Penang Bird Park

Map 2011

City: Penang
Country: Malaysia
Province: Penang
Opend 1988

 

Species 300

 

 

The Penang Bird Park is situated at Bandar Seberang Jaya and is built with a garden concept where beautiful landscaping takes priority in creating such a place of tranquility on 2 ha (5-acres). Being the first of its kind in Malaysia, the Penang Bird Park was opened to the public on 8th August 1988. This park is made out of many beautiful aviaries with imitated natural environment, including two huge 'walk-in' aviaries, Geodesic domes, and more than one hundred cages in various sizes which houses more than 300 different species of colourful birds from Malaysia and other parts of the world. The various birds you can find at the park are swans, pelicans, storks, herons, and other playful waterfowls of which roam freely on and around the two natural ponds and the cascading waterfalls. Other birds such as the macaws, parrots, pheasants, hornbills, birds-of-prey, finches, sunbirds, soft-bills, kingfishers and many others, formed part of the vast varieties of birds being kept at the park for exhibition and breeding purposes.

Service given

 

Open : minimum 9am-7pm

Entrace fee: Yes

For kids: Playgrounds and pettingarea

Food: The birdpark has a places where you can get a snack

 

Taking photos: Is allowed, if publiciesed, please mention the zoo on your homepage

 

Contact

Phone number 604-3991899
Fax number  604-399 1898
Address: Penang Bird Park, Taman Burung Seberang Jaya, Jalan Todak, Seberang Jaya
Pulau Pinang, 13700, Malaysia
web-adress: www.penangbirdpark.com.my
E-mail: penangbp@streamyx.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to finde the Park:


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I don't have any guides of this birdpark. Does any body know if they made any guides? And where I can get those?

 

 

 

 In the year 2013 they had theire 25th anniversarry. Have they made any books on this occassion?

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