S’pore’s new Bird Park opening in 2nd Quarter 2023 will have 8 large aviaries, waterfall & over 3,500 birds

It will be called Bird Paradise

New Bird Paradise in Mandai will be home to over 3,500 birds

Bird lovers can look forward to the new bird park that will be opening as early as the second quarter of the new year.

Bird Paradise

Aptly named Bird Paradise, the new 17-hectare bird park will replace Jurong Bird Park which is scheduled to close in early January 2023 and relocated to become part of the Mandai Wildlife Reserve.

Here’s a map showing the different sections of the new Bird Paradise.

According to Mandai Wildlife Group, the new bird park will transport visitors to a colourful world that will be home to around 3,500 birds from over 400 avian species.

There will also be immersive and naturalistic mixed-species habitats where visitors can explore 8 large walk-through aviaries which reflect different biomes of the world such as African rainforests, Australian dry eucalypt forests, Southeast Asian paddy fields and more.

Below are the key highlights of Bird Paradise.

Wings of Asia

Artists’ illustration of the lower pavilion of Wings of Asia, an aviary inspired by the rice fields and bamboo groves of Southeast Asia. Here, visitors have the opportunity to observe birds feeding or participate in interactive sessions.

Cascading Waterfalls

A cascading waterfall at West Node where visitors can move about to enjoy recreation activities as well as dining options before or after visiting Bird Paradise.

Penguin Cove

Penguin Cove brings cool respite, showcasing the fascinating behaviours of penguins. The cold salt-water habitat is designed to facilitate the natural behaviours of the penguins. Penguin Cove also features a sustainable dining experience immersed in an underwater environment with aquatic birds.

Bee-eaters’ Cliff

The habitat features a Bee-eater’s Cliff where bee-eater species may be observed to dive and swoop to catch insects mid-air.

Australian Outback Habitat

Australian Outback will be home to various species of Lorikeets and endangered cockatoos boisterously communicating in the trees, and flocks of cooing pigeons.

Walk amidst a landscape inspired by the region of Oceania and around at the Australian Outback habitat.

West Arrival Node

Over 1,400 trees would be planted at the West Arrival Node by October 2022. The West Arrival Node serves as the first gateway for visitors, leading to the new Bird Paradise and Rainforest Wild. It will include play areas and several F&B options for guests to enjoy.

Bet you can’t wait for it to open.

H/T: All photos by Mandai Wildlife Group.


Bird Paradise

  • Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729825
  • Opening Hours: TBC


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