December 18, 2011 17:05 PM
Melaka Bird Park To Emulate Singapore’s Success – Mohd Ali
From Nasarudin Omar
SINGAPORE, Dec 18 (Bernama) — The Melaka Government wants a Melaka Bird Park, now underneath construction, to obey a success achieved by a government of a Jurong Bird Park here.
Singing praises of a republic’s bird park that has a largest series and class of birds in a world, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said.
“I am preoccupied by a healthy background, as good as a upgrades done on a bird park over a years.
“This will be a good instance for a Melaka Government (to follow).
Speaking to reporters on Saturday after a three-hour revisit to a bird park that was non-stop to a open on Jan 3, 1971, Mohd Ali was given a lecture by Wildlife Reserves Singapore Chief Executive Officer Isabella Loh and Jurong Bird Park General Manager R. Raja Segran.
The Melaka Bird Park will residence 300 class on a 1.8 hectare of land in Taman Botanikal, Ayer Keroh, when it is set adult by early 2013.
This new tourism product of Melaka is partial of a second proviso of a landscape and tourism comforts growth plan travelling 92.5 hectares in Melaka’s Botanical Park.
Mohd Ali pronounced Melaka would work with a government of a Jurong Bird Park that had confirmed a recognition among tourists given it began handling about 40 years ago.
“I am amused by a opening of a parrot here that can pronounce in several languages, as good as a carmine macaw (another parrot species) that is means to fly to deliever a created message,” he added.
The arch apportion pronounced Melaka was also meddlesome in shopping a bird park’s monorail, that runs 1.72km, for designation during a botanical park.
“We will see if a monorail is suitable for use,” pronounced Mohd Ali, who was sensitive by Isabella that a Jurong Bird Park monorail would be transposed with a tram.