The central walk-in aviary, featuring a dazzling variety of free-flying birds, lies under a series of A-framed structures. Tucked away below these A-frames are individual aviaries housing the more delicate birds.
Previously known as the Southeast Asian Birds, the exhibit underwent a three-month makeover which saw the expansion of its smaller aviaries and refreshed educational displays. An overhaul of the aviary mesh has also improved the visibility of the birds.
Renamed Wings of Asia, this 2,600m2 exhibit is home to one of the world’s most comprehensive and admired collections of Asian birds and aims to inspire visitors to appreciate, understand and protect Asia’s winged wonders.
11 of the 24 threatened species are new additions to the collection, out of which five are being displayed for the first time at the park. These include the Javan green magpie, rufous-fronted laughing thrush and racquet-tailed parrot.