The zoo is very big.. a lot of animals in there and especially there are some pandas. Magnificent! Must visit for kids.
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We're both animal lovers, and regularly enjoy trips to our local zoo in Sydney. We may have somewhat spoiled us when it comes to other zoos. The opportunity to see the pandas is predominately what drew us here - but as we wandered around the...More
We wanted to see a panda and this zoo was easy to get to and not expensive. JR station accross road from the park. Has great food in the station too to take with you. Zoo has plenty of vending machines to top up on...More
Fun experience, we mostly enjoyed the elephants, rhino, hippo, seals, unfortunately the panda was asleep and we didn't get to see the newly born cub. Food available here and drinks, two souvenir shops also, cool cookies :)
We stayed near this zoo, and decided to visit. It seemed on the small side. considering the size of Ueno park. It was clean and well maintained, but some of the exhibits, including the children's zoo, were closed for renovations. We enjoyed a few of...More
We get the pandas straight away so the big attraction is ticked off the list. It is a good sized zoo so there is plenty for everyone. There are two reasons I go to a zoo: 1 to be educated and enjoy the animals 2....More
Huge area! You can spend half a day there easily! Lots of animals are present including the star of the zoo - pandas! The elephants are also a sight to see.. There also a lot of animals present, so very good for families, kids or...More
If you are in the neighborhood and you have a few hours to spare, especially when you have small children, this is a really Nice visit. Be sure to go before 15:00 because around 16:30 most of the animals will be back in their indoor...More
As a family with 4 children, we have obviously been to many zoos, therefore, we wanted to check this one out and we were not disappointed in doing so. This was one of the best zoo experiences we have ever had. The animals looked well...More