We made a quick visit to the zoo to see the Pandas. We watched them eat their bambo. The one toilet was not really up to North American standards but it did the job. It was very crowded even at the end of the day.
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The zoo is well presented, clean, and well explained with adequate signs or direction. The panda cages are well displayed with signage detailing the origin of each panda offspring.
This is a very beautiful zoo. Well maintained (except for the toilets) and features 10 panda bears in their individual habitats. Panda's are not social animals, all they really do is sleep and eat bamboo but they are fun to see in person They also...More
Been to many zoos - mostly a depressing experience. This area is amazing! Plenty of room for most of the animals with ( birds and some monkeys excepted) great visual access for visitors. They have regular people that go there to do Tai Chi in...More
Had the chance to see young pandas (3) and many adult pandas. Very impressive. The zoo is quite big, so be sure to have proper footwear.
The zoo was worth a visit to see the Pandas including the famous Ling Ling. You need a reasonable length of time to see all of the Pandas as they are spread out across the area. The Park entrance is worth a visit with all...More
Poor environmental enclosures for the majority of the animals, could do with a massive over haul and fund injected into it. Not at all friendly for those with walking difficulties, my partner had to sit on the bus as they do not have wheel chairs...More
We stopped here just to see the pandas. Always fun to see pandas. They were amazing as usual the giant pandas and the red pandas were great.
The conditions the animals were in, just deplorable. This place should be given a complete overhaul. Just broke my heart to see the conditions the animals were living in.
It is difficult to rate zoos because many enclosures are totally inadequate for the animals, as was the case here. The Panda area seemed well suited to its inhabitants, however, and they were easily observed and seemed happy. The zoo is in a beautiful forest...More