Take in the scent of eucalyptus as you venture into Shaw Foundation Australian Outback which is home to some 30 bird species from Down Under.
This largest aviary of Bird Paradise is modelled after the forested valleys of continental Africa. On-site mature trees have been preserved to create densely forested home for over 80 species of amazing African birds.
Feast your eyes on the spectacle of crimson hues. Meet some of the world’s most brilliantly coloured birds, amongst wetland vegetation and crimson blooms.
Replicating Bali’s tranquil bamboo groves and rice terraces, this sanctuary showcases how some Asian avian treasures have adapted to live in man-made habitats.
The mysterious interior of New Guinea and its unique bird treasures are unveiled in this patch of paradise. Over 25 species of fascinating rainforest birds coexist peaceably here.
Penguin Cove features one of the world’s largest sub-Antarctic, cold salt-water habitats for penguins.
Songs of the Forest features some of the rarest melody makers of Southeast Asia such as the straw-headed bulbul, Bali mynah, Asian starlings and laughing thrushes.