KL Bird Park has more than 3000 birds with more than 200 different species. The bird park is located opposite of Orchid Park. These areas are considered as one of the most lush and green areas of KL. There is entrance fee of RM 30 to explore the park.
Ths park has as many at 3,000 species of birds. You can find mandarin ducks, egrets, hornbills, hawk, eagle up close.
There is also a bird show and daily feeding of ostriches, eagles and hornbills.
I did not find this park to be spectacular though.
Entrance fee: RM12.00 (Adult Malaysian) and RM6.00 Children
RM 30.00 for Non -Malaysia andRM 20.00 Children
Opening Hours: 9:00am - 7:00pm
The Taman burung is an outdoor aviary housing tropical birds, including the blue-tailed bee-eater and striking Malaysian hornbill.
Get face to beak while walking through large cages where the birds roam free!
It's important to make sure you get an early start. For one thing, the bird-life is more active in the morning, and later in the day the heat will become unbearable - even to seasoned tropical dwellers.
Drinks and ice creams are available at a kiosk within the park and at the shop by the entrance. There are usually taxis lurking outside the entrance gate as well
Admission RM 3
Open 9am - 5 pm
It is supposedly the region largest bird park.
I really recommend this on a not so sunny day - but do come early say no later than 11am....so that you will not miss out on the hornbill feeding around 11:30 am...which was my highlight of the visit.
There is an itinerary and suggested walk - i suggest looking at the timetable for the feeding times...becos it is really interesting. Take the pamphlet at teh entrance.
The horn bills are located near the Zone 4 exit - and we were lucky to get there during feeding time. Do not ever miss this - it is the best here...the bird keeper comes with a pail of cut fruits...they are spoilt birds and throws them in the air for them to catch. There were only these two birds..and he tosses a piece of fruit in the air and they will catch and feed on it...
i took so many shots of them feeding the fruit salad - but geez - these birds are a couple...one like grapes and the other did not...why - becos each time we throw a grape up one will catch it and passes on to the other bird to feed!!! so so loving!!!
I can go on and one putting more pics of the birds but I think this is enough...after that we also went for a bird show - it is quite entertaining esplly for kids...but we are marvelled that birds can also be taught tricks..
The bird shows are around 1/2 hour and usually around 12:30pm and also another during the afternoon 3:30 pm but if it is a public holiday there is one around 10:30 am.
Really enjoyed my visit here earlier this year May 2015 as you can see a lovely range of birds up close and get really good photos - birds of prey, flamingoes, hornbills, orange egrets, pelicans were my favourites.
Very popular - this public aviary has been open since 1991 and has average 200,000 visitors per year.
Its in a huge enclosure/walk through aviary covering 20 acres/8 hectares with various compartments.
Many of the birds such as the storks can fly around, the flamingoes have a large water feature with waterfall they seemed to be happy wading around in, and there are feeding times through the day.
The areas around the park are subdivided nicely using trees, walkways, ponds and a creek running down through the middle. You are given a map with your ticket and there are signposts to the various bird areas.
Admission for adults was 50 ringit - about 8 pounds sterling. There is a cafe, huge souvenir shop as well as restaurant with toilets. Quite a large area for carparking
All the exotic birds you can imagine!
Go there and you will not be dissapointed!!
Some of the world's more exotic species of our fine feathered friends grace the beautifully landscaped area, designed to bear a close likeness to nature with trees, flowering shrubs and miniature waterfalls.
This is one of the largest free flight aviery's in the world, and it is well worth a visit.
There are many species of birds here, some in cages, (always roomy) some in free flight.
Well worh spending part of the day here and having a good wander.
KL is the largest bird park in South-East Asia. There are thousands of birds and different species in the park. The Bird Park itself is truly mesmerizing, it was full of fun. The size of the bird park is impressive and there are pathways to walk along and explore this wonderful world of birds. Birds were either flying everywhere or some of them were in the cage.
Open from 9am - 6pm daily except public holidays.
The Bird Park can be found in the Lake Gardens just a short walk from the Butterfly house. If you follow the road around you cant miss it. Its the worlds largest covered bird park. It house about 3000 birds and covers 8 acres. The cost was around 45 ringgits and of course a camera and video fee on top. We especially enjoyed the parrots who were in the mood to play. They mimicked our whistles and when they were too hard they squawked loudly at us. The peacocks too were very beautiful. Most of them proudly show us their tails
The Bird Park does what it says on the tin. Lots of tropical birds in a park. They're mostly free to move around as they like under large nets - claimed the largest in the world at the time - and there are several smaller enclosures with specific foci. There are also flying displays several times a day.
There are also lots of monkeys which roam around outside the park.
It's RM48 for adults, RM38 for children (half price for Malaysian adults, 1/3 for Malaysian children).