Park Visit Tips
To make your trip to Jurong Bird Park safe, comfortable and memorable, here are some pre-arrival tips and advice.
Be sun safe
Bring along sunglasses or visors to protect your eyes from the solar glare. If you're prone to sunburn, we advise using sunblock or sunscreen as well.
Prepare for Rain
Did you know that some birds fluff up during a drizzle to keep warm? With a poncho or umbrella, grab this opportunity to see how different birds act when met with a drizzle. In the event of a heavy downpour, take shelter at Hawk café and tuck into delicious local delights or a hot cup of tea, while enjoying the cool temperature. Or head down to our Breeding and Research Centre and watch our bird nannies feed chicks, in air-conditioned comfort! Should lightning occur, please head indoors immediately for your own safety.
Wear insect repellent
Jurong Bird Park takes preventive measures against mosquitoes and other insects, to ensure they don’t present a problem. However, to make sure you don’t get any unexpected bites, have some insect repellent handy.
Take your time and plan your trip
The park is full of sights and activities. Allow at least half a day to enjoy what we have to offer, but a full day is ideal. Keep one of our maps with you at all times so you can plan which exhibit, feeding session, show, or other activity to go to next.
Wear comfortable footwear
Taking a leisurely stroll is the most flexible way to explore Jurong Bird Park, so make sure you wear comfortable footwear.
Give your legs a rest
Hop on our guided tram ride to explore Jurong Bird Park with minimal walking. In addition, many of our exhibits have seats that allow you to observe the birds comfortably. You can rest your feet there too.
Mobility for children, the elderly and disabled
Bring enough drinking water. You can also purchase a wide selection of canned, bottled drinks, water and juices at our F&B outlets.
There are various F&B options located throughout the park. Try the Lunch with Parrots at Songbird Terrace for a unique dining experience with birds. Other choices available are Hawk Café, Terrace Kiosk and Birdz of Play Café. There are also refreshment kiosks located throughout the park.
Don't share your food with the birds
Our birds are on well-balanced diets ensuring their best health and optimum weight - you are not being kind to them by feeding them.
If you are ever in doubt or need help, please do not hesitate to approach any of our guest relation officers around Jurong Bird Park.