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We went to see the animals as my partner had never been to china before and he was super keen to see a panda. Would have prefered to go to the better reviewed Wildlife Sanctuary in Shanghai, but due to distance and time were unable...More
The Shanghai Zoo is a very nice surprise in the western part of Shanghai. The zoo is located right outside the entrance to Metro Line 10 on the Hongqiao Airport/Railway branch. The layout is quite good, but did have a few difficulties in keeping things...More
Had been to this Zoo on a off day. but this place being dense forest cover it is quite chilled. One of my friend has interest to see Panda. So I have been part of this Trip where I got a chance to see a...More
On a recent visit to China I wanted to see a Giant Panda before my return to the UK. We were not disappointed, this zoo has 2 Giant Pandas, we managed to get lots of video footage and pictures. We spent a whole hour just...More
Poorly upkept zoo. Most of the animals are either alone or in pairs. Some animals are cramped in small enclosures. Facilities are rundown.
Despite the no feeding sign, visitors are feeding the animals with snacks and sweets. No zoo staff around.
Loud The Cranberries music...More
Our main purpose to go here was to see the Panda which is a really beautiful animal and if you really want to see it in it's full beauty, go early in the morning around 8:30 am when the Pandas have their breakfast. It is...More
Our plans changed and we missed out on the panda research base, and we really wanted to see pandas in china and looked at the reviews for Shanghai zoo and thought this zoo seems okay. We were completely horrified the enclosures for the bears,giraffes etc...More
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Hi you have 2 options first you can take subway closest metro station to your hotel as I've check is line 12 ningguo station and you need interchange to line 10 tiantong Lu station up to Shanghai zoo.Stations are written in... More
Hi you have 2 options first you can take subway closest metro station to your hotel as I've check is line 12 ningguo station and you need interchange to line 10 tiantong Lu station up to Shanghai zoo.Stations are written in english so its not really hard to commute.but its quite far about 18 stations from your hotel. Second you can also take taxi ask the concierge from your hotel to write the address of shanghai zoo in chinese and your hotel for your convenience because most of the taxi driver in shanghai can only speak chinese. And i may also suggest that you better go there a little bit early shanghai zoo is quite big and around 5:30 or 6 its a little bit dark already. Only few lights and better bring your own food like sandwich or any food you can easily prepare because stores are limited.
The entrance fee is 60 RMB for adults. However I will recommend you visit the Wild Animal Park if you have more time and budget (160 RMB). You can read my review on tripadvisor. Is provides a lot of useful details for your... More
The entrance fee is 60 RMB for adults. However I will recommend you visit the Wild Animal Park if you have more time and budget (160 RMB). You can read my review on tripadvisor. Is provides a lot of useful details for your trip.