The KL Bird Park was establish in 1991 and was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen of Malaysia, Tunku Bainun. It was since managed by DBKL (City Hall) until 1st July 2001 whereby it was taken by Safari Bird Park & Wonderland Sdn Bhd as the new management of KL Bird Park.
KL Bird Park is well known worldwide as “The world’s Largest Covered Bird Park” or “The World’s Largest Free-flight Walk-in Aviary”, home to more than 3,000 birds from approximately 200 species of local and worldwide birds.
KL Bird Park is an ideal place for family and friends and even company outing. The Bird Park’s management offers a number of services for corporate and individual visitors.
- Event Organiser
- Company Outings
- Family Days Activities
- Treasure Hunt
- Nature Educational Programmes
- Hatchery and Educational Center
The main feature that distinguishe KL Bird Park from any other bird parks is the concept of free-flight. Entering the door of KL Bird Park is as if you are stepping into an enormous bird cage, where visitors will have a chance to witness at close proximity various bird species living together as a perfectly balanced community in this semi-natural environment.
Our vision is to become a world-class zoological park and one of the most competitive in the region. In the areas of education and conservation, we hope to contribute towards creating and instilling public awareness on the importance of conserving birds and wildlife species and maintaining a clean and safe environment.
Places of interest around the KL bird park Malaysia
KL Sentral, Old Rallway Station(Commuter Train), National Museum, Tun Abdul Razak Memorial, National Planetrium, Deer Park, Orchid Garden, Police Museum, Islamic Art Museum, Lake Club, Independence Square, Nation Monument.
Map of kuala lumpur bird park;
Bird-watching is a common activity here where the flora and fauna is rich. The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park has earned a reputation among those who are keen on the study of birds in their natural habitat. Some of them include research scientists who monitor bird nests for the study of behavioral patterns.