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Shenzhen Safari Park

Shenzhen Safari Park situated on the bank of the beautiful Xili Lake in the north Shenzhen. The Safari Park seems like a shining crystal in the crowded city with mountains to the north as its barrier.

The Zoological Center in the northwest of the zoo is the largest in China introducing general knowledge about animals.

The zoo, encompassing a proportion of 120 hectares (296.5 acres), can be divided into three parts due to the living habits of different animals. The zoo links animals, plants and animal performances togther. Tourists can take shuttles to have a look at the uncaged animals strolling on the lawn.There are more than 300 breeds of animals here, many of which are rare animals national protected animals in China or even rare among the whole world. Like giraffes, red-crowned cranes, Asian elephants, Siberian tigers and flamingos all could be found in this park.

In the adventurous beasts' zone, North China tigers (Siberian tigers), white tigers (Bengal tigers), South China tigers, wolves, bears, lions and cheetahs, all lived happily in the nature-like zoo. In China, a saying goes that "one mountain cannot hold two tigers", but in the Chinese Liger Hill, tigers and lions live harmoniously with each other. Here, tourists can have a look at the only tigon in the world and rare ligers.

Giraffes,  hippopotamuses, swans, flamingos, zebras, kangaroos, camels, pandas and other vegetarians lives in the vegetarian zone, where there boasts the largest swan lake in China. Visitors can boat on this lake, appreciating the graceful black and white swans, regarded as the national treasures.

In the animal performance zone, wonderful performances are prepared. Every day, the zoo holds about ten animal performances in the four animal performance halls, namely, the Elephants, the Circus Hall and Tigers Show Hall, the Sea lion Performance Hall and the Birds Performance Hall.

 

Shenzhen Safari Park Notes

Admission Fee: CNY 100

Opening Hours: 08:30-18:30

Bus Route: 101, 104, 240, 226, 361, 66, 237