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Shaanxi Wild Animal Rescure and Breeding Center is the earliest center of this kind in China as well as one of the 4 major panda breeding centers in China. It has the only brown panda Qizai in the world. In addition, it has the largest clusters of...more
The wild animal centre is closed down! We went to louguantai yesterday and spoke to the tourist centre on the exact location of the centre only to find out it had been closed for a few years now. I assume it never recovered from the...More
I visited Louguantai solely to visit the Daoist complex, and I was not disappointed. According to Daoist legend, Lao Tzu passed through the region and was invited to expound his wisdom to the local people. A few kilometers from the main entrance, there stands a...More
We went to Louguantai National Forest Park on 25.04.2015. During our remaining year in China we will probably not have the chance to go to the Panda reserve in Chengdu anymore. So we thought we could combine our trip to Xi'an with visiting the local...More
I was really interested in visiting this place when we visit Xian in April but I had trouble finding current info (no website). I read somewhere that the animals are ill and the center is closed. I asked our guide (Cynthia of China Connection Tours)...More
We had a great time visiting the Louguantai Wild Animal Breeding and Protection Center.
Since it is a wild animal breeding and protection center, don't expect to be pretty like a zoo.
The previous reviews mention about the poor conditions, I don't agree with them....More
This place is offered by different hostels in Xi'an as a half day trip and is also known as "Shaanxi Rare Wild Animals Rescuing and Raising Research Center" or the like. I guess the name is supposed to convey the impression that serious, animal-friendly preservation...More
Not sure what this place really is. I suspect that it is just a cheap zoo. The pandas have pretty good conditions. There were about 10 on view, including the very rare brown panda.
Other animals are housed in small concrete and iron bar enclosures,...More