Singapore’s Mandai Park Holdings unveils new “Bird Paradise” exhibit at Jurong Bird Park, featuring over 400 birds from 100 species and a walkthrough aviary designed to replicate natural habitats
MANDAI Park Holdings (MPH) has announced the opening of its new attraction, the “Bird Paradise” exhibit at Jurong Bird Park (which is now located at 20 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729825). The exhibit aims to immerse visitors in the world of birds, showcasing various species and their habitats.
The Bird Paradise exhibit features a walkthrough aviary where visitors can get up close and personal with over 400 birds from more than 100 species, including the endangered Bali Mynah and the critically endangered Yellow-crested Cockatoo. The aviary is designed to replicate the natural habitats of the birds, such as the rainforest and the grasslands, providing visitors with a unique and educational experience.
In addition to the aviary, the exhibit also includes a Bird Discovery Centre, where visitors can learn about the evolution and behavior of birds through interactive exhibits and displays. The center also features a section on bird conservation, highlighting the importance of protecting these creatures and their habitats.
MPH has stated that the opening of the Bird Paradise exhibit is part of its ongoing efforts to promote conservation and education. The company has previously opened other attractions at Jurong Bird Park, including the Lory Loft and the Penguin Coast.
The Bird Paradise exhibit is open to visitors of all ages and is located at Jurong Bird Park, which is easily accessible by public transportation. The park is open daily from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm, with the last entry at 5:30 pm.
Overall, the Bird Paradise exhibit at Jurong Bird Park promises to be a must-visit destination for nature lovers and families looking for a fun and educational experience.
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