Continue from the previous post Jurong Bird Park: the first visit, here are more photos. After the enlightening Pelican feeding show, I took a snap of this swan swum gracefully in the pond. I wish to have a 50mm F1.8 lens to get better photo.
A month ago, my girlfriend and I had a pair of free tickets and we visited Jurong Bird Park. But I almost forgot the photos I have taken during that visit. I didn’t know Singapore such a small country has the largest bird park in the world. It contains 9,000 birds of 600 species! End of the day, I should have a lot birds photos with me.
This was also my first time visiting Jurong Bird Park after years of staying in Singapore. Although the bird park not located somewhere near the MRT station, but to get there by bus is also pretty convenient too. After alighting from Boon Lay MRT station, at the bus interchange take either Bus 194 or 251 and will directly reach the bird park.
The entrance fee for adult is $18 and $9 for child. There are some exhibits you can look up for, such as African Waterfall Aviary, Lory Loft, Penguin Expedition, Pelican Cove and more.
Initially, we thought the place is small, we reached there around 1pm should have plenty time for us to slowly walk around. In the end, until almost 6pm the park going to close, we then finally complete the whole trip. Thus, for visitors plan to visit the Bird Park, better go in the morning.