A well-designed route which leads to an educational & enriching experience.
Although the pandas Jia Jia & Kai Kai were the main attraction, most of the other exhibits are
Take note of the bridge linking the 2 sides over a body of water. On one end there is a "colony" of storks. Ever so often, a stork or two would take flight & perch themselves on the top of small trees at the other side.
The small trees are near to the visitors.
It is quite easy to capture the flapping of the stork's wings - quite a rare moment of nature.
Tip: The queue for the boat ride is a rather long one. Advisable to purchase beforehand rather than do so at the premises.
The exhibits/enclosures are designed such that you can be very up close & personal with the animals, eg red panda, spider monkey.
The trained staff also do bring out some exhibits (bearded dragon, American hedgehog, etc) & allow visitors to have physical interaction, eg pat & stroke them.
There are many informational storyboards to educate the visitors.
We enjoyed the attraction very much.
Half a day is just about sufficient to cover the place.
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