Getting There - Line 10, the station is Shanghai Zoo and you will be right there. The ticket is 40RMB.
Attractions - You can visit this big garden full of different animals. Just follow the signs and you will find your way through it. There is just one panda if you are going just to see it.
Food & Restaurants - Inside you can buy a water and some snacks.
Getting There - via Metro Line 10 get off at Shanghai Zoo Station
Attractions - Zoo
Food & Restaurants - Zoo Shops
Shopping - Zoo Shop
Rate - 40 RMB/ADULT
38 RMB for students and seniors
FREE for children below 1.3 M
We went there after lunch by Didi🚗 and it was only 50rmb but you can get there by Metro🚆 through Line 10 and get off at Shanghai Zoo station.
We paid 40 rmb for 2 adults and our daughter 🧑 got it for free because she is less than 1.3 M tall.
We went through the fish, reptile and amphibians area and they had most of the popular animals that would be great to extend learning for children and enjoy as adults too.
After that we were led to a shuttle 🛺that costs 15/person and again free for children. The trip toom us to the Panda🐼 enclosure and basically all the other animals from all over the world!🦁🐯🦝🐮🦓🐴🦎🐢🐊🐍🦬🐐🦌🦘🦥🦙🐘🦏🦒🦍🦧🐿️
My daughter enjoyed it especially when we can buy popsicles 🍡at every turn. There were also some rides🎢🎡🎠🎪 that you can enjoy while taking a break or benches🪑 to sit and relax and feel the fresh air 🌬️from the trees 🌳and plants surrounding the zoo.
I wish we can stroll around for free everyday but we need to take care of the animals too!
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The Shanghai Zoo was originally built in 1954. It was originally called Xijiao Park. It is a national-level large-scale zoo. It covers an area of 743,000 square meters. It has more than 400 kinds of animals for display and exhibits, and the building area for exhibiting animals is 47,237 square meters. It is one of the top ten zoos in China and the second largest city zoo in China.
The existing area is about 74 hectares, and more than 6,000 rare and precious species of more than 6,000 species (heads) are displayed. Among them are the world-famous giant pandas known as the and the ,, and the rare wild animals such as the golden monkey, the South China tiger, the Chinese crocodile, and other representative animals such as gorillas, African lions, and giraffes. Kangaroo, South American, etc. There are nearly 600 kinds of trees and more than 100,000 trees planted in the park. In particular, there are 100,000 square meters of fresh and open lawns, which basically maintain the shape of the golf course 50 years ago. Every greening landscape in the park is combined with the ecological environment of the animals. Especially in the Swan Lake, the reeds outside the lake area, the trees are shaded, the groups of baboons, geese and so on often line up in the blue sky, the posture is beautiful and strong. In recent years, Shanghai Zoo has set up a city eco-zoo as its goal, and gradually transformed and built a visually accessible ecological animal exhibition area, so that visitors can feel like they are in nature and enjoy the beauty of wildness.
10 line Shanghai Zoo Station
There are only a handful of times to go to the Shanghai Zoo. When I was young, I felt like I was out of town. I was very excited. It was estimated 30 years ago. It was 13 years ago that the animals were estimated to have been stacked for generations. This time mainly to try my newly purchased fixed focus, the equivalent distance of 150mm, is not far enough. Tickets are 38 yuan, I bought it on the spot, you can book in advance, scan the code to issue tickets.
During the summer vacation, parents in the city outside the city took the children to see the animals, there are many people, must be wrong peak, but unfortunately usually go to work, they can only go to the weekend to join in the fun It is.
The division is still very good. I walked around and walked around, and the summer taste was strong, accompanied by a group of people. The approximate layout is similar to that of the same. The area where the bird is watching seems to be different from the impression. The variety is much more, and the crocodile is also seen. Its hot, the animals are actually lazy, people are the same.
A few places I personally like, such as peacocks, although there are few opportunities to see peacocks open, but the attitude of the proud is really worth stopping to watch for a while, white peacocks are rare. The eyes of the ostrich are bright, haha, it is cute. The long-legged flamingo is pretty good-looking. It is estimated that you can still see the parade early. This is super cute.
Pandas, tigers, big lions, etc. are all seen through the glass. Panda is a national treasure. Of course, the people who watch it are also clustered, and they all face each other, so they look at the back. Giraffes, elephants, monkeys, etc. are all close together and can be seen one by one. The brown bear is very big, but it is found that the teeth are somewhat aging, and it is estimated that there is one. Many animals are actually very lonely, and it looks a bit pitiful.
This is the second largest city zoo in China, and it has a long time to build a garden. It is still a classic existence.
Located near Hongqiao Airport, Shanghai Zoo is a modern metropolitan zoological garden featuring more than 6,000 animals in additional to various plant life. Species native to China include giant pandas, golden snub-nosed monkeys, lions, South China tigers, hoopoe, black bulbuls, scimitar-horned oryx, great hornbills, and Bactrian camels. With its convenient location and visitor-friendly design, the Shanghai Zoo provides a fun outing for the entire family.