Bali Bird Park
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sights of largest and finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world
Bali Bird Park covers 2 hectares of fine tropical gardens and an onsite aviary that’s home to almost 1,000 exotic birds of 250 species. Serving as a fun and attractive playground for bird lovers, Bali Bird Park hosts animal feeding sessions throughout the day.
The Bird Park houses more than 1.000 birds representing more than 250 species in an enclosed aviary.
Animal park with exotic-bird shows, feedings & displays, plus reptiles, native plants & a cafe.
Bali Bird Park and Reptilarium. The largest and the finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world. 1000 birds of 250 different species, within 2 hectares of botanical garden.
This is a great place for family's to enjoy the magnificent beauty of Indonesian birds in natural settings, all in one location. Highly recommended.
Bali Bird Park, which has over 250 exotic bird species, including the largest collection of the Bird of Paradise, as well as the famous Bali Starling and Komodo Dragon.
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