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We were keen to head over to the mainland for the day and thought we would pop into penang bird park. It boasts the largest range of birds in Malaysia and I can believe it. The highlight was holding the owls however, as per other...More
Spend hours strolling through the park. All bird seems to be well take care of. Price is rm25 for Malaysian adult- reasonable given that the park is well taken despite its age(30year old according to the proud worker). A toilet at the end of park...More
As compared to KL Bird Park, this is much a tone down version. Nothing really interesting. A bit run down. You can skip this one if you have been to KL Bird Park. Nevertheless, you can visit this place if you have spare time.
I went to this bird park with my sister and young cousins around 5 pm on a weekday. The park had no visitors except us. So we really enjoyed our time learning about varieties of bird species. The place was well kept and maintained. Staffs...More
Whilst not in the same league as the amazing Bird Part at Kuala Lumpur, the Penang Bird Park has an excellent range of "inmates", and is very well worth a visit, if only for the daily shows. They have a crocodile too - which adds...More
We visited Penang Bird Park on our way from Georgetown to Kuala Lumpur after reading the positive reviews online about the facilities. However, on arrival we were very disappointed with the state of some of the birds. When we were walking through the park, we...More
Most of the birds are in small cages with a very small grilling. It's event hard to see some of them because of the grilling. Only some of them are in a bigger place where you can see them better. Everything look old and rusted....More
They have a sign saying their vision is to be the best bird park in Malaysia. That will never happen. The park in in KL is a quantum leap in every way.
The place is dirty, most of the birds are in relatively small cages...More