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The park is free to enter and 10MOP to see the panda pavilion. That is so cheap! However you may not see the panda - up to him if he comes into the part of the enclosure where the public can see. We only stayed...More
OK, we went here to see the pandas and it was interesting to see them feeding but they did not come to close to the front of their enclosure so we had to view them from 20 m away. Two share one enclosure and the...More
If you think that this will be the only opportunity you will ever have to see Pandas, then do visit, However, there are other facilities in China that are superior to this. Oh, and don't visit between 1pm and 2pm because it is closed for...More
There is plenty to see at Seac Pai Van Park and most of it is free. The only thing you have to pay for is the Giant Panda pavilion which costs $10 Macau (very cheap). When we were there there was 2 enclosures one with...More
At the time of my visit there were three pandas visible. I got a ticket for an hourly slot ten minute after I arrived and entered with maybe 6 other people. I’ve been to a few places that have pandas on display, and to put...More
Nice little zoo which gives you the opportunity to get a very good view of the pandas. It is very cheap to get in at around £1.00 entry fee. Well worth a visit if you are in Macau with a spare few hours.
We went there after visiting Ocean Park Pandas, Pandas were not active at all in ocean park Hong Kong. We arrived at Macau Giant Panda by 2pm and this was a totally opposite experience.
There were three Pandas in two enclosures and all three of...More
Our visit here was brief, as they only have a few Pandas. It is a very small facility, easy to find on the 26A bus. The entrance fee is cheap and we only stayed for about 20 minutes - that was heaps of time. Probably...More
I wrote a review for another place which was supposed to be ibtended for this. Anyway, as I mentioned in my previous review, we really enjoyed here. The pandas are too cute! It's also my first time in Macau so everything really amazed me. I...More
Response from jeffreyf578 | Reviewed this property |
Turn up at the gate. Free entry to the park area and then you buy a timeframe (1hour increments) to go into the Panada enclosure. Plenty of availability. No need to prebuy. I'd recommend taking a taxi there. Flagging one... More
Turn up at the gate. Free entry to the park area and then you buy a timeframe (1hour increments) to go into the Panada enclosure. Plenty of availability. No need to prebuy. I'd recommend taking a taxi there. Flagging one down on the opposite side of the street near the bus stop to get back to your hotel won't take too long.
Help please, bus routes,cant understand by APP. thanks a ton (3 Replies)
hi guys you have been always helpful I am travelling for 2 days in macau from HK below attraction I need to cover in one day please advise how can I go by public bus and whats is the route: 1. Flora Garden 2. Macau Giant Panda Pavilion 3. Hác-Sá beach 4. Macau Science Center 5. Macau tower
August 10, 2017|
Do you have a map of Macau available? Google maps will do fine for this purpose if you don't have another one. First, the best thing would be to list out all the things you want to see in Macau, not just the things for one day (as I understand you will be staying a couple of days there). Then plot them all on your map, see where you have "clumps", and organise your itinerary around the "clumps". You will probably find a lot of things are within walking distance of eachother, specially on...More
Los Angeles, California
Macao Giant Panda Pavilion (4 Replies)
I will be in Macao for a short time arriving on Saturday 3/5 around 2pm and leaving on Monday. I would love to see the Panda's but I am concerned that I will not be able to get tickets in advance as it shows that the places that sell them are closed Sat and Sun. I would like to go Sunday morning, will I get a chance to get in? Thank you.
February 07, 2018|
Really no reason for concern. The tickets can be purchased directly at Panda Pavilion area within Seac Pai Van Park. There is no reason to purchase in advance, the park is small and not that many tourists or local residents spend time here so you won't likely even find much of a queue when buying tickets. The time slots are for one hour, on the hour and cost MOP10 each. Note that pandas lay around and do nothing 90% of the time. There is no guarantee that you will see them active during...More
Auckland Central, New Zealand
Day trip from Hong Kong (7 Replies)
My husband and I are visiting Hong Kong for a conference in July. We would like to do one day trip and are looking at either the Viator tour to Guangzhou (including seeing pandas and some of the terracotta warriors) or a day trip to Macau on our own. We are keen to see some pandas and I see that there is the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion. 1. Would you recommend a day tour to Guangzhou or is this too rushed? Any other comments on the Viator tour to Guangzhou? 2. Is it easy to get to the Macau...More
June 17, 2017|
Both trips have pretty hefty overheads for travel time. I don't know what you'd see in Guangzhou in terms of the Terracotta Warriors. The Warriors are located in Xian, so what you see may be a very small fraction of a special display. Macau is small and very easy to get around in.