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Be charmed at one of the largest free-flying aviaries in the world. Walk amongst the feathered resid...
Offered by Klook
Take a ride on the air-conditioned Panorail for a panoramic view of Singapore's Jurong Bird Park, a...
Offered by Viator
Be charmed at one of the largest free-flying aviaries in the world with an entry ticket to Jurong Bi...
Mobile Voucher Accepted
Home to more than 5,000 birds covering more than 380 species, Jurong Bird Park spans over 20 hectare...
A private tour of Singapore Jurong Bird Park which is located on 20 hectares of lush greenery in Si...
Offered by Viator
3 hour and 30 minutes
Explore the lush Jurong Bird Park home to over 400 species of birds! Ride the Panorail for a panoram...
Offered by City Discovery
Contemplate Wing of Colors at this half day tour to Jurong Bird Park. This is home to 8,000 birds of...
Jurong is the world's largest bird park in terms of number of birds, and with over 8000 birds covering 600 species, it is a paradise for bird lovers and ornithologists.
Jurong is the world's largest bird park in terms of number of birds, and with over 8000 birds covering 600 species, it is a paradise for bird lovers and ornithologists. The sprawling free flight aviaries offer natural environs for the birds, and as part of the tour, you can feed lories at the Lory Loft. There are bird shows as well, as well as panorail rides.
+65 6265 0022
Free and nice for a walk and/or picnic
Set up to promote interest and learning in science and tecnhology through assortment of exhibits
War museum at the old Ford Motor Factory, where British Lt-General Percival surrendered Singapore to the Japanese
Formerly the Tiger Balm Gardens, this is the former site of the villa of the Tiger Balm brothers, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par, now packed with an incredibly bizarre assortment of statues illustrating Chinese legends and moral values
This is where you can spot Singapore's national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid, and many more
Once considered among the finest botanical gardens in the British empire, and still a firm favorite for visitors and locals alike
Small but well-implemented commemorative museum for the last stand of the Malay Regiment in World War II's Battle of Bukit Chandu
Asia's tallest observation tower
Opened in May 2005, there are two ways of looking at these two restored British-era bunkers: either they're done a pretty good job of making a tunnel interesting, or even if you dress it up with spot lights and recorded booms, it's still just a bunch of tunnels