The Macao Giant Panda Pavilion (Chinese: 澳門大熊貓館; Portuguese: Pavilhão do Panda Gigante de Macau) is a zoo in Seac Pai Van Park, Coloane, Macau, China. It is located at the Macao Zoo. The Panda Pavilion is a nature park containing multiple animal species ranging from gorillas, flamingos, monkeys, and of course the famous pandas. Admission is free to see the animals.
The pavilion is shaped like a giant fan in an area of 3,000 m2. It consists of indoor activity quarters, outdoor yard and indoor exhibition area.
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Anthony Cabot | Dec 6, 2017
The pandas are ridiculously cute. Well presented. You have great views behind the glass of them eating, playing and sleeping. They are so fun to watch as they play. Great job, Macao. There are a few other animals/birds, but this is a foundation for a future killer zoo (are you listening Macao Government? A great diversification project) Way under publicized. Very inexpensive ($1.50 admission)
naomi stuart | Mar 14, 2018
We were very excited to see the pandas and were not disappointed! You pay $10hkd for an hours slot, we went at 4pm as this is one of the feeding times. All four pandas were visible and adorable. The rest of the park is free, including red pandas, various monkeys and birds. Well worth a visit.
Justin Applefield | Jan 3, 2018
It's a little difficult to make it here by bus, but after finally finding our way, we absolutely adored seeing the pandas. Also, it was ridiculously cheap, only 10MOP per person, and free for the young kids. We came from 4-5 pm and the pandas were very active, despite it not being their feeding time they were still chowing down on some bamboo. Incredibly cute! A must see while in Macau, no matter how short your visit.
Martha Pineda | Jan 31, 2018
Must see :-) adorable pandas, black swans, some pink and white flamingo :-) and a lot more animals around. It's a huge park, a beautiful surroundings and a clean park where you can do everything like exercising, hiking, walking, sightseeing and even eating :-) there's a place where you can just sit and enjoy the view. It's easy to get here just ride a bus going to coloane :-)
Syahri Fadhli | Feb 5, 2018
This is great place, beside Panda house, it has very large park and loot of playgrounds for kids. They have some big Panda at the panda house, the ticket is 10 dollar for adult and free for children. They have some rare animals to be care of. Same mongkeys and birds, swans and big lake with gold fish. There are meuseum for panda at the top hill building. Merchandise store is available at the ticketing office.
Alex Siu | Apr 30, 2018
Perhaps the biggest secret in Macau. There are 4 giant pandas housed in airconditioned luxury here. Come in the afternoon and try to catch one of the feedings. Because it isn't well known (yet) outside of Macau, you can avoid the crowds like the ones at Ocean Park in HK. And the 2 year old pandas are still really playful. Take a taxi to get to the site, but be prepared to wait a bit for a return taxi.
Tin Gallemaso | Jun 7, 2018
A place to visit especially if you're with children when travelling to Macau and it's very affordable for only 10 MOP. We were able to see the pandas but they were sleeping. I think it's better to time your visit when it's feeding time so the pandas are awake. There are other animals like monkeys, flamingos, red pandas etc. to see in this place though not a lot like a regular zoo. There is also a gift shop where you can purchase panda merchandise.
Ryan 13obadilla | Jun 5, 2018
If you are travelling to Macau & have kids with you, put this in your itinerary. Buses pass by here so it is accessible. Come before 3:00 pm so you can catch the Pandas. The guests are being grouped per hour. So come on your desired time to be included in the batch.
Pieter de Beer | Jun 7, 2018
What a great stop if you are traveling with small children, and unlike other Panda “parks” close by this is affordable at $20 Hong Kong dollar per person! We visited during a typhoon and there were very little people visiting so you could actually enjoy the view!
Krisha Ellasus | Jun 3, 2018
This place is okay. Though the bird cages were in construction and the animals are mostly sleeping when we came here. We came here for the panda show but the pandas were asleep. So our tickets has gone to waste. And the cages are pretty much in constructon so we didn't see much except for the crying monkey and the pink and black flamingoes.
Len M | Jul 11, 2018
Great place to see the pandas. Went mid week 2nd week of July 2018. Not busy at all. You will have to pay to see the pandas in an enclosed viewing area. One hour limit to view the pandas. Rest of the zoo is free.
Rob C | Jun 24, 2018
Fantastic place for a short visit. Entry was free today as it was one of the pandas birthdays so I brought souvenirs instead. Very worth while visit.
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