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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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  • The old man ran to this place to see two beloved cat Bears, the park is big enough to walk around, and the price is cheap, and it's cheaper in many places than it is, but it's a little bit less and wants ˇ to be able to hang around.
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  • Seac Pai Van Park sells souvenirs in a box office and within the building. 10:00 ~ 13:00, 14:00 ~ 17:00, 1 unit of time of entry personnel limited. The pandas were first encountered inside the necessity of ash. 4 horses, in a passage connected to the indoor and outdoor. When the windshield in front of the entry passage to biweojweoya children.
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  • As soon as I started into a room in the house of the bear, we just opened to sleep, and the butt was so disappointing to the audience that it took 10 yuan to waste it. What's the original? See two bear cat children playing, but also heart lazy yangyang to sleep on the wood, very surprised. The two children played with ecstasy, and heard the cry of a bear cat, as if the dog barked. One of the last to eat bamboo leaves, it is very difficult to forget. 10 dollars is worth a visit.
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  • The pandas are ridiculously cute. Well presented. You have great views behind the glass of them eating, playing and sleeping. They are so fun to watch as they play. Great job, Macao. There are a few other animals/birds, but this is a foundation for a future killer zoo (are you listening Macao Government? A great diversification project) Way under publicized. Very inexpensive ($1.50 admission)
  • It's a little difficult to make it here by bus, but after finally finding our way, we absolutely adored seeing the pandas. Also, it was ridiculously cheap, only 10MOP per person, and free for the young kids. We came from 4-5 pm and the pandas were very active, despite it not being their feeding time they were still chowing down on some bamboo. Incredibly cute! A must see while in Macau, no matter how short your visit.
  • 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.
  • I had a most wonderful experience there watching the fluffy adorable Giant Panda family hugging and dining!!!! A must go, and price so cheap 10 mop (1.2 USD) for 1 ticket. Usually pandas are most actively from 3-4 pm feeding time, so plan ahead. This Panda Park is nestled within the Shi Pai Wan wilderness park.
  • It's cheap and the pandas are cute. The park is quite large. Totally worth the money. However, the living environments of animals (except pandas) seem terrible. (Small and dirty)

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