Jurong Bird Park, River Safari and Singapore Zoo will reopen to public on 6 July 2020. Night Safari remains closed for now. Please expect some changes to our parks and be guided by the measures. Full details are available here.
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The following Park Experiences are temporarily suspended due to safe distancing measures:
Token feeding at Waterfall Aviary and Flamingo Exhibit
Keepers' Chit Chat
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The following F&B oulets and dining experience are temporarily suspended due to safe distancing measures.
Lunch with Parrots
African Treetops Cafe
Waterfall Aviary Café
Pizza Hut Express
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The Play Area and Birdz & Wormz gift shop at Birdz of Play are temporarily closed due to safe distancing measures.
This one-hectare exhibit is an impressive showcase of some of the world’s most threatened parrots.
What makes it unique
Paradise of parrots
Parrot Paradise houses South American species such as the hyacinth macaw and golden conure – both threatened Brazilian endemics – as well as the critically endangered blue-throated macaw and the endangered red-fronted macaw, both only found in Bolivia. From our side of the world, you will find threatened species like the blue-eyed and salmon-crested cockatoos.