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Q: How can I get to the Panda Bear reserve?

I will be leaving from Beijing and know nothing of Mandarin. What would be my best alternative to make it to the Panda Bear reservation so that I can feed a cub?

8 years 25 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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You need to go to Chengdu, Sichuan province. Check out this link

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Wolong is closed because of the earthquake, but there is one right outside of Chengdu, and another one about 2 hours away from Chengdu.

http://www.giantpandazoo.com/panda/pambassador/chengdu-panda-base

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifengxia_Panda_Base

My collection of links has gotten out of control and disorganized, but if you search both of those, you can get directions.

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