A Balinese-inspired terraced rice field takes the landscape centre stage of 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
Wings of Asia sits on the site of a former village replete with fruit trees. Some of these trees have been retained and carefully integrated into the landscape. During the fruiting seasons, you can feast your eyes on durians, jackfruits and rambutans while our frugivorous birds enjoy the sweet treats.