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“Highlight of the trip!”

Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
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Kuala Lumpur Nature Tour: Orchid Garden, Butterfly Park and Bird Park
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Private Tour: Kuala Lumpur Nature In The City Tour including Butterfly Park
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Kuala Lumpur Private Half-Day Family Tour of Nature, Birds and Butterflies
Ranked #7 of 297 things to do in Kuala Lumpur
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: The world's largest free-flight, walk-in aviary. Set in a sprawling valley, this renowned eco-tourism park is home to more than 3,000 birds.
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Activities for older children
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

Omg this was the most amazing place I have ever been to! Being an absolute bird lover, this was like a candy store for me! The birds were amazing and you are able to feed them by buying bird food from little stands! There is also a photo booth where you can take hold various parrots and take a picture from your own camera for a small fee. I would definitely recommend this park to everyone!

Thank Aishau89
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

We went along to the bird Park in KL. I was a little disappointed as i have been to other Bird Parks in SE Asia and i found this one was only ok. The Bird show was good and some of the bird attractions were interesting. But there were a few empty exhibits and some of the areas were full of bird poo which was smelly. It wasn't expensive however nothing really excited me apart from the Show, which was a bit amateurish. In saying that, its worth seeing if you have a spare half day to waste in KL. If you ever go to Bali, check out their Bird Park, its professionally displayed and informative.

Thank Bernie V
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Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

As one of the top attractions I thought this would be well worth a visit.

But upon walking around the park I was quite disappointed. So many of the birds didn't look happy. They were missing a lot of feathers and looked hungry. Birds that should have plenty of space to run (they have emu and ostrich) or fly were in small enclosures that didn't promote this at all.

Really not worth the over priced entrance fee.

Thank imgettingannoyed
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

Executive Summary: interesting experience, low-key tourist attraction, difficult to get to if you are going by public transport

I went there after going to the Batu Caves. I always try to travel eco-friendly so I took public transportation to get there and it took me quite some time to reach the Bird Park. The park itself is interesting and I felt like being in the bird cage of Jurassic Park 3. I think KL was the first city I went to that has a Bird Park and I think it is nice and a change of your usual zoo visit.

Thank Daniel L
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

For lack of a better word, this place is 'depressing.'
Firstly, the bird park itself has not been cared for in the same way you would expect the grounds to be taken care of within the Perdana Botanical Gardens. Half the park wasn't operational and to be more specific, the area in which 30+ flamingo's would usually have a lake/pond to walk in and play was empty. They're currently standing around looking depressed within a concrete skate bowl/park.
Secondly (and by way of confirmation), I'm not an animal welfare activist by any means, but I would anticipate that 90%-95% of the birds within this park haven't flown during their tenure here (so much for "free flight bird park"). Majority of the birds look ill; suffering from malnutrition, no exercise, poorly treated and disgusting living conditions through the day (and god knows what at night). Nearly all birds walking around the park 'freely' looked abused, skinny, sad, the list goes on. One exception is given to the parrots/budgies within the first enclosure. Perhaps due to being street fronting?
Finally, and almost amusingly is what the park has to say about each animal and their habitat. Take the enclosed Malay Hornbill Bird for example (a beautiful bird by all means). This bird enjoys free flight and forests but more importantly enjoys to travel with a companion. So why is this amazing creature trapped in the smallest enclosure of the lot, by itself, with 1-2 shrubs...!?
Lastly, the price. If you want to pay close to US $20 pp to see all of the above, walk away depressed and feeling sorry for some birds, be my guest. My tip: next time your in a town with a beach, or by the ocean, enjoy the birds and their freedom to fly anywhere they like under substantially healthier conditions. is a ripoff. Sorry.

4  Thank Luke H
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