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Taking the subway to the Zoo is fast and easy and cheap. For only 25RMB admission, the experiences are well worth it! The zoo is laid out on a hillside and the animals are situated on several levels inside the zoo. While all exhibits are...More
Of the three zoos I've visited in China, it seems to be noisier, there wasn't any staff visible, and some of the people are the animals.
To get here, get on Line 2 (Green) and get off at the Chongqing Zoo metro stop. The stop...More
If you want to see Pandas this is the place to go. The sanctuary for Pandas in Chengdu is a wonderful environment but to get a good view of the Pandas go to Chongqing Zoo. There was 6 Pandas out the day I went to...More
One of the highlights of our trip was to Chongqing Zoo, to see some of the many Panda's they have there. Apart from red Pandas, they have about 12 Giant Pandas. To see them in real life is amazing. They perform to the audience, by...More
While you might want to see the tigers or birds, you are probably here for the Pandas, and you will not be disappointed. They have done a nice job of getting them into a visible situation without causing them any noticeable inconvenience. They seem quite...More
Before this, I had only seen pandas at the San Diego Zoo (and those two are returning to China later this month) and at the city zoo in Beijing.
This visit was incredible -- the best of all!
The area has the high humidity of...More
I don't normally approve of zoos but Chonqing zoo has a conservation and breeding programme and sends pandas all over the world. They did look very happy and healthy and the zoo is set of beautifully maintained grounds.
We visited the zoo in the last october 2014. Our Viking guide told us the only way to handle Pandas was to go thru the ministry of culture and then you have to be a government sponsored zoo keeper. The Panda is a very... More
We visited the zoo in the last october 2014. Our Viking guide told us the only way to handle Pandas was to go thru the ministry of culture and then you have to be a government sponsored zoo keeper. The Panda is a very anxiety ridden animal like the koala from Australia. They can go into a fright state and expire if they sense an unknown. I know it is a bit overstated, but it happens.