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Do not expect more for this zoo, mostly ALL the animals looks depressed. The rhino enclosure is too bad because too small for 3 giant rhinos. All animals seems not feed enough and looks hungry. But since you can feed the animals with your own...More
This part of the tour was the most depressing and pointless section of all. We are very spoilt in Australia in regards to zoos. We have in Sydney, Taronga Zoo and in Dubbo the fabulous zoo there. This place was sad and very much lacking...More
What to say? The day was rainy, windy and cold, all of course not fault of the zoo itself!
The park is divided up into two sections, an amusement park to the right and the animals to the left. From the main entrance the animals...More
As a westerner, it's probably not a place you want to see or give money to. There is a decent variety of animals; however, they are relegated to tiny, dilapidated pens that seem much more like a prison than a sanctuary. Many of the animals...More
I went with a Chinese family and both the adults and children loved it. However, I'm from England and this zoo was quite distressing for me.
To be fair to this zoo, animals are very often kept in horrible conditions throughout the country and not...More
I was always cautious about writing reviews of Zoos, especially in some countries where the animal rights are questionable. I am glad to say that the conditions in this zoo can compete with most of the zoos in the Western hemisphere and probably win.
Wuxi Zoo is a lovely place which is in the same campus with and amusement park as well. Both for small kids and adult may enjoy in there. With a wide range of animals can enjoy the time. Enterence fee is 100rmb/adult. 398rmb yearly family...More