Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park was established in 1995, more than 20 years ago. This bird park was developed by Edi Swoboda, a German businessman who lives in Bali, according to Holli Hollitzer’s articles in Resourceful Indonesian. He kept collecting these birds, eventually combining with Indonesian and Swiss firms to establish the two-hectare bird park. He designed a bird park in the Balinese style while keeping in mind the birds’ natural environment.

Things To Know Before Visit Bali Bird Park

According to the official website of the Bali Bird Park, this bird park has a number of facilities.

• Visitors can enjoy several areas so that it feels like they are crossing the territory of Indonesia, Latin America, Africa to Australia. Each zoning will showcase its distinctive birds and plants.

• There is an open-air restaurant named after the Bali Starling or Bali Starling. Visitors can eat local and international menus accompanied by melodious birdsong.

• At the Rainforest Café, visitors can enjoy a serving of fresh tropical fruit juice or ice cream to cool off the hot weather.

• Bali Bird Park also has a 4D cinema facility equipped with air conditioning.

• Apart from birds, this park is also equipped with a Reptile Park with a collection of Southeast Asian reptiles, such as the 8 meter long reticulated python and the Komodo dragon.

• Like other tourist attractions, Bali Bird Park also provides a Sebun souvenir shop with various bird creations.

Quoted from the Bali Bird Park brochure, there are several shows and attractions that are offered to visitors. Here’s the schedule:

• Papua Rainforest Feeding: every day at 09.30 and 12.45 WITA

• Pelican Feeding: every day at 10.00 and 13.15 WITA

• Basic Instinct (Birds of Prey Show): every day at 11.30 and 15.00 WITA

• Meet The Bird Star (Bali Starling Restaurant): every day at 12.00, 13.30, 16.30 WITA

• 4D Cinema Show Times: every day at 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 12.30, 13.00, 13.30, 14.00, 14.30, 15.30, 16.30, 17.00 WITA

• Lory Feeding: every day at 09.45, 12.45, 13.30 WITA

• The Komodo Experience: every Tuesday at 11.00 and Friday at 14.30 WITA

• Bali Rainforest (Free Flight Show) every day at 10.30 and 16.00 WITA

• Guyu Guyu Corner (Hands on Birds) every day from 09.00 to 17.00 WITA

There are 250 species of birds in the Bali Bird Park which are placed in seven zones based on their area of origin. The seven zones are:

1. Latin America

In this zone, visitors can witness several species of exotic birds such as the scarlet macaw and the world’s largest parrot, the hyacinth macaw. Apart from that, there are also other types, such as scarlet ibis, purple swamphen, glossy ibis, green winged macaw, buffon macaw, blue and gold macaw, love bird, orange-winged amazon, hans macaw, red-fronted macaw, swainson’s toucan.

2. South Africa

In the South African zone, you can see African gray parrots or African gray parrots which are known to mimic human voices. You can also visit the flamingo pond and see them standing on one leg.

Apart from that, there are other birds, such as violet turaco, Congo African gray parrot, African crowned crane, von der decken’s hornbill, ground hornbill, purple glossy starling, amethys starling, Senegal parrot, laughing kookabura.

3. Sumatra

In the Sumatran zone, there are various endemic birds, such as the eagle cockatoo with dangling ears and strong talons. Apart from that, you can see the chrinsom-winged parakeet, the white-crested hornbill, the hornbill with the stem-pouch, the small kukal, and the black Indian eagle.

4. Borneo

Kalimantan has a diverse ecosystem because it has rainforests that contain a variety of diverse birds. Birds in this zone include the crested snake eagle, nicobar pigeon, bulwer wattled pheasant, great argus pheasant, javan great rhinoceros hornbill, flying fox/fruit bat.

5. Papua

In the Papua zone you will see many beautiful birds, such as paradise, cassowary and blue-crowned pigeons which are probably the most beautiful in the pigeon family. Other birds, namely the golden neck cassowary, double winding cassowary, golden pheasant, green forest fowl, amboina king cockatoo.

Then the emerald dove, southern-pie hornbill, cinnamon dove, black lory, lory salvadori’s black-capped , rainbow lorikeet, royal white-bellied dove, black racket-tailed drongo, southern crowned dove, new guinea bronzewing, African crowned crane, Javan green peacock , Indian blue peacock, yellow lory, ornamental lory, red bird of paradise, yellow lory, red bird of paradise, twelve birds of paradise.

6. Java

In the Java zone, we can see fantastic Javanese eagles, bido eagles, and birds with melodious songs. Other bird species include the Asian fairy bluebird, Asian-pied starling, black oriole, southern-pied hornbill, magpie robin, Sunda scops owl, fire-fringed barbet, purple back starling, Javan sparrow, mustachioed parakeet.

7. Bali

In the Bali zone, there is a rare bird, the Bali starling, which is now continuously being bred so that it does not become extinct. Besides that, there are brown-billed doves, bronze-tailed peacocks, Papua New Guinea bronze wings, peace doves/zebras.

Then black-necked oriole, purple swamp, orange-breasted green dove, glossy ibis, cow egret, black-necked fruit dove, little green dove, spotted dove, common myna, Javan green peacock, night pond heron, Java starling, yellow nightingale, australian pelican , nias hill myna.

• For Indonesian citizens, the ticket price is IDR 140,000, including entrance tickets, bird and dragon shows, and taxes.
• For foreign tourists, the ticket price is IDR 385 thousand, including entrance tickets, bird and dragon shows, and taxes.
• For foreigners with KITAS, the ticket price is IDR 180,000, including entrance tickets, bird and dragon shows, and taxes

Bali Bird Park berada di Jalan Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali

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