Guangzhou Chimelong Safari World is a national-level 5A tourist scenic spot in Changlong Tourism Resort, located in Panyu, Guangzhou. The safari features large-scale wildlife stocking and self-driving viewing. It integrates fauna and flora protection, research, tourism and science education. This national-level safari park follows international standards and keeps a population of a variety of wild life, especially large wild animals.
Known as “China's most internationalized wildlife safari”, Chimelong is one of the largest wildlife theme parks in the world. The safari features large-scale wildlife stocking and self-driving viewing. It integrates fauna and flora protection, research, tourism and science education. It has a large area of subtropical rain forest in South China. It is currently home to 50 koalas, 10 giant pandas, orangutan from Malaysian, Asian elephants from Thailand, Honduran anteaters, etc., all of which are corresponding national treasures. The park management initiated the self-driving animal watching model in this country.
Panda Paradise is the theme park from the TV Show "Where is Dad? Season 2: Panda Triplet Fairy Tale Adventure". The theme park, when combined with the cultural creativity, offers more meaningful content to children. There are exotic teapot trains, high-tech 4D cinemas and a variety of recreation facilities. The best part can be a tour in Panda Hall. There are the springs, the bamboo, the singing birds, and of course, the cute pandas. The national treasures are rolling happily, hanging around on branches, sleeping and even making a face in front of tourists. It’s so cute.
Of the 2.7 km journey, the lowest point is only 1 meter above the ground! One can have a wonderful time watching giraffes from the cable car, overlooking antelopes strolling on the ground and the zebras running on the grassland, flying with swans and parrots in the air, and admiring lovely giant pandas and koalas. Your children will have an extraordinary experience of walking with the beasts and flying with the birds.
Close to the entrance to the South Gate, there is a misty rain forest center. It is home to hundreds of flamingos. The fiery color turns the green island into a burning one. There is an infinite vitality here.
The College of Animals is committed to designing activities that combine diverse forms and multiple levels of content. It helps children to learn and protect the nature and animals therein. Currently, courses about elephants, tigers, animal doctors and an aerial classroom are offered. The children will all have close contact with lovely animals. They can gain animal knowledge first hand.