The Waterfall Aviary in Jurong Bird Park was re-launched on Jan 23
Translated by: Dang Hui Ling and Candice Neo
Waterfall Aviary at Jurong Bird Park, home to the world’s first man-made waterfall, reopened its doors on Thursday (Jan 23) after six and a half months of refurbishment.
Home to more than 600 birds from over 50 species, the 43-year-old aviary added four new species of birds to its exhibit yesterday: Sun conure, Common crowned pigeon, Pied imperial pigeon and Von der Decken’s hornbill.
Together with the relaunch, a viewing terrace – replacing the now-defunct panorail station inside the aviary – is now open to public. Additionally, the refurbished terrace will also serve as an event venue for corporate guests from now.
To attract more local visitors, the Bird Park will be working with People’s Association to introduce various package deals.
The Jurong Bird Park is open from 8.30am to 6pm daily.
(Pictured above: The Livingston’s turaco)
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