Beijing Zoo

Beijing Zoo, located to the west of the Beijing Exhibition Center, has become one of the most popular travel attractions in Beijing for families and visitors. It has over 600 different species, including many endangered unique species in China, such as Panda and Golden Monkey. Also, Beijing Zoo is proud of many rare animals from all around the world, such as White Bear from the North Pole, Kangaroo from Australia, and Zebra from Africa etc. Before the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, it was called the Western Suburbs Park (Xijiao Gongyuan), contained only a handful of attractions. Travel to Beijing, you could get to know a paradise of wild animals in this modern city.
The Beijing Zoo site is comprised of 16 different exhibition areas and halls. One of the most popular of these is the Panda Hall. Built in 1989 and covering an area of around 10,000 square meters (2.5 acres), it delivers an impressive aesthetic scene while also managing to account for the practical considerations of housing such large and physical animals. Since Beijing Zoo's ground area has expanded, many more species of animals got a home in it, including larger, popular species such as bears, lions, tigers, elephants, pandas, antelopes, hippopotamuses and rhinoceroses by the late 1950s. Here are some guide information for your tour to Beijing Zoo: Admission Fee: 15 yuan (Excluding 5 for panda site), Openning Hours: 07:30 – 18:00. Contact Number: 86-10-68390274

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