A very special place, with such beautiful surroundings. Make sure that get there early to beat the crowds.Well worth an early start
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It was fun because I went when the pandas were awake (early morning). Going after they eat makes it a much more boring experience. Definitely go early in the day. It will pay off.
The panda research base is an incredible place! Very interesting- when I was there it was hot so the pandas were not very active. They have nice habits for the pandas. The center conducts research on pandas and is also breeding center. The panda NICU...More
Good day with your family. The panda base is absolutely unmissable ! This is a big park with a few building inwhich you can see pandas in several stades of life (newborns, babys, youngs and adults). I recommend to queue to hop on the train...More
I am not a Animal Lover, but when i heard of this place, i thought, i should visit this. It was worth spending half of my day there. This place is very well managed and organized with some knowledge on How they keep Panda there....More
I've been to this place twice. Once in winter and once in summer. Note to myself, don't go in summer. Panda's love cool weather. When the temperature rises above 26˚C the pandas are inside in air conditioned rooms. When they're inside, you still get to...More
It is a really nice facility with plenty of walking paths for the many people who were visiting. I wish we could have spent more time there, and gotten there earlier in the day.
Amazing day - go here early in the morning it opens around 7:30 the chinese are lazy and go slightly later also the Pandas are most active as they prefer temperatures below 26 degrees celsius. Also bring a good zoom lens camera to get the...More
I went here on a day trip with my son and although the weather was unbearably hot we both enjoyed ourselves. It was easy to get to and only cost 36 yen from central Chengdu by taxi taking around 35minutes.I would recommend getting there early...More
If you're planning to visit this place try and get there when it opens (7.30 am). You will avoid massive queues and the park is not too crowded. You will get to see loads of pandas, all of them of different age, eating and playing....More