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#12 of 177 Tours in Chengdu
Chengdu, China
About YakPanda
why our tour named Yakpanda, Yak is spiritual animals on the Himalaya Tibetan region, we are like to take our guests to see wildlife and experience local`s life on Tibetan plateau, Sihuan as Qinghai and Lhhsas and West Sichuan tour. our attitudes like a Yak, eat grass make milk and ride back home safety,(low-cost high expectation ) Panda is a cute animal from west china Scihaun, so we are specialized take guests to visit Panda hometown, Chengdu tour, Sichuan travel, whatever you are interested at natural beauty, the villages, discovery more wildlife habitat we are always leading you experience choice our tour is your travel highlights, we are making the tours more than like Yak, you getting experience more than panda ---Yakpanda
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SimonKLKL wrote a review Sep 2020
Shenzhen, China22 contributions22 helpful votes
An amazing two days in Chengdu with Jay. Day one, we covered the Panda breeding centre, tried some delicious Sichuan food specialities, took part in a tea ceremony, visited local markets and had a cooking class. Day two was a trip to Leshan and the incredible Giant Buddha followed by some yummy Leshan food. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Kristen M wrote a review Jan 2020
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The instructions about where and when to get the tickets and where the actual opera is are vague. Mobile tickets aren't available and tickets must be picked up the day of the event and the opera is right across the street in a Teahouse. The actual opera was fantastic and well worth the money. You get free tea and sunflower seeds and there is wine, food ,and snacks available to buy. Highly recommended event!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Rebecca S wrote a review Dec 2019
8 contributions4 helpful votes
This review of our October trip is a bit late but I would have to say one of my best experiences while visiting China. We were met at our hotel by Jay, who turned out to be a very informative and personable guide for the day. Not only did he share information about the center and the pandas, but we talked about life experiences in our countries, things of interest to both of us and how we as Americans are in love with the pandas. We enjoyed acting as panda keepers while the pandas watched us clean out their areas. Feeding them their snacks was such a treat as well as just watching them eat their bamboo and sit in their enclosures. We had a nice lunch and gained lots of information from a video about the research centers. Another highlight included seeing Red Pandas and some bears at the centers.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Noor711 wrote a review Dec 2019
Pasir Ris, null, Singapore586 contributions64 helpful votes
Sean awaited us in our hotel lobby at the mentioned timing. Everything went smoothly. he was kind enough to cater to our meal preference. he explained all the information clearly and splendidly. Good spoken English. The driver Jay is also good in explanation.
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Date of experience: December 2019
quiny83 wrote a review Dec 2019
Dublin, Ireland17 contributions12 helpful votes
We had an amazing trip to the Dujiangyan Wolong panda centre. Being a Panda keeper for the day is worth every penny. We saw over 40 Pandas, a good mix of baby pandas and adults. We made panda cakes, cleaned the enclosure and the best of all was feeding the beautiful panda bamboo shoots in his enclosure. So much fun. 5 stars.
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Date of experience: December 2019