Bali Bird Park & Reptile Park is a unique and educational attraction that’s great for families. With 2 hectares of fine tropical gardens, it offers a leisurely walk through a rich collection of nearly 1,000 exotic birds from all over the Indonesian archipelago and from around the world.

    See hundreds of different bird species in the magnificent aviaries and individual enclosures. Several varieties jointly dwell and roam free on open tree perches and in the interweaving ponds throughout the park grounds. The adjoining Reptile Park offers an extensive assortment of reptile and amphibian specimens in horticultural gardens. On display is a giant Komodo dragon together with pythons, lizards, geckos, toads, frogs, turtles, tortoises and crocodiles.

    Bali Bird Park & Reptile Park - one of the highlights of 9 Best Bali Animal Parks and 37 Best Things to Do in Ubud (Read all about Bali here)

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    What to see at the Bali Bird Park

    Bali Bird Park lets you get up close, touch, feed and view several tame birds from a number of different species, as well as admire rare and exotic collections in each of their dedicated enclosures. 

    Each individual enclosure and aviary has an information panel that lists the common and scientific names of the specimen, their origin and species, as well descriptions that help you gain a deeper understanding of the birds.

    The Free Flight Bird Show lets visitors marvel at the characteristics and abilities of some birds of prey and other creatures in the collection. Typically, magnificent eagles, owls and macaws soar through the skies, dive down at dummy prey, and snatch food from their handlers to the amazement of the audience.

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    An interactive feeding time feature lets you actively participate in the daily feeding schedules at the park. The keepers recreate the bird’s natural feeding environment – greater birds of paradise feed around you and amazing flycatchers perform aerobatics as you feed them.

    A ‘4D Avian Theatre’ experience is an exciting feature for families at the bird park, showing the animation feature Rilly’s Sky Adventure. The film tells of a group of migrating ducks and the heart-warming but perilous quest of young Rilly the duck as he embarks with his family on his first migration south for the winter.

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    Good to know about Bali Bird & Reptile Park

    One of the missions of the park management and the resident team of ornithologists is to breed endangered birds in captivity, in order to preserve their species. This includes the indigenous Bali myna (Leucopsar rothschildi) often referred to by locals as ‘jalak Bali’.

    Bali Bird Park's special Hatchling Area shows you several specimens in their early stages since hatching, their juvenile stages, and their progress into their mature phases. The park breeds over 40 protected species in the park, including rare parrot species.

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    Snacks and safety at Bali Bird Park & Reptile Park

    Inside both the bird and reptile park are various food, snack, drink and ice cream kiosks, as well as a photo shop that creates digital photo prints on T-shirts. A gift shop sells souvenirs and merchandise, unique traditional Balinese textiles, and various curios.

    The Bali Bird Park implements an effective biosecurity system, which is a preventive action set up for the safety of the bird collection, staff members and visitors to the park. It has proven effective since its inception in 1995. Disinfectant footbaths are situated at every access to the park, and visitors’ arms and body are first sprayed with safe solutions by staff upon entering and leaving the park grounds.

    Bali Bird Park & Reptile Park

    Location: Jalan Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Singapadu, Batubulan, Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia

    Open: Daily from 9am to 5.30pm

    Phone: +62 (0)361 299352

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