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Chongqing Zoo (Chongqing Dongwuyuan)

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Chongqing Zoo (Chongqing Dongwuyuan)

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No.25 Xijiao Road, Jiulongpo District, Chongqing 400050 China
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280 USD Per Group Chongqing Wulong Karst National Park Private Tour
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280 USD Per Group Chongqing Wulong Karst National Park Private Tour

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This is a private tour priced by group,300 USD per group not per adult.<br><br>Wulong Karst Geographic National Park was the second tour attraction inscribed on World Heritage List by UNESCO in Chongqing, the first one is Dazu Rock Carvings which mostly dedicates the cultural and historic side of Chongqing. This National park pretty much represents the natural side of this enormous city in western China. After Transformer IV was filmed in here, it's now becoming a super hot spot and the very first must go site in Chongqing. <br><br>We focus on private tour service, make our clients travel like a local. <br><br>Besides, you also need a friendly and sophisticated guide and a safe driver to do critical help, a driver-guide who knows both Chinese culture and how to do a safe, joyful and professional guiding job will be your choice.
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Crwydrgi wrote a review Mar 2020
Newport, Wales60 contributions45 helpful votes
When our tour guide asked for a 5:30am start we trusted in his experience and set out in bleary-eyed anticipation. It was well worth the effort since we not only beat the crowds that would undoubtedly come later, but we also caught the animals at their most active and animated. I had not been overly excited by the prospect of looking at pandas asleep in their enclosures but the lively antics we saw on that morning visit far exceeded expectations.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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pdxworldtravler wrote a review Jan 2020
Beaverton, Oregon243 contributions88 helpful votes
A large modern zoo but for most westerners it's going to be the chance to see 8 giant Pandas and many red pandas at leisure without a crush of people trying to see them because they are spread out in several different enclosures with lots of viewing space.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Everett94 wrote a review Jan 2020
Orlando, Florida190 contributions74 helpful votes
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I had an opportunity to spend several hours at the zoo as part of a 15-day Nexus Holidays tour of China. I grew up in Washington, D.C., and remember when the National Zoo was gifted with two giant pandas following President Nixon's visit to China in 1972. Along with many thousands of others, I waited hours for a glimpse of Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing. At the Chongqing Zoo, the staff do a good job keeping both adult and juvenile pandas visible at all times. They seemed to have some sort of rotation that made it easy to observe the unique animals and get the ubiquitous photos, while ensuring that they also had time for privacy and rest. Near the panda enclosure was a well-stocked little gift shop with all manner of panda themed merchandise. I might have spent $100 USD on souvenirs, but they did not accept credit cards. Something future visitors may want to keep in mind. Aside from the giant pandas, the zoo also has many other beautiful animals. Somewhat sadly, though, they don't seem to get the same treatment as the "stars." Many of the enclosures appeared to be a bit cramped, and somewhat poorly maintained. I didn't notice any staff interacting with these animals (tigers, giraffes, elephants, etc.), and they didn't appear to have any "toys" for stimulation or exercise. I felt particularly bad for a lone bear, who looked a bit worn, and was begging for food. Since Chongqing is the largest municipality in China, it seems a shame that the zoo has not seen more investment, which would help to create a more pleasant experience for visitors and the animals. Hopefully as tourism continues to grow this will improve.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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368graym wrote a review Dec 2019
Bluffton, South Carolina92 contributions44 helpful votes
Pandas, pandas everywhere. Although it is part of a zoo we spent our entire time just watching these magical creatures. Doing so had an indescribable calming effect. Truly an experience we will never forget.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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JenMcG91 wrote a review Nov 2019
Tuckahoe, New York6 contributions1 helpful vote
Best part was seeing the Great Pandas!!! If you are in Chongqing and have some time, you’ll see some animals that you may not see elsewhere.....Great Pandas for sure, red pandas, white tigers, and some particularly energetic monkeys :)
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Date of experience: November 2019
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