Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Malaysia Chronicles Four: KL Bird Park

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The one place that I really wanted to visit in Kuala Lumpur is its Bird Park. Except for the lone maya chirping outside my apartment window, birds are such a rare sight from where I live that I can’t but seize the chance to see them at close range. Located within the Lake Gardens, the city’s 8.5-hectare free-flight walk-in aviary houses 800 birds of 60 local and foreign species, which include:

Oriental Pied Hornbill
Indian Blue Peacock

Crowned Pigeons
Sun Conures and Ring-necked Parakeets

The birds were fascinating, but the park itself was breathtaking. We spent the entire morning exploring the place and taking delight in its verdurous vista.
Flamingo Pond


Loree said...

What beautiful birds.
BTW, I loved your comment on my blog.

Anonymous said...

...and the place is fully accessible by hoho!

Arti said...

Wow..what a beauieul place...
The peacocks are found in large numbers here especially in the northen part of India, they are so lovely!!
Have a great day:)

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