The Crane Dance

If you love birds, then there are many places you can go and activities you can participate here in Singapore to get to know these creatures up close. Explore these places to get amazed by the wit and beauty of our feathery friends. Check these out:

Bird Watching

Bird watching is also referred as “birding”. This activity lets people observe and identify birds in their natural habitat for recreational or educational purposes. Birding is a popular outdoor recreational activity. Birders learn to spot and distinguish the feathers, colours and structure of bird species.

You only need few tools to enjoy this activity. You should first provide binoculars so you can spot birds and the field guide where you can read valuable ideas about birds. Field guides will also brief you with the different kinds of birds.

Bird Parks

If you want to see many bird species without going outside the country, just go to the Jurong Bird Park. The park houses thousands of bird species that gathered over five continents. It also features bird shows of delightful birds doing various tricks.


If you want a more natural setting, you can check out the birds at our reservoirs, particularly the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, MacRitchie Reservoir and Kent Ridge Park. Among the birds you can spot are various species of mynas, drongos, flycatchers, tailorbirds and herons.

Crane Dance

If in this case you want to specifically study cranes, you can let go of the serious part for the moment and enjoy the crane dance. Crane dance is an entertainment offered in Singapore. It is free. The presentations commenced last January 11, 2013 and it will end on July 1, 2013.

You can see the Crane Dance at Resorts World Sentosa at 9 o’clock every evening. The whole family will enjoy the unfolding of the love story of the two cranes. The story is presented with the use of audio and visual technologies plus light and water effects.

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