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So we went during Golden Week holiday and it was super packed. There was more people than animals and it was more like a park. My friends told me the self driving part of the park during non peak times are pretty fun. Don’t buy...More
I live here in Beijing and I didn't know this place existed until my girlfriend suggested it for Golden Week. I would advise not going during public holidays as the traffic gets gridlocked and takes about 2 hours to go the last 5Km (We got...More
We visited this Wildlife Zoo on a national holiday, yes it was busy but such a good place to go. We drove through the safari area, seeing lots of amazing animals in natural habitats. We then experienced walking round a vey organised zoo, with a...More
Once you've seen all of the high priority tourist attractions in Beijing, the Beijing Wildlife Park is a fun way to unwind for a morning or longer visit. The park has your typical zoo animals, however the must see is the tour through the wildlife...More
I am a Kindergarten teacher at a Montessori school in Beijing, and am always trying to find ways to educate my (extremely sheltered) kids about the world around them. So many Chinese children (I want to say the majority actually) live a life completely seperated...More
Living in China right now, I can assure you that nowhere else in the region treats animals this well. In Beijing Zoo it's practically abuse, and even in supermarkets they put turtles in plastic boxes about as big as a thimble.
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Way better than the zoo in downtown Beijing. Booked a private car to take me to and from this place (about 150RMB each way). Well worth it. So much fun. Getting caged up in the pickup in the back of the park and driving through...More
This is another one of those places that is unlikely to attract the average short-term visitor to Beijing and, quite frankly, that is probably for the better. Situated about 60km south of the city, you would ideally require private transport to get there and back....More