First opened in 1971, Asia’s largest bird park, Jurong Bird Park celebrates a milestone on 3 January. Its golden jubilee will be marked by a year-long celebration with events and activities commemorating five decades of avian conservation and connecting people with the colourful world of birds.
From 1 to 31 January 2021, Jurong Bird Park will adopt its original 1971 admission price of $2.50 for all local residents (including Singapore citizens, permanent residents, holders of employment pass, work permit or dependent pass)! Admission tickets are only available online at www.birdpark.com.sg/jbp50. Pre-booking is mandatory to facilitate proactive crowd management and safe distancing amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Additional nominal charges apply via contactless payments onsite for gated aviaries and shows.
Through its fifty years, Jurong Bird Park has welcomed 30 million Singaporean and international visitors and to celebrate the many picture-perfect moments shared in the park, an egg-shaped portal “Memories of Jurong Bird Park” will be launched to the public. Photos taken in Jurong Bird Park can be uploaded on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #JBP50 to form a community of memories which will be featured in the portal.
Additional $2.50 charges apply to gated aviaries and shows, payable on-site through cashless payments such as credit cards and EZ-link cards. Gated areas include:
1. Indoor Penguin Coast
2. Lory Loft
3. African Treetops
4. Waterfall Aviary
5. Parrot Paradise
6. Pools Amphitheatre (High Flyers Show)
7. Hawk Arena (Kings of the Skies Show)