Tourist guide to Chengdu Giant Panda Base

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Tourist guide to Chengdu Giant Panda Base

Traffic information

Self driving

Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base is located in Futou mountain, north suburb of Chengdu City, Sichuan Province. It is 10 kilometers away from the urban area. There is a wide panda Avenue connecting with the urban area.

transit

Take bus No. 1, 49, 53, 63, 64, 69, 71, 83 to qinglongchang Bus Center Station, and then transfer to bus No. 198 or 87 to Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base.

Taxi

The city center chooses to take a taxi to visit the panda base. The fare is about 30 yuan.

metro

Panda Avenue station of Chengdu Metro Line 3

Scenic spot tickets

Opening time: 8:00 a.m. - 18:00 p.m., open all year round.

Ticket Price:

58 yuan per person time

Half price tickets for minors aged from 6 years (excluding 6 years old) to 18 years old (including 18 years old), full-time undergraduate students or below: 29 yuan / person (please show your household registration book, resident ID card or student ID card; Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and other inbound tourists should present valid ID cards such as "Hong Kong and Macao residents' mainland travel permit", "Taiwan residents' mainland travel pass" or student ID card);

Half fare for 60 years old (including 60 years old) to 70 years old (excluding 70 years old): 29 yuan / person (please show the elderly preferential treatment card);

Group ticket for primary and secondary school students: 29 yuan / person (please show the letter of introduction of the school);

Adult group ticket: 53 yuan / person (please show the letter of introduction).

Free ticket policy:

Children under 6 years old (including 6 years old) are free from admission;

Elderly people over 70 years old (including 70 years old), retired personnel, old Red Army, disabled persons and active servicemen can enter the park free of charge with valid certificates and their own ID cards (one accompanying person can be exempted for class I disability).


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