowing you a wonderful chance to get up close and take some great pictures.

    Birds who might cause harm like the large horn bill are kept in their own personal shelters. While it may be hard to get a good picture, it's about the only way you will see one close up.

    The walkways are gently slopped and well maintained, which makes for easy walking and chair accessible.

    Ice cream and cold drinks are also sold in the park.

    You need to allow at least a couple of hours to truly enjoy.

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    Major Attraction in Lake Gardens Area

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 2, 2014
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    The Sprawling Lake Garden Area of the Old City Center of Kuala Lumpur host a number of Major Attractions as this 92 hectare park in the heart of Kuala Lumpur not only is a sight for sore eyes and a nice rest and recreation area to de stress from the hustle and bustle of KL, it also contains large sculpted and manicured gardens and a host of attractions like the Orchid Garden, Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur, Deer Park Kuala Lumpur, Islamic Art Museum, Planetarium Negara, National Mosque and the Bird Park. To Name a Few.

    One of the Most Sought After Attractions in the Lake Gardens is the The Bird Park. The Bird Park is the largest open air aviary in Malaysia and it has more then 200 species of the birds of malaysia of which 90 percent are endemic and 10 percent are imported and they have more than 3,000 birds in this huge aviary. The Bird park was inaugurated in 1991 and it has many themed areas inside the huge aviary like the love aviary, Oriental Bird Aviary, Flamingo Pond, Horn Bill Park and Waterfall Aviary

    Opens: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm everyday

    Admission: RM 48 for Adults and RM 28 for children

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    Enjoy a day at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

    by idy Updated Apr 4, 2011
    Aha! A fish!

    20.9 acres, 3000 birds, 200 species. Most of the birds are free to roam in aviaries resembling their natural habitat. Watch out for the hornbills and peacocks and don't miss the waterfall aviary!

    Daily activities include bird feedings and bird shows. It is a nice way to spend the day just strolling and snapping pictures of the feathered residents of the park.

    The bird park is located in the scenic KL Lake Gardens area, which also boast the Deer Park, Orchid Garden, Hibiscus Garden and Planetarium Negara. If you want to visit all these places in a single day, keep in mind that not all are open on public holidays.

    The bird park is open from 9am to 7.30pm daily. Admission charges are on the steep side, but cheaper for locals, so if you are not a local but look like one, say you are one!

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    KL Bird Park

    by cs_zee Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Hornbill at Bird Park ..
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    Locate at the Lake Garedns. this 8.4ha bird park is the world's largest walk-in free flight aviary, it is home to more then 3,000 birds from approximately 200 species.

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    Around the birds

    by cleomedes Written Apr 11, 2007

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    KL Bird Park is the world´s largest walk-in free-flight aviary. It´s nice to walk around the birds, but be aware "*** happens", if it happens take it as a lucky sign.

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