Taman Safari Indonesia is a safari park in Bogor, Indonesia. The park covers more than 168 hectares of land and contains more than 2,500 animals most of which are Indonesian. The park is known for being one of the most successful endangered animal breeding centers in the world. Bengal and albino tigers, Giraffes, Malayan Sun Bears, rhinoceroses, Orangutans, Hippos, zebras, cheetahs, elephants, and komodos are some of the species that roam freely in the park. The park is also home to conserved birds such as the Bali Starling and a small white Mynah bird. To tour the park visitors can use either personal or rented vehicles.