KL Bird Park Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia / Travel

Our time in Kuala Lumpur is coming to an end and we’re heading out to Singapore in just a couple days. But I still have a lot of activities to blog about and pictures to highlight. One of these was the KL Bird Park, which boasts the largest free flight aviary in the world. From our time in Costa Rica, I thought I’d seen all the beautiful birds that existed, but I was wrong. There are some amazing and beautiful birds here that I’ve never seen before. One of the most interesting was the Great Hornbill, which almost looks like it has an extra beak.

We also met up with some new friends at the bird park, Steve & Amy and their kids, a really nice traveling family from the states. It’s been great getting to know them, even though our time together was short. Another day, we met them at the Craft Complex and the kids had fun doing batik paintings on cloth, a traditional Malaysian artform.

Check out more pictures and videos below from our time at the KL Bird Park and the Craft Complex, as well as some shots from the Pavilion Mall, where we enjoyed some delicious ramen on “Tokyo Street.”


Brandon is a location independent entrepreneur, musician, traveler, worldschooling father, and the principal author of this blog. He's all about reaching his potential and enjoying life to the fullest in every moment while inspiring others to do the same.


Comments

  1. Well that is certainly a lot of eye candy! I love the brilliant red birds – it’s hard to believe that is a natural color…

  2. Welcome to Singapore.

    I am sure you are going to experience something different here.

  3. Those birds are magnificent… how fun for you guys. I’m excited to see pictures of Singapore!

  4. Jennifer Pearce Says: February 11, 2012 at 12:09 am

    I think my favorites were the scarlet ibis and that beautiful toucan. I am so glad for the fun experiences and adventures we are having together. This world is such an amazing place.

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