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Wuxi Zoo

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Wuxi Zoo

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No.99 Qianrong Road, Binhu District, Wuxi 214063 China
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Private Full-Day Tour of Suzhou from Wuxi with Lunch
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Private Full-Day Tour of Suzhou from Wuxi with Lunch

Explore beautiful paradise city Suzhou on this wonderful day trip from Wuxi by bullet train. Enjoy your fully customized sightseeing of the city top attractions based on your personal interests and pace. Choose to see the beautiful Humble Administrator's Garden, Tiger Hill, Panmen Gate, Jinji Lake and etc Take a boat ride along the old Grand Canal or walk along on the historic Pingjiang Road and Shantang Street to experience the local life. Tasty lunch, round-trip bullet train ticket, private guide and transfer service are inclusive.
$197.95 per adult
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r1karegina wrote a review Sep 2019
Wuxi, China632 contributions33 helpful votes
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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 vegetables, yes you can bring your own vegetables and feed the animals like sheeps, cows, monkeys, bears, camels, deers, swans, ducks etc. I feel I can help them to makes them happy a little bit. As long as only vegetables, you're allowed to feed them. The entrance fee for adults is RMB 80 including entrance fee for aquarium. For some people with wheel chair, this place is suitable too for them.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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baldwaiter wrote a review Apr 2017
Byron Shire, Australia91 contributions26 helpful votes
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 in maintenance. The tour company Nexus could think twice about including it in their itinerary. The animals looked bored out of their minds and even the pandas were not very well kept.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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KW M wrote a review Feb 2017
Belfast, United Kingdom447 contributions121 helpful votes
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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 are a good 10-15 minutes walk. The main restaurant is in the amusement park area, so you must walk all the way back to the main gate, and then walk 5 minutes up into the amusement park in order to eat. There are snack bars of course in the animal area, but for a real restaurant you must go to the amusement park area. Animal habitats are a throwback to the pre1970's in the West, good basic selection of animals, but their enclosures looked like solitary confinement in a maximum security prison. Honestly because of time constraints and the rain, we never seen all the animals, but I found myself looking into their eyes and saying "sorry" to everyone of them I did see. The animal habitats, and surrounding buildings all have rust, dirt and peeling paint. There is very little upkeep and it makes the place look shabby. The restaurant had good food and a reasonable price. Though keeping the doors closed and the heat on would have made eating there much more enjoyable. Because of the rain and wind we ended up in an amusement arcade for 45 minutes, we asked why the heat wasn't on, ( it was about 5C outside), and the workers said they weren't allowed to turn it on. Typical of most places these days, you must exit through the gift shop, and the gift shop also had no heat turned on. After walking around in the cold and rain for a few hours, some heat would have been nice!! I will give it one more try in the future, just to see what the rest of the place looks like. I have little hope it will be a paradise for the animals, but who knows. If animal welfare is a primary concern for you, don't go to this place.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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M8715MLkateb wrote a review Jan 2017
53 contributions23 helpful votes
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 appear a bit malnourished and it's really rather depressing. Definitely not a place to bring the kids.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Jason B wrote a review Nov 2016
Makati, Philippines66 contributions51 helpful votes
This isn't a place you want to go. Its sad animals in pens. With so much nature in Wuxi you can skip this and go on a walk that will be far more enjoyable.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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