It was my first visit to KL Bird Park and I find it quite an interesting attraction in Kuala Lumpur. It is a place suitable for a family outing and a perfect place for couples to enjoy the day for bird watching and its beautiful greenery landscape.
Currently, KL Bird Park is having a promotion and I find the price is affordable, with RM16 per entry for adults (Malaysian citizen with Mykad), one can spend the whole day chilling out and relax, with many free-roaming birds. The price for senior citizens & children is only RM6.
I was at the KL Bird Park to do my weekly photoshoot after visited the Zoo Negara. By going photoshoot more often, I find it will improve my photography skills and test out my new Fujifilm X-T30 camera too.
After getting home and checked out those bird photos and I was quite impressed with the image quality straight out of the camera. I’ve been learning and improving photography skills as I am slowly building my part-time career as a personal travel photographer in Malaysia.
I will be providing homestay rentals business and offer personal photoshoots for the homestay guests in the coming years if everything goes well. Fingers crossed!
You might be seeing me visiting these tourist places more often on the weekends because these are the reasons. I am taking my homestay guests for a photoshoot as part of my service, to some of the popular tourist spots in Kuala Lumpur such as Zoo Negara, KL Bird Park, Batu Caves, and around the city.
For now, everything just talks. Let’s get back to the main topic, I have quite a lot of shots of the birds at the bird park including the Great Hornbills, owls, flamingos, parrots, Victoria crowned pigeons, eagles and many more! The children and families can also feed the birds and take pictures.
I had a great Sunday and here are some of the photos I have taken during my outing at the bird park. If you need a personal photographer for travel, you can book a photoshoot session with me.
I completed walking at the park in 3 hours and get back home by Grab, which cost me around RM15. I was actually planning to go to the Saloma Link Bridge as the pedestrian bridge only open during the day and closed at night during the PKPP pandemic recovery here in Malaysia. So make sure to go during the day!
How To Get To Bird Park
It is much easier to take Grab to the bird park, as there are limited parking spaces and the parking will be filled up with cars before noon as the visitors pouring in. As the bird park is one of the popular tourist attractions in KL, it is much easy to search for ‘KL Bird Park’ in the Grab app. If you are going to another location in KL, there are also KL Hop On Hop Off bus just 5 minutes away, taking you around the city by a double-decker bus.
You will definitely have a wonderful day at KL Bird Park as happy and beautiful birds line ups to fly in front of you.