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There are so many different animals and their enclosures are awesome! Of course the Panda exhibit is always very crowded. Bring good walking shoes. This day I walked over 10 miles just in the zoo alone and I'm not sure I saw everything. Plan for...More
Go through north entrance, walk to the zoo, then you end up walking down the steps and escalators to the safari area: lions, pandas, monkeys and so on. Otherwise you have to walk uo the steps, very tiring, Safari area is good, animals in open...More
Many animals like the leopard and bears confined to tiny cages with barely a hint of natural looking habitat, despite their own signs all over the place saying we need to care for wildlife. Some of the descriptions for the animals are factually incorrect. The...More
Animals were sad looking. Tiger area looked like a parking lot. Pandas were only creature worth looking at and som primates. Suggest management travels the world (Australia, USA etc to see what a zoo should look like in terms of animal welfare
Be prepared with shoes suncream amd sun glasses and water.
But small food stool are every if you like some local food. Such as steam corn on corps. Squids on BBQ or snacks. Entance fee is ¥120 RMB.
We only did half stage since the...More
I don't like zoos but I love this place! Take a motorcycle taxi from the cinguay in downtown Dalian and enter through the north door so you can walk down, down, down alt the way through the zoo. The other entrance is more popular, busy,...More
This zoo is amazing and it is designed wonderfully with very good shows and great verity of animals and birds.
Come early in morning and bring lot of food and drinks to keep yourself hydrated and energetic.
This place has Anibal and birds show which...More
Huge zoo park, lots to see. You can easily spend the whole day here. However note that many of the enclosures shut around 3:30, so I would recommend going fairly early. The animals mostly have plenty of space, some unusual species, I especially liked the...More
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unfortunately not . . . . they have elephants which are trained and they can play with you and can hug you lift you kiss you whatever you prefer . . . similarly some trained parrots in aviary can take photographs with you... More
unfortunately not . . . . they have elephants which are trained and they can play with you and can hug you lift you kiss you whatever you prefer . . . similarly some trained parrots in aviary can take photographs with you but no tiger . . . as tigers are wild and they live away, separated by fence . . .