Shanghai Wild Animal Park

Shanghai Wild Animal Park

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Geographic location:No.178, Nanliu Road, Pudong South Area, Shanghai

Level:AAAAA

Famous scenery:Giraffe, giant panda, South China Tiger.

Suitable for the play season:Suitable for all seasons

Shanghai Wildlife Park, located at No. 178, Nanliu Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, is the first national-level safari park in China built by the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government and the State Forestry Administration. It covers an area of 153 hectares (about 2,300 acres) and is located 35 meters from the center of Shanghai. Kilometers, officially opened on November 18, 1995.

On May 8, 2007, Shanghai Wildlife Park was officially approved by the National Tourism Administration as a national AAAAA-level tourist attraction. There are more than 200 kinds of rare wild animals from home and abroad such as giant panda, golden monkey, golden takin, pheasant, giraffe, zebra, antelope, white rhinoceros and cheetah. There are more than 10,000 kinds of parks. The park is divided into two areas: the entry zone and the pedestrian zone. Great visit area.

Shanghai Wildlife Park is a theme park that integrates wildlife breeding, exhibition, breeding protection, science education and leisure and entertainment. It has won the honorary title of National Science Education Base in 2015-2019. On June 1, 2019, the Shanghai Wildlife Park held a naming ceremony to announce that a 10-month-old giant panda baby was officially named “July 7”.

Shanghai Wild Animal Park

History development

In 1995, the Animal Safari Arena of the Shanghai Safari Performance Department was built. It is the earliest special venue for animal performances at the Shanghai Wildlife Park.

In November 1996, an animal performance field was built, also known as the Beast Mountain Performance Field. Since its establishment, the Beast Mountain Performance has hosted a number of exciting theme programs such as the National Animal Games, Animal Fashion Show, and the New Year Gala. The level of animal performance is at the leading position in China.

In 1996, the construction of the Sea Lion Performance Hall saw the world’s most exciting sea lion show.

On October 6, 1998, after the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Africa, the Shanghai Wildlife Park welcomed a group of special guests, South African wildlife. The nine 150 species of animals arrived in Shanghai, China, including 34 giraffes, other white rhinoceros, oryx, white-spotted antelope, springbok, blue-horned horse, black wildebeest and South African sea lion.

On May 8, 2007, Shanghai Wildlife Park was officially approved by the National Tourism Administration as a national 5A-level tourist attraction.

Shanghai Wild Animal Park

Geographic location

Shanghai Wildlife Park is the largest national-level wildlife park in China. It is located at No. 178, Nanliu Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai. It covers an area of 153 hectares and is 35 kilometers away from the urban area. The center of the park is located at 31°0.1′ north latitude and 121°7′ east longitude.

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Main venue

Pedestrian zone

The pedestrian area can not only see giant pandas, African elephants, Asian elephants, giraffes, chimpanzees, gibbons, lemurs, flamingos, and virgin wild animals, but also many animal behaviors and interactive experiences.

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Flamingo Pavilion

The Shanghai Wildlife Park first caught the eye of the Flamingo exhibition area, where nearly 200 birds lived in groups. Therefore, the flamingo has become the “welcome bird” of the Shanghai Wildlife Park. The flamingo, named after the fire red, is mainly distributed in India, Africa and Central and South America. It has a life span of 20-30 years and feeds on shrimp, crickets, insects and algae. Red is not the original feather color of the flamingo, but the plankton from which it is ingested. At the same time, the brighter the red, the stronger the flamingo’s physique, and the more attractive the flamingo, the more prolific.

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Kangaroo slope

Shanghai Wildlife Park Kangaroo Slope covers an area of 2,000 square meters. The green lawn is spacious and bright. More than 30 gray kangaroos and red kangaroos live here. They are gentle and temperate. Visitors can feed kangaroos near kangaroos and kangaroos. Baby, you can also hold the kangaroo mother’s hand and take a group photo with them.

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Antelope Hall

The Shanghai Wildlife Park Antelope Hall covers an area of 2000 square meters. The exhibition area is equipped with rockeries, waterfalls, tall trees, troughs, sinks, stones on the ground, stone and sand combined, and the water permeability is quite good, which is very helpful for the health of animals. . One of the biggest characteristics of the takin is rock climbing, so the biggest feature of this venue is that it is designed according to the animal habits to meet the climbing requirements of the golden antelope.

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Giraffe Pavilion

The Giraffe Pavilion Pedestrian Area of Shanghai Wildlife Park covers an area of more than 2,000 square meters. The site is equipped with tall trees, troughs, sinks, and the ground is made of stone sand and grass. Visitors can feed the giraffes with leaves and experience the fun of intimate contact with the giraffes.

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Giant Panda Pavilion

In the giant panda exhibition area, the half-year-old giant panda twins moved to the round body and officially met with the tourists.

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Sino-US Pavilion

Sino-Americans live in lush tropical rainforests. They are good at swimming and climbing. They like to live near water and rich vegetation. In order to make their living environment as close as possible to the “hometown”, the Shanghai Wildlife Park has a brainstorming session. The exhibition area is equipped with rockeries, waterfalls, trees, shrubs, grasslands, etc. This ecological display is more in line with China and the United States. Life habits allow them to swim, wading and climb.

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Hippo Pavilion

The Hippo Pavilion covers an area of 2,200 square meters. The sea dates and palm trees in the courtyard are scattered. The atmosphere of the tropical rain forest makes the hippos return to their hometown as soon as they stay. The hippo “Sibao” from Ningbo, the “Auspicious” from the Nanning, and the “Sasa” from Guangzhou have become a “happy big mouth” combination. They are all about two years old, not yet mature, lively and lovely.

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African Elephant Pavilion

Covering an area of more than 20 acres, the African Elephant Zone combines African elements to simulate the natural environment. The trees and shrubs are lush; the scattered rocks, the undulating terrain, and the surrounding streams allow African elephants to be in the original ecological nature. In the environment. Twelve elephants from faraway Africa are about 4 years old and weigh about 1 ton.

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Asian Elephant Interactive Experience Zone

Shanghai Wildlife Park Asia Elephant Zone covers an area of 30 acres, the largest Asian elephant group in East China. The exhibition area simulates the ecological environment of Asian elephants and is rich in subtropical style. The exhibition is divided into two parts, one is the behavior display area and the other is the tourist interaction area. In the behavioral display area, Asian elephants collectively show visitors their housekeeping skills: moving wood, spraying water, watering flowers, and doing beauty.

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Zebra Court

Located in the middle of the Asian Elephant Exhibition Area and the Beast Mountain Performance Field, Zebra Court is nearly 1,500 square meters. The exhibition area is ecologically designed with trees and shrubs. More than ten zebras take a leisurely walk. Visitors can watch zebras at close range and listen to the nurses to explain the zebra’s scientific knowledge. There are also zebras and ostriches from Africa to accompany each other, and welcome the four tourists to bring more joy to everyone.

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Hawthorn Pavilion

The Hawthorn Pavilion at Shanghai Wildlife Park covers an area of about 2,500 square meters. In order to facilitate the viewing, it is divided into indoor and outdoor exhibition areas. The terrain of the outdoor exhibition area is raised from the outside to the inside. It is separated by dry ditch. It is planted with evergreen shrubs and trees, and there are two layers of giant stones and herringbone roof. Round wood leisure pavilion; the outer wall of the indoor exhibition area is made of thickened bulletproof steel glass. Visitors can view it on both sides. The upper part of the house is windowed to increase the lighting and ventilation in the room. Ropes, rims, waves and parallel bars are installed so that they can be installed. Leisure and fitness needs.

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Gibbon Museum

The gibbons raised and displayed in the Gibbon Museum belong to the white-cheeked gibbons. There are now 5 heads. They belong to the Mammalia, the primate, the gibbons, which are distributed in Guangxi and Yunnan, China, and can be found in Vietnam, Myanmar, India and other countries.

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Tiger food exhibition area

The Shanghai Wildlife Park Tigers Food Show area shows the behavior of the Northeast Tigers climbing trees and eating food.

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National Ceremony African Lions Exhibition Area

The National Lions Pavilion covers an area of about six or seven hundred square meters. The exhibition area mimics the natural environment of Africa and is planted with bread trees and other plants. As a wild lion that breeds in a non-breeding environment, “Jinjin” and “Fifi” are very alert and alert. As long as they are close to each other, they will reveal fangs and make fierce screams, in an attempt to scare off the criminals with lions. .

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Lion Tiger Museum

In the Shanghai Wildlife Park Lion and Tiger Show, a pair of lions and tigers were displayed. The lion and tiger beast belongs to the carnivora, the feline, the English name liger, mainly the product of the human influence or the ambassador. It is the offspring produced by the male lion and the female tiger.

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Hanging Monkey Museum

The Shanghai Wildlife Park Hanging Monkey Museum exhibited black-capped monkeys and white-capped monkeys. Black-capped monkeys are the most curly monkeys in their tails. They have a thick black hair on their heads and look like a black hat. They are called black hats. The white-capped capuchin monkey is named for its white color on the forehead.

Shanghai Wild Animal Park

Chimpanzee

The chimpanzee exhibition area of Shanghai Wildlife Park takes into account the living environment of chimpanzees and creates an ecological and healthy pavilion to provide a more comfortable and suitable living environment for chimpanzees. The mountains and rivers in the exhibition area are clear, the rivers are clear, the streams are flowing, the greening layout is full of tropical rain forests, and the activities are complete, fully satisfying the life habits of chimpanzees.

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Golden Monkey Island

Shanghai Wildlife Park Golden Monkey Island is located opposite the Small Animal Park. It is located in the lake water. The population of golden monkeys is the largest among the domestic golden monkeys. More than 50 Sichuan golden monkeys have become three ethnic groups, where they can enjoy rest and stability.

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Small animal park

The Small Animal Park is one of the most distinctive and richly-expanded exhibition areas in the park. Here are the world’s largest rodent – capybara; spotted lemurs from Madagascar, ring-tailed lemurs; quirky quail-tailed family and auricle fox family; mighty sub-adult lions, tigers; A variety of rare animals from five continents, in the animal nursery garden visitors can learn about the artificial feeding of small animals, have the opportunity to hold a small tiger, lion, bear and other animals. There are also pigs, goats and rabbits in the exhibition area for children to participate in feeding.

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Tropical bird park

The tropical bird park is located in the small animal park. There are more than ten species of honey parrots, toucans, blue cranes and red dragonflies in the bird park. Nearly 100 colorful bird friends are used to simulate the nature of the whole. Trees and shrubs are patchwork, surrounded by creeks and flowing. Visitors can “water, land and air” to watch the freedom of the birds.

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Parrot Pavilion

In the parrot exhibition area of Shanghai Safari Park, a puzzle feeder and a variety of interesting toys were placed. Through the rich food and scattered feeding, the parrots were fully moved and the food between the parrots was reduced.

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Lemur Island

There are hundreds of lemurs living on the Lemur Island in Shanghai Safari Park, one of the most interesting exhibition areas in the park. The beautiful environment, the unique immersive display method, the sly monkeys can be inaccessible to them.

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Big anteater exhibition area

The giant anteater is the mammal with the lowest body temperature, and its thermoregulatory ability is poor. Therefore, in Shanghai Wildlife Park, in the winter and summer, the big anteater lives in the air-conditioned room.

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Crocodile island

There are 15 Chinese alligators in the crocodile island of Shanghai Wildlife Park. With the economic development of the Yangtze River Basin and the population increase, the distribution area of the Chinese alligator is rapidly shrinking and the number is also drastically reduced, becoming one of the extinct wild animals.

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Squid feeding experience area

The squid feeding project of Shanghai Wildlife Park is located on the side of the circular plaza. There are 7 aquariums scattered around the big pool. In the fish pond, nearly 400 carpes that love milk are smashed. There are three varieties of Japanese koi, yellow koi and goldfish.

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Red orangutan

The Red Orangutan Pavilion covers an area of 1,500 square meters. The “stealth” is deep in the shade of the green. It has two indoor and outdoor living exhibition areas. The indoor display area is spacious and bright. It is set against the backdrop of ecological hills and trees, blue sky and white clouds and streams. It is fully equipped with wooden ropes for rope climbing, play and leisure for the orangutans, rubber tires and parallel bars, horizontal bars, balance beams, slides, and high-power air conditioners with two controls. The outdoor display area is like a small green island with a wide area. The whole island is covered by lush green lawn. There is a double-layered wooden perch on the top of the herringbone. It can be sheltered from the rain and shade. Used, surrounded by four large wooden stakes and two rubber tires like a ring. The cables between the perch, the stakes and the rings are connected in series, and they can be played in the “empty” along the rope without any need. The four red-eyed gorillas “Four Hairs”, “Five Hairs”, “Zhuang Zhuang” and “God Turtles” have settled in Shanghai Wildlife Park and have a good relationship here.

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Black Bear Interactive Zone

In the Shanghai Wildlife Park Black Bear Interactive Zone, there is a group of lively little black bears. In order to show their nature, there are various climbing facilities in the exhibition area. The little black bears, under the careful guidance of the breeders, climb the poles, take the plum blossoms, Over-balanced wood, tricks, food intake, and wire walking are all proficient.

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Raccoon exhibition area

The raccoon exhibition area of Shanghai Wildlife Park is beautiful and ecological. In order to restore the real situation of raccoon feeding in the wild, there are a variety of educational feeding devices, which can fully reflect the living habits of raccoon washing foods. Feeding the eater or hanging it in the tree or hiding it in the water, let the raccoons play the nature, actively seek food, and restore the real scene of the raccoon preying on the food and washing the food.

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Little panda area

The Panda District of Shanghai Wildlife Park has facilities such as fake trees, rockeries, rope ladders and swings for the red pandas to better display the daily behavior of the pandas and improve the visitors’ visits.

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Lanhe Exhibition Area

The blue crane is a national bird of South Africa. Its plumage is blue-gray, its loose silver-gray feathers bulge, and the feathers at the back of the head are particularly long, forming a curved shape that makes the head look very round. It also makes the neck particularly slender. The feathers on the wings are dark gray and the back is black. This is a long “inner wing” (three-level flying feather) made up of layers of soft and long feathers. The cover extends long on the tail feathers to the rear. So that it drags on the ground like a long tail. The body length is 110-140 cm, and it is generally nested in the spring to hatch eggs. Usually there are only two eggs in a nest.

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Squirrel monkey

The Shanghai Wildlife Zoo has been raising and displaying squirrel monkeys since its opening in 1995. It has grown to more than 300 squirrel monkeys. The home of the squirrel monkeys is on an artificial island called the “Moon Bay”. The island is surrounded by water and the environment is elegant and comfortable. It is not only equipped with high and low habitats, wooden shelters sheltering from the wind, but also the size of the trees for the little ones to climb.

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Waterfowl Lake

The waterfowl lake is a 160-mu water area with a small island in the middle. It is home to more than 200 species of more than 800 species of waterfowl and waders, including national swan, swan, swan and swan. Introduced black swan and black-necked swan and a variety of migratory birds.

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Zhuji Island

Shanghai Wildlife Park built a 2000-square-meter “luxury house” for Zhu Xi. In order to facilitate the tourists to watch and the safety of Zhu Xi, the outer “wall” of the whole area is surrounded by 700 square meters of steel wire mesh. There is a layer of nylon net as the inner wall of protection to prevent Zhu Xi from colliding in the process of flying. The wire mesh is injured and acts as a buffer.

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Alpaca Court

The Alpaca Garden is located in the east of the Waterfowl Lake. It covers an area of about 1,300 square meters and has nearly 20 alpaca. Small size, adult height of 1.4 meters, weight less than 100 kilograms, so they are only used to produce fiber, not used for weight bearing; hair is small, fine, very good; likes to live in groups of animals, generally have a leader, the exhibition area is ecological The interactive way of exhibiting, visitors can also come in close contact with the alpacas.

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Penguin Pavilion

There are a group of Magellanic penguins from the Argentine safari in the Shanghai Wildlife Park. The imitation ecological environment built in the zoo is beautiful and comfortable. It covers an area of 900 square meters in the Penguin Pavilion. According to the life habits of Magellanic penguins in the country of origin, the Penguin Pavilion is divided into outdoor road plazas, penguin activity pools, slope shoal land and landscape rockeries. There are also dedicated people to carefully serve and carefully configure their recipes. In this ecologically-friendly living environment, the penguins are so leisurely and leisurely.

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Crane wetland

The crane wetlands are built along the waterfowl lake and adjacent to the newly built Expo Panda Pavilion. The exhibition area is like a wetland swamp, and it is stocked with red-crowned cranes, white-naped cranes, white storks, pheasant cranes, grey cranes, and crown cranes.

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Car entry area

The car entry area is a form of animal display and keeping the exhibition mode of “people in the ‘cage’, animal freedom”, giving the animal more free space. Immersive experience of a group of zebras, antelopes, wildebeests, rhinos and other herbivores clustered together for a leisurely foraging; can also experience cheetahs, Siberian tigers, African lions, bears, wolves and other large beasts “tribes” show wild and majestic .

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Herbivore exhibition area

The herbivore exhibition area covers 21 hectares and is the largest area occupied by the car entry area. It is divided into Asian animal area and African animal area. The Asian animal exhibition area displays more than 200 rare and rare animals and other animals in Asia, such as red deer, sika deer, wild yak and wild camel. The African animal exhibition area displays zebra and wildebeest. There are 16 kinds of more than 160 African specialty animals such as the Gemsbok, the gazelles, the gazelles, the springbok, the water antelope, the big horned antelope, the giraffe, the white rhinoceros and the hippo.

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Cheetah District

The Cheetah area is the second exhibition area in the car entry area. The ecological environment simulates tropical and semi-desert grasslands in Africa, and stocks a group of cheetahs from Africa to form a larger group of domestic cheetahs. Nearly 10 cheetahs are on display at the Cheetah District of Shanghai Wildlife Park. After entering the exhibition area, the dense grass and the cheetah group hidden in it will bring visitors into the distant African grasslands.

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Lion District

The Lions area is the third exhibition area into the car entry area, which is home to a group of fierce carnivorous African lions on African grasslands. The Shanghai Wildlife Park Lions District now exhibits more than 20 African lions.

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Bear area

The Bear Zone is the fourth exhibition area in the car-entry area. It covers an area of 5 hectares. It fully simulates the wilderness of the bears, the undulating terrain, the stacked rockeries, and the waterfalls. There are two kinds of bears, brown bears and black bears.

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Northeast Tiger District

The Northeast Tiger Area is the fifth exhibition area in the car-entry area, and the Northeast Tiger is stocked. Planting vegetation such as cold-temperate coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests and subtropical broad-leaved forests, simulating the greening and planting of natural living conditions, provides basic conditions for tiger ex situ conservation. There are 21 adult Siberian tigers in the Northeast Tiger Area of Shanghai Wildlife Park. The dead wood, bark and rock are used as materials to make it “wild”.

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Baihu District

Baihu District is the sixth exhibition area of the car entry area. The exhibition area simulates the living environment characteristics of the white tiger original ecology, and has set up rockeries, waterfalls, ditches and lakes, and the environment is particularly beautiful. Nearly 10 sub-adult white tigers are on display in the Baihu District of Shanghai Wildlife Park.

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Wolf area

The Wolf Area is the seventh largest exhibition area in the car-entry area. The overall area is about 22,000 square meters. The exhibition area simulates the life mode of the wolves in the wild, and designs the undulating terrain, the piled rockery, the added dead wood, the perch and other rich facilities. Planting a large number of trees, shrubs, patchwork, with fake mountain rock, water flow waterfall, shoal layout, the overall formation of sparse woodland, rock caves, river waters and other landscapes. Nearly 30 wolves are stocked in the Wolf Park area of Shanghai Wildlife Park.

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Malay Bear District

The Malay bear is the smallest bear in existence. It has a body length of 110-150 cm and a body weight of 27-75 kg. The main feature is that the whole body is black, the body is short and the neck is short. The chest is usually dotted with a conspicuous “U” type marking, and the tongue is long. Good, claws are strong and good for climbing, afraid of cold but not hibernation. The Shanghai Wildlife Park has more than 10 adult Malay bears stocked in an all-weather free-range manner, with an open exhibition area of about 20,000 square meters.

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Value meaning

The safari park should protect, prolong and rare, endangered animals; popularize animal knowledge to the masses; raise awareness of animal protection; implement the combination of popular science and tourism as the purpose of the park. The safari park should implement the policy of comprehensive development, fully consider the organic combination of environmental benefits, social benefits and economic benefits, and promote the construction of safari through the comprehensive development of land around the base. At the same time, through the establishment of safari parks to promote the economic development of the surrounding areas. The establishment of a safari park also adds a new dimension to the greening of the entire city.

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Visit information

Opening hours

March-November
December – February of the following year

Ticket information

Adult ticket 130 yuan (official website booking 120 yuan); children ticket 65 yuan; student ticket 65 yuan, full-time undergraduate students need to carry a student card and a secondary card.
Special population: A. Free policy: Children are less than 1.3 meters in height or under 6 years old. Tickets are free for active servicemen and free of charge for retired cadres.
B. Preferential policies: Old people over 70 years old can purchase 65 yuan/person for senior citizens with valid documents.
60~69 years old seniors purchase 117 yuan/person for the elderly with valid documents.

Special Note

Spring and Autumn are the best time to visit the safari park. It is recommended to enter the park early in the morning, as most of the animals will be active in the morning, and usually there will be more visitors in the afternoon than in the morning.
To enter the car entry area (stocking area), you need to take a tour bus in the park. You will get a car every 20 minutes. If you are full, you will drive in advance. It takes half an hour to visit. The tour bus is divided into a regular car and a feeding car (you can feed the animals in the car), the former is already included in the ticket, and the latter is charged separately (about 35 yuan per adult, no feed).
Each small park area that can be fed is generally charged separately (about 10-20 yuan per person).
The 6D movie is about 10 minutes long and needs to be purchased separately. The theater sometimes performs maintenance and suspension, which is subject to the announcement of the theater on the same day.

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