It is divided into four areas as a whole, with a large number of birds in captivity, which is a good place for locals to bring their babies on holidays. However, the price of tickets for foreigners who do not have a permanent visa is too high and the price-performance ratio is insufficient.
The service is good and the price is cheap, but the park itself is not very interesting, and it is very hot and sunny
i could write this review in one word....WOW! This was an amazing experience. Walking around while the birds crossed your path. Having ice cream while a bird shared your table. A fantastic way to spend an afternoon. Be prepared to spend the afternoon. There is food and water for purchase inside the park.
ocationKuala Lumpur, Malaysia, its within the centre of the city,by taxi if will take 20-35 minutes depending on the traffic.Experience Entrance ticket is around 20-30 dollars. Which I will say worth it once you get in. The place is maintained and created very well. Natural environment river forests for the birds, beautiful birds and you will hear all the birds around you. Some rare species are also there. You can find the birds in open also some of them are on the pathways and they are big just stay your kids away from them, as they might like them. A separate section to click pictures with the parrots they will all sit on you as you can see in my picture. Really good place to visit.Service Refreshment area are inside so you can buy some food and beverage. Resting areas are also there to sit and relax for a while.Hope this will be helpful
The Bird Park is probably my favourite spot in KL, which is a city I love and has many great things to do, but the Bird Park is unique as the world’s largest free-flying tropical bird aviary. I loved the Victoria Crowned Pigeons, which I’d never seen before: giant, gentle pigeons. We also had photos taken with the parrots at the parrot booth – where you can have macaws, African Greys and cockatoos perching on you.