1000 BIRDS, 250 SPECIES, 1 GREAT EXPERIENCE
Bali Bird Park was established in July 1994 and is professionally managed by a team of experts from around the world. Dedicated to the conservation of rare birds, Bali Bird Park administers a comprehensive breeding program, successfully breeding the rarest bird in Bali, the Bali Starling. In an additional conservation program, the Park has a pair of rare Komodo Dragons, native to the Indonesian island of Komodo.
Located on a two-hectare garden in Singapadu Village, Gianyar Regency, Bali Bird Park is an iconic conservation, recreation and education destination, attracting international and local visitors who enjoy one of the finest collections of birds in the world, with over 1000 birds from more than 250 species. The Park 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 and in large walk-in aviaries as well as free range throughout the park.
Attracting over 100,000 visitors a year, the Park has the only “Free-Flight Bird Show” in Indonesia, as well as special interactive sessions held through out the day. The Park is set amidst a botanical garden which displays a diverse array of tropical flora, complementing the bird habitat. A back drop of ponds and waterfalls features an extensive lotus and waterlily collection, with assorted varieties of Heliconias interspersed with the largest collection of palm trees in Indonesia. Visitors to the Bird Park visitors are also invited to the adjacent Reptile Park to explore over 200 species including crocodiles, iguanas, turtles, cobras, vipers and blue-tongue lizards.