In celebration of 10 years of bird conservation, Jurong Bird Park is opening its gates to all local residents – that includes Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and FIN holders – for free for ten days (6-15 September 2019). Regular admission fees for local residents are $20 for kids (aged 3 to 12) and $30 for adults.
You can walk around Jurong Bird Park and enjoy the below 14 areas for free. However, there will be eight sections of the park that require an entry ticket – you can purchase coupons to enter gated aviaries and experience special activities, with prices from $2-$4. Coupons are sold in sets of $10 each and can be used at the gated areas, souvenir shops, and restaurants.
The gated areas that cost $2 include:
- Lory Loft, a nine-storey aviary with 360-degree views. Feeding between 8.30am-6pm daily
- Indoor Penguin Coast, with its flock of penguins. Meet baby king penguins at 10.30am and 3.30pm daily
- Wings of Asia, a walk-in aviary. Watch the scatter feeding at 11.30am daily
- Waterfall Aviary, with its parrots and peacocks. Witness its feeding frenzy at 10.30am (weekends) and 2.30pm daily
- Parrot Paradise, with its Hyacinth macaw. Chat with the bird and keeper at 1.30pm daily
Simply head down to Jurong Bird Park ticketing counters with original proof of identity (NRIC, passport, etc.) to redeem your free ticket for entry.