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... even giving each other a little playful cuddle from time to time. They were simply adorable with innocent eyes and black patches around making their eyes appear larger by a factor of 10. With only 1,600 living wild pandas in mountainous central China and more than 300 in captivity worldwide, the endangered special panda species has created an everlasting memory for us purely by their soft, cudley and innocent nature. A must experience for those of you considering a trip to China.
... was done very well in the same style as Singapore zoo with low fences, very large areas for each panda and sloping ditches to prevent them jumping over the fence. We started off at the baby pandas, which were very cute squeezing through bars in a temporary inside pen whilst the keepers put out their food. They were then let out in twos to their outside area where they devoured a mountain of fresh bamboo shoots. ...
... was absolutly spectacular), face changing with masks really fun, hand shadow performances, knife throwing, and of course singing, which not even the locals can understand!
The whole show was amazing and it is something i really want to go back to see again.
... ride and about an hour of walking, we didn't find the place and ended up eating at an outdoor cafe. There are lots of outdoor cafes in Chengdu but there are none, as far as I know, in the cities we've been to in Eastern China. We're not sure why. But we ate three of our favorite Sichuan dishes along with rice and we were hen kuai le (very happy).
... cool. They are alot smaller, with longer tails and alot more mobile than the panda. They move just like them though, with the whole waddle. We actually saw 2 of them fight, it was pretty sudden and I didnt have enough time to get my camera out to film it. In all, the panda trip was awesome! its not everyday that you get to go and see panda's being that they are an extremely endangered species.
Afterwards, we headed over for a ...