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Macau Giant Panda Pavilion, Macau

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Visit the giant pandas living at Macau Giant Panda Pavilion, a 3000 sq m (32,292 sq ft) environment mimicking the animals' natural habitat. Take two paths at different elevations, which offer excellent viewing platforms. Look out for exhibits and lectures where you can learn about panda behavior and natural habitat. Climate change, human impact, and low reproduction rates unfortunately make these furry creatures endangered animals. You can plan Macau trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
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  • It is very economical to visit the Panda at MOP10, and the park has other things to do like seeing other animals including monkeys, a cow, ostrich etc, there is also a children playground. Up the... 
    It is very economical to visit the Panda at MOP10, and the park has other things to do like seeing other animals including monkeys, a cow, ostrich etc, there is also a children playground. Up the...  more »
  • A must go to place for all the panda lovers out there!!! The cute puffy creatures just make your day by their adorable and lazy acts. The panda pavilion is a well maintained place, where you can find....  more
    A must go to place for all the panda lovers out there!!! The cute puffy creatures just make your day by their adorable and lazy acts. The panda pavilion is a well maintained place, where you can find....  more »
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  • Free entry, just needs one extra step to see the pandas! Lots of exotic wildlife such as monkeys, butterflies and birds. Total area of the park is very small since the ecological trail was closed when I went, but the overall experience was very relaxing! Great for kids and families who want to stroll around. The panda information center shows the lifespan of the pandas as well has their names (kang kang and jian jian), meaning healthy in Chinese.
  • We went on 16.08.17. For only 10 MOP each and our 10 year old son was free to see the Pandas. We went around 11am and the Pandas were still eating. The little ones were play flight and annoying their mother. It was lovely to watch! Their enclosure was clean, and had A.C. the male was fast asleep. We also saw the red panda too. The park is large and has other things to see. We loved this visit. Staff in the gift shop were friendly and helpful.

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