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5/5
Reviewed on 27 Sep 2015

Night Zoo! It's really longer than the Universal Studio queue. It opened at 7:30. In fact, it can be queued up at 7:00. We turned two buses to see a long queue. It is suggested that the children who come to play in the future can join us in the day+night+river ecology. When I returned, I found that there was a kind of carpooling business car. It was very convenient to send 5 new coins to the downtown hotel.

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At 07:15, when night is not yet complete, the zoo opens at night, and visitors are allowed to enter by tickets at designated times. There are a lot of tourists queuing because they are eager to take the limited tour bus, and they all rush to the station where they take the tour bus. Since we have booked a follow-up tour bus in Chinese, there is no need to join in the excitement. According to the brief tips of the Night Zoo, we initially scheduled the tour procedure for tonight. After checking in, we went directly to the Animal Performance Open-air Theatre to watch the first performance at 07:30. The semi-circular open-air theatre has a lot of seats and tourists, but the whole performance is very ordinary. Animal performances are basically very low IQ movements. In addition, the host speaks English and we do not understand, so many of the content will not be able to understand. In fact, it seems that the host is procrastinating, and the so-called last Python player in the audience seems to be obviously played by the staff. After about 25 minutes of watching the animal show, we walked to the hiking area, where visitors are absolutely few compared with taking the sightseeing bus. In this so-called "the world's first zoo dedicated to nocturnal animals", there are several jungle trails for tourists to walk, but there are apparently few tourists willing to take part in the dark nature. We walked along the dimly lit jungle trail, nervously, and saw very limited animals and the introduction of the animals that played the most part. Feeling like such a blind walking tour, it seems a psychological torture to be nervous, so I gave up the intention of walking for another period and arrived at the platform of the Chinese-speaking tour bus about 20 minutes ahead of schedule. The 08:45 bus we took was empty and empty, and only eight tourists, including us, swam down for 40 minutes in a circle. We did see some animals along the way, such as tigers, elephants, lions, leopards and deer. In the dim light, these captive animals can only show us a silhouette, and perhaps at night, combined with captivity, these animals are basically lazy. However, the lecturer's explanation also let us know some knowledge. If we take an English guided tour bus, it is absolutely not worth the tour project if we do not understand the explanation.
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