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Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Street, Singapadu, Gianyar, Bali - Indonesia
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Find yourself at the Bali Bird Park to witness the largest and finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world plus fantastic birds from Africa & South America. Encompassing two hectares of botanical landscape, the park provides sanctuary to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species. Our innovative approach towards the display of rare and tropical birds has progressed from traditional exhibits to that of showcasing mixed species in their natural habitats & in large walk in Aviaries and free range throughout the park. The park accommodates an amazing display of flora with more then 2000 tropical plants including 50 varieties of palms alone and attracting numerous butterflies. Incorporating a breeding, research and veterinary facility within the complex, the park has a high success rate in the captive reproduction of exotic birds such as the Bird of Paradise and Hornbill.
What Can Be Seen
Join us for an adventure that has no boundaries as we take you on a journey across the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America and South Africa. The park is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of our birds, complete with indigenous plant life and traditional artifacts for authenticity. Experience the original Jungle birds of Bali and encounter the world's most rare bird, the Bali Starling. Discover the exotic birds of Papua and one of the most comprehensive collections of Bird of Paradise in the whole world. Travel to Far East Indonesia, home to an amazing array of birds as well as the extraordinary Komodo Dragon, a giant carnivorous lizard that is a direct descendant of the dinosaur and rarely seen in captivity. See the fantastic Javan Hawk and Serpent Eagles - & listen to the sweet sounds of Java's songbirds echoing through the foliage. Visit the deep jungle and misty mountain ranges of Sumatra for rare and strange endemic birds. Venture to other tropical continents to view our collection of South American exotics such as the Scarlet Macaw and Toucan, witness the Congo Grey Parrot and other birds of the African Savannah. See Cassowaries, Cranes, Storks & Pelicans and many more birds as they wander freely living and breeding uninhibited throughout the park.
What Can Be Done
Stroll within the boundaries of our giant walk-through aviaries that replicate the natural eco-systems of the Bali Jungle and Papuan Rainforest. Pathways and bridges are carved through the dense foliage where only filtered sunlight manages to penetrate the canopy of greenery overhead. Several vantage points have been strategically positioned to catch glimpses of free flying birds as they follow their survival instincts of foraging for food, nesting and mating. These protected enclosures safeguard rare species from outside predators, whilst still exposing them to the various aspects of living in the wild.
Within 2 hectare of Balinese landscape and a free range birds, Bali Bird Park is a popular place for:
Dine & Shop
Enjoy dining in the park's open-air restaurant, The Bali Starling. Merging seamlessly into our tropical gardens, a symphony of birdsong will serenade you while you eat. Local and international dishes are served in this casual all-day setting.
Located in the heart of the park, and opposite the pelican pool, our cafe serves fresh juices, delicious homemade ice cream and a selection of beverages and snacks.
Unique bird-themed merchandise is available from the park gift shop adjacent to the main restaurant. Experience 1000 birds, 250 species
Bali Bird Park plays a key role in protecting and conserving Indonesia’s endangered wildlife. The Park has successfully bred many species, including the rare Pesquet’s Parrot and numerous Bali Starlings. We accommodate more than 40 species of protected Indonesian birds in the park, a growing number of which are now breeding successfully under the care of our staff. The staff is proud of their new additions some of which can be seen in their incubators through the observation windows of the laboratory & nursery building.