Labuan Bird Park

Labuan Bird Park


Labuan Bird Park is the only bird park in Borneo. It is fully administered by the Department of Veterinary Service under the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry of Malaysia. Labuan Bird Park is located in the Northern part of Labuan with the distance from the city approximately 16km and takes about 20 minutes drive.


Labuan Bird Park houses a variety of wild and exotic birds. Construction of this park began in 1995 and it was fully completed in 1997. It was opened for the public in 1999 and officially launched on 4 August 2003 by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Malaysia, YB Dato Seri Haji Mohd Sharif bin Haji Omar.

The total area of the park is 6.9 hectares. It has three large dome-shaped cages surrounded by beautiful landscapes. This park is a sanctuary for most Borneo poultry species found by poultry observer. Among the facilities provided for the convenience of visitors are :
1) Walk-in aviary;
2) Birds sanctuary;
3) Rest area;
4) Gazebo;
5) Food stalls;
6) Walkway;
7) Souvenir shop;
8) Playground; and
9) Prayer room.


As of today, Labuan Bird Park remain the only sanctuary for many species of birds in Borneo. Among the species that are of particular interest are :

1) Blue and Gold Macaw 2) Sun Conure; 3) Ostrich; 4) Crowned Crane; 5) Hornbill; and 6) Peacock. Entrance Fees : Adult RM3.00 Children RM1.00 Student RM2.00 Senior Citizen RM2.00

Foreigner RM5.00

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