Only went to see the Pandas and I am glad I did. I spent a few hours just watching them play and eat. If you plan on going to see them go early in the morning when they are the most active, you wont be...More
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I planned to see the Wuta Si (a temple), which was closed, and then entered the Zoo across the road. The visit made me depressed. The animals were prisoners in small enclosures. They were apathetic, sleeping or showing stereotype movements as sign of stress. Especially...More
There are other animals in the zoo, however it was the Pandas we liked the most. So cute, but really they do nothing, but sleep or eat. Our guide explained that Pandas like to be by themselves, enjoying their own company - he likened Pandas...More
My husband and I thought we would top off a fantastic China trip with a visit to the Beijing zoo to see the pandas. The price for both of us to get in was less than $7AUD. The grounds were beautiful however there were many...More
Well the main attraction in the Zoo are Pandas and more Pandas. Very cute, playful and I believe well looked after. Some other animals don't look that happy like bears, elephants etc The zoo itself has plenty of signs including in English; you can't be...More
The Beijing zoo is a fascinating complex with a special pavillion allowing close up views of pandas. The pavillion is large with easy access and large glass viewing areas allowing clear views of pandas without disturbing them. A lifelong memory.
Overall the zoo was a good visit for the family. Some of the enclosures however were in need of maintenance and upgrading. The panda exhibit was an additional fee once inside the zoo gates, and clearly most of the budget was put into these exhibits...More
What a wonderful zoo! This is a great place to visit and you can literally spend an entire day here. Coming from NY, we have the Bronx Zoo which this zoo certainly does rival in terms of size and quality - BUT they do have...More