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East of Tongren Road, west of Changshun Street, Qingyang District, Chengdu 610015 China
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Private Half-Day Chengdu Panda Breeding Center Tour with Optional Volunteer
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Private Half-Day Chengdu Panda Breeding Center Tour with Optional Volunteer

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Sichuan is known for being home to giant pandas in the wild, and there are two popular sights to help with research and breeding of these incredible mammals—Chengdu Panda Breeding Center and Dujiangyan Giant Panda Center. Expand your panda knowledge, and see baby pandas up close by going on a half-day tour of one of the centers. No need to worry about figuring out local public transport as door-to-door transfers are included.
US$87.00 per adult
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Stephen C wrote a review Apr 2021
1033 contributions185 helpful votes
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This is one of the must visit places for tourists visiting Chengdu. We came on a Friday afternoon and even then, it was bustling with people. I would recommend getting there by public transport as it is not easy to find parking. The place is packed with eateries and souvenir shops. Chengdu is famous for its street food culture and this will be a good place to give it a try. There are also many Teahouses serving Chinese tea and finger food. Here, you should also be able to catch the popular Sichuan cultural performances, including the popular opera, the art of Changing Face. As you walk around the alleys, you will also catch some people offering ear cleaning services for around 60 rmb.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Maxim B wrote a review Apr 2021
Ottawa, Canada896 contributions113 helpful votes
This is a bit of a tourist trap, but very nicely done: preserving the style, while bring in lots of amenities. An underground parking lot in a busy location made our access to this area that much easier
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ailton007 wrote a review Apr 2021
Seattle, Washington609 contributions140 helpful votes
A paradise for photographers and great place to stroll, visit little shops and have a Sichuan tea ceremony. Also great for trying out local food and watch Sichuan opera performances. Fairly inexpensive and takes about 30 min. You have to go inside a lot of the houses to discover the courtyards, gardens, statues etc. We liked it so much that we came back on another day before headed to the airport. All walkable and easy to get to by Did (taxi)
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Michael Lizar wrote a review Dec 2020
Chongqing, China356 contributions26 helpful votes
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I got a recommendation to visit this place, one of the points of interest and landmarks in Chengdu. We stop our bike at the main gate and have a walk here. Tbh, overly crowded here and many signature foods and snacks here but some of them are pricey. Don't get lost here! You better come a night 🌟
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Lili around The World wrote a review Oct 2020
Shenzhen, China24 contributions
As it was holiday, the place was really crowded, even though worth a visit ! Many shops and fancy restaurants!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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