Loved bird watching, especially ones you can watch while seated comfortably?
Well, if you’re an avid fan of the talking parrots live shows, cartwheels and all, I’ve got great news for you.
Jurong Bird Park is celebrating their 50th year of existence the best way they know how: by giving you massive discounts.
Think 93% discount on admission passes.
Ticket Price for Jurong Bird Park Will Be $2.50 For Whole of Jan 21 (U.P. $32)
To celebrate their 50th year anniversary on 3 Jan 2021, Jurong Bird Park is offering heavily discounted prices for their admission passes for the entire month of January.
For all local residents (i.e. anyone who’s not a tourist), admission passes will cost S$2.50.
Ticket prices for Jurong Bird Park are usually S$32 (adults), $21 (children between 3 and 12 years old) and $15 (senior citizens).
But, of course, there are a few terms and conditions to follow.
Must Pre-Book Tickets
For those who have the habit of going anywhere on a whim, you can’t do that at Jurong Bird Park.
In order to facilitate crowd management and ensure that safe-distancing measures are kept to, tickets must be pre-booked.
We’re now in Phase 3 and several local attractions are allowed to increase their visitor capacity limit.
Other terms and conditions apply.
A Slew Of Celebratory Events
Of course, a celebration isn’t truly one, even with massive discounts, and Jurong Bird Park isn’t any different in this regard.
In the month of January, visitors can look forward to the special edition of the High Flyers show featuring Big John, a sulphur-crested cockatoo aged over 50 years old.
Expect to be awed by free-flying birds swooping over your head as the presenter bombard you with fun facts.
Big John, however, won’t be doing any flying since he’s now a senior citizen.
Instead, he’ll be showing off his handsome-ness perched while his life story and personality is shared with you.
Visitors will also be able to see how the park developed and evolved over the years, including the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh back in 1972.
A digital trail of the park will also be launched in Mar 2021, WRS revealed.
Foster a Flamingo
Want to do your part for the birdlife in Singapore?
You can also foster a flamingo in 2021 by donating S$50.
Not only do you get an e-certificate and voucher for a flamingo key ring, you’ll also get satisfaction in knowing that you’ve contributed to the “care of animals, research and education programmes across (its) parks”.
Proceeds will also help support conservation projects protecting threatened species in Singapore and the region as well.
You can book your tickets here.
P/S: Make sure to be fast because 1 Jan 2021 has already been sold out.
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