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Popular Parks Attractions in Asia

Shanghai Wild Animal Park
Shanghai·China
4.7/5
60,986 Reviews
Zoo
Opened in 1995, the Shanghai Wild Animal Park was one of the first AAAAA (highest-rated) tourist attractions in China. Visitors can see more than 10,000 exotic animals, most of which are rare wildlife, including giant pandas, snub-nosed monkeys, takins, crested ibis, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, white rhinos, and cheetahs. The park is divided into drive-through and pedestrian areas. The drive-through portions are modeled on safari parks where animals roam through natural habitats. Another popular attraction is the park’s tiger feeding pen where you can witness up close giant tigers. With lots to see and do, the Shanghai Wild Animal Park is fun for people of all ages.
Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding
Chengdu·China
4.6/5
44,975 Reviews
Zoo
The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is located in the northern suburbs of Chengdu, about 10 kilometers away from downtown Chengdu. The facility is famous for the protection and breeding of endangered wild animals that are unique to China. It simulates the natural habitat of the giant pandas, and has lakes, streams, bamboo forests and lawns. The chance to come into close contact with the giant pandas is a highlight here. Visitors can have a close-up observation of the pandas' living conditions. There is also a "Panda Villa", which is a restricted area for the pandas to rest.
Chimelong Safari Park
4.7/5
48,740 Reviews
Zoo
Chimelong Safari Park is part of the Chimelong Tourist Resort. Located in Guangzhou's Panyu, it is China's first and Guangzhou's only "AAAAA" grade scenic area. It is also the filming location of the famous reality show “Dad, Where Are We Going”. The park spans over 2000 acres of land including a large section of undisrupted Southeast China subtropical rainforest making it the largest eco-zoo in China. The park contains many wild animals from all over the world, of which many are rare species. It is a great place for family trips, there are plenty of animal performances in the park, and there is also a park zone designed specifically for children. It's a lot of fun!
Luhuitou Scenic Area
Sanya·China
4.6/5
14,980 Reviews
City Park
Luhuitou Scenic Area, also known as Luhuitou Peak Park, is located in the south of Sanya City. It is surrounded by sea on three sides, and the scenery is very good. Climb to the top of the hill 275 meters above sea level, and you can see the scenery and coastal beauty of Sanya City. This is also a good venue for viewing sunrise and sunset. The Luhuitou sculpture in the park is one of the symbols of Sanya, otherwise known as “Deer City,”. The sculpture is also a mascot of the city.
Tiger Beach Ocean Park
Dalian·China
4.5/5
18,543 Reviews
Aquarium
Seashore
Tiger Beach Ocean Park is located on the southern coast of Dalian. It is constructed beside the mountains and the ocean, giving visitors a scenic view to enjoy while also creating a conducive environment for the animals that it houses. The park's main areas include: The Pole Aquarium, Coral Hall, Happy Theatre, Marine Animals World and Bird Park. You can enjoy the performance brought to you by beluga whales, sea lions and dolphins, or head to the Happy Theatre to decipher the body languages of cute sea lions and walruses.
Qingdao Haichang Polar Ocean Park
Qingdao·China
4.3/5
23,544 Reviews
Aquarium
Theme Park
The Qingdao Haichang Polar Ocean Park is located on the south side of Qingdao Stone Man Holiday Resort. It is a large-scale marine animals display and performance attraction that is fine-tuned to the needs of families. The museum displays more than 200 polar animals such as beluga, penguins, polar bears, and many other rare marine creatures. Some of the attraction highlights include watching the beluga and dolphin show, walking through the underwater tunnel, and observing the sharks swim.
Beihai Park
Beijing·China
4.7/5
3,703 Reviews
City Park
Beihai Park lies to the northwest of the Forbidden City. Beihai, Zhonghai, and Nanhai are collectively know as the Sanhai. Beihai Park was once an imperial garden. It is also the park with strongest flavor of old Beijing within the Imperial City walls. In the mornings, elderly locals exercise and take a walk with their caged birds; the afternoons and evenings are the best time to taking a rowing trip around the park. When visiting Beihai Park, you can admire the exquisite buildings left behind by the dynasty. You can also sit beside the lake chatting with with the seniors, listening to their stories about Beijing.
Jingshan Park
Beijing·China
4.6/5
2,667 Reviews
City Park
Garden
Jingshan Park is situated on the central axis of old Beijing. It was an imperial garden during the Ming and Qing dynasties. The park's central peak was once the highest point of the old city. The building at its summit, called the Wanchun Pavilion, is must-see for visitors to Jingshan Park. From here you can enjoy views of the whole of the center of Beijing, and photograph the whole of the Forbidden City. This is also where the last emperor of the Ming dynasty, the Chongzhen Emperor, committed suicide by hanging.

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