Offering visitors and locals a verdant paradise full of bird species, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is one of the city’s oldest but most beloved recreational hotspots for several good reasons.
Spread out across an impressive 20.9 acres, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is one of the Malaysian capital’s most popular attractions for nature lovers. Contained within a 150 acre enclosure dubbed the Lake Gardens, the bird park was opened to the public back in 1991.
Things to Do
Bird watching enthusiasts heading to the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park can spend hours upon hours exploring the flowers and the winged inhabitants occupying the park while those who are interested in studying certain bird species will also benefit from observing bird life. Visitors based in a hotel near Times Square KL the likes of the Berjaya Times Square Hotel or any other similar venue will find that it is the perfect place to spend time relaxing in the lap of nature.
Divided in to four different zones, discovering all the bird species housed within the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park can take nearly three hours. Tickets to the park are available at Zone 2 while bird feeding areas lined with fruits are also found within the confines of the park along with areas designated for free-roaming species.
Other Areas of Interest
Zone 2 is where visitors will find rare species the likes of Scarlet ibises, Baya weavers and Nicobar pigeons while Zone 3 is home to Rhinoceros Hornbills, Purple Swamphens and Hill Mynas. The Hornbill Restaurant & Gift Shop is also found here.
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