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All the animals were neglected. Like legit, on the sign, it said no feeding. Did any of the people give a sh**? No. I saw at least 30 people feeding the animals. One of them was feeding them a cheese puff. I took a picture...More
My family enjoys zoos and the Shanghai zoo had a nice selection of animals. including pandas.
The space the zoo takes up is very nice with lots of trees and green. The walking paths were large and there was quite a bit of shade to...More
Nicely laid out in very extensive parkland setting with large enclosures for all the animals. The panda enclosure was under renovation but should be re-open now. Facilities for visitors dated and tired. Needs a refresh.
The park was splendid, beautiful big trees, lovely open spaces, but as usual lots of people. Some of the animal enclosures seemed comfortable, while others definitely seemed like cages. A lovely way to spend a morning or afternoon. The most annoying feature, was the busses/carts...More
This zoo was the worst I have ever been to. First moment is OK，big public park for elderly people practicing taichi, that's nice. But the animal part was such a disappointment. Some exhibits were nice, but then there were plenty of really small cages for...More
Perfect combination of a beautiful park and a zoo. Wandering around the perfect setting to discover animals is great fun. Huge lake, lots of trees and flowers only enhances the experience. Pandas and African penguins were my favorites but find your own favorites in this...More
I did not hold too much hopes after reading the TA reviews. We took a car there but the zoo is located right beside the train station. The entrance fee of 80rmb was very cheap for a Zoo of its size and location. I have...More
Quite a good zoo with plenty of attractions. The animals appeared well looked after, although the elephants did show signs of distress.
The cages and enclosures could do with being updated. There are restaurants there. For those not used to others with no concept of...More
Response from Alok_Nahata | Reviewed this property |
If you are landing at the Shanghai Hongqiao International airport, then Holiday Inn Shanghai Hongqiao would be the best as it is near to the hotel and zoo is also a 10 min drive from the hotel. Hotel will arrange the taxi in... More
If you are landing at the Shanghai Hongqiao International airport, then Holiday Inn Shanghai Hongqiao would be the best as it is near to the hotel and zoo is also a 10 min drive from the hotel. Hotel will arrange the taxi in few minutes only.
Response from Resort377449 | Reviewed this property |
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.