I guess the monkey brings balance to the park's ecology? It was rather funny seeing two monkeys perched on the sign board, but one ran away before I could snap the photo.
This one is my favourite. She(?) was quite a diva. Nonchalantly perching on the fence, flaunting her beauty while ignoring every one around her. Several visitors went to take selfies with her. One guy probably stood to close and the little diva didn't like the violation of her personal space, so she pecked him.
It took almost 2 hours to tour the whole park. By the time I was done, it was noon and I was starving. I decided to have lunch at the Hornbill Restaurant in the park. I ordered cream of mushroom soup (RM10.90), butter floss prawn (RM29.90), plain rice (RM2.90) and lychee iced tea (RM10.90). Suffice to say that you can get better quality food for much less at other restaurants. Not worth eating here. Don't waste your money.
Visiting this park was an amazing experience but it was also sad in a way. I mean, how often would we get a chance to see so many beautiful birds in one place? But then again, those are birds — creatures that are supposed to soar high in the sky. I felt especially sad when I saw the caged eagle. Birds like flamingoes, pigeons, peacocks and ibises freely roamed the park. But the park is still a cage, albeit a huge one.