Kuok Group Wings of Asia features over 30 species of avian treasure from the world’s largest continent. Replicating Bali’s tranquil bamboo groves and serene rice terraces, this sanctuary showcases how birds have adapted to live in man-made habitats.
Stately cranes, elegant storks and flamboyant pheasants await you in this tranquil paradise. Relish the opportunity to encounter the rarest spoonbill species — the black-faced spoonbill, and one of the world’s most endangered ducks — the Baer’s pochard.
A Balinese-inspired terraced rice field takes the landscape centre stage of Kuok Group Wings of Asia. Take a leisurely stroll along elevated walkways and watch cranes, storks and herons forage in shallow waters.
Continue to bird-watch in Balinese-styled open pavilions before you walk through the split gateway or `candi-bentar’. Try your hands at the water organ and gamelan to create bird songs and soothing sounds of nature.
Admire the view from the pavilion over looking the paddy field as you feed the pelicans with their favourite fishes.
Prior online booking required