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Natural Wild-insect Kingdom

#240 of 1,316 things to do in Shanghai Features Animals
No.1 Fenghe Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200120, China
+86 21 5840 5921
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Animal cruelty!

From the name you imagine a place containing insects, instead there is a large array of animals in... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
Daniel R
via mobile
Reasonable and inexpensive place for a toddler day-trip

We live in Shanghai and this is an inexpensive place to take our toddler for a day trip. The... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2017
Andrew L
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Shanghai Region, China
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8 Jan 2017
“Reasonable and inexpensive place for a toddler day-trip”
2 Mar 2017
“Animal cruelty!”
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No.1 Fenghe Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200120, China
Lujiazui
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

From the name you imagine a place containing insects, instead there is a large array of animals in tiny little cadges. Not recommended to anyone who cares about animals, seeing a ferret in a hamster cage was heartbreaking. A huge turtle in a fish tank,...More

2  Thank Daniel R
Reviewed 8 January 2017

We live in Shanghai and this is an inexpensive place to take our toddler for a day trip. The front entrance is shabby and odd plastic cut-outs of Bugs Bunny and Pepe le Pew are a very strange way of introducing guests to a place...More

1  Thank Andrew L
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Situated by the River, this is a nice little place to visit - even though it was inside. You can not always get what you want so you just gotta make do. I feel the place was well laid out, and all the exhibits were...More

1  Thank celticjames33
Reviewed 31 July 2016

For all of its shortcomings - yes there are some animals in less than ideal conditions and it's NOT near a Metro - welcome to China!!! this is the ONLY place in inner Shanghai where my boy could pet and feed an animal (goat)! Also...More

1  Thank henricuspeters
Reviewed 6 May 2016

It was good for education for my 6 years old daughter. She enjoyed it very much, much more than adult. When I visited Shanghai, it was rainy and foggy day, so this was one of the good place to visit.

Thank Jay K
Reviewed 13 April 2015

We visited recently this place. To be honest when I red reviews here I was a bit afraid that I will not like it - some reviews mentioned like bad smell, bad conditions for animals... We did not experience any of those, it was nice...More

1  Thank jindrabucek
Reviewed 22 June 2014

This place is right next to the Aquarium and for 60RMB, I thought I would take a look. What a mistake. I should have guessed something was not right when I saw Daffy Duck, Pepy Le Pew and Bugs Bunny figures in the forecourt that...More

1  Thank Ian B
Reviewed 26 March 2014

I wish I had consulted Trip Advisor before visiting this attraction. It is horrible. Small cages for the turtles. Smelly and unclean. We couldn't get out fast enough. Save your money and go to the aquarium or the Shanghai circus instead.

1  Thank 2552Barbara
Reviewed 5 May 2013

It is a far cry from the quality of Oceanarium, although located almost next door to it. There is nothing unique and nothing displayed in a inviting way. It is not educating in a way one would expect.

Thank JanuszRoman
Reviewed 19 April 2013

Well, I agree with the previous comments about how much of a horror show these poor animals are kept in. We stupidly decided to go because we thought it was more of a museum place about insects. As soon as we saw the raccoon at...More

2  Thank velvetbubblegun
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