Chongqing Zoo Pictures

Bamboos are pandas' favorite food.

The Zoo located at Yangjiaping in Jiulongpo District in western Chongqing attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists to see many rare Chinese animals. The zoo is famous for its giant pandas, which live happily there. It has also other lovely animals, including elephants, zebras and giraffe. Attraction Intro: Chongqing Zoo
  • Bamboos are pandas' favorite food.
  • The panda grows up healthily under its keeper's good care.
  • The panda is guaranteed enough fresh bamboos every day.
  • The pandas are living a comfortable life in the zoo.
  • A tiger is leisurely taking a nap in the zoo.
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Questions & Answers on Chongqing Zoo Pictures
Asked by Mr.Ben | Mar. 02, 2011 01:21Reply
How far is it from Chongqing to Guangzhou? Travel via train or air? How long will it take via Air or via Train? And how much will air & train cost? Thank you.
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Answered by Mr.Bill | Mar. 02, 2011 19:22
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It takes about 1.5 hours by air and 20 hours by train.
About the detailed info, you could search by yourself at https://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-flights/ and https://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-trains/
Asked by Mr.Erik from SINAGPORE | Feb. 21, 2010 21:34Reply
Is there any direct train from Fuling train station(Chongqing) to Guangzhou. How long is the journey and the price for a ticket.
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Answered by Mr.Jamie | Feb. 24, 2010 01:37
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Yes, several trains pass Fuling and Guangzhou. The fatest train will take 20 hours. You can use www.travelchinaguide.com/trains/ to check detail price and schedule.
Asked by Mrs.becky from USA | Oct. 30, 2009 11:23Reply
Hi I was wondering if anyone has been to the chongqing zoo? I would love to hold a panda and did not know if this was allowed at this zoo? If so do you know what it cost and the best time to do this? We are thinking about taking a yangtze river cruise as well as see the tourist sites in beijing, xian, and shanghai and possibly hong kong. We would love to be able to hold a panda and wondered if this was possible at any place in this itinerary. Thank you in advance for your help
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Answered by Mr.lee from CHINA | Oct. 31, 2009 11:19
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it is not allowed to hold a panda there, all you can do is standing outside and may be you can feed the animals there. here is the website , you can know more information about it , www.cqzoo.com .i think taking a yangtze river cruise is a good idea. i'm local. if you have some question , Email me. live.cn|westlifelwj
Answered by Mrs.becky from USA | Oct. 31, 2009 21:22
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Mr. lee thank you for your information. I think we will try and go to the chengdu panda breeding and research center.
Answered by Mr.Jerry from USA | Nov. 12, 2009 13:45
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I was in Chengdu in early November. Visited the Panda farm. You can hold a Panda (about 1 year old) if you offer a domation to the Farm in protection of Panda's, generally 1,000 Yuan. Bring your camera.
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