The Bali Bird Park covers 2 hectors and is home to about 1,000 birds of 250 species. The park holds the largest collection of Indonesian birds in the world as well as birds from South America, South Africa, Sumatra and Borneo.
The birds are displayed in recreated natural habitats where the indigenous flora and authentic traditional artifacts add to the atmosphere. There are large walk-in aviaries replicating the eco-systems of the Bali Jungle and the Papuan Rainforest.
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Other birds fly free range throughout the park's lush gardens which have 2,000 tropical plants and 50 varieties of palm trees. Among the birds in the park is the rare Bali Starling, birds of paradise, javan hawk, serpent eagles, scarlet macaw, toucan, Congo grey parrot, cranes, cassowaries, pelicans and storks. Some of the birds are tame and can be held, fed and petted by visitors.
In the park complex is also a breeding research and veterinary facility. The park is dedicated to conservation and protection of the endangered wildlife. They successfully breed rare species like the Pesquet's parrot and visitors can see birds in incubators and see the laboratory and nursery through observation windows.
There are free flight shows where eagles, owls, macaws and other birds fly under the watchful eye of a trained expert. In the guyu-guyu corner kids can have a hands-on experience with the birds and exotic birds perch on your shoulder for great photo ops. There is an interactive feeding time when visitors can help the bird keepers feed the birds.
The lush gardens of the park attract many butterflies, dragonflies and other small creatures which roam around the park together with the human visitors. On the grounds is a semi-open restaurant which is integrated into the green surroundings. They serve a variety of food, from full meals to smaller snack-type meals.
Especially for Babies and Toddlers -• Barrier free pathways make stroller access possible.
Especially for Children- • There is a large play area in the restaurant with books, toys, a dolls house and more.
Open Hours -09:00 – 17:30 daily
Adults US$23.5 +10% GST
Children US$11.75 +10% GST
Under 2 year olds enter for free
Recommended amount of time for Bali Bird Park visit is 2-3 hours
Directions- JL. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Singapadu, Batubulan, Gianyar, Bali
Public transport is not a good option but you can take either a taxi or a hired driver (US$30-50 for the day) who will wait for you at the park and then bring you back to your hotel. There is free parking at the park.
35 minutes from Kuta, 20 minutes from Ubud.
Entrance to the adjacent Bali Reptile Park is included in your ticket price. Arrive early as most of the bird shows are before 10am; at 10:30 the keeper brings birds to the restaurant and the birds of prey show is at 11:30.