Had a wonderful time at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou 😎 #Givethanks to the animals while they were on their best behavior so I could shoot some good photos of them 😁
Guangzhou Changlong Wildlife World is the world's largest and largest wildlife theme park. The park covers an area of more than 2,000 acres and has a large area of subtropical rainforest in South China. It is currently the largest original ecological zoo in China.
There is a matching hotel, children can watch the white tiger for breakfast.
The most rare and endangered animals, the park has more than 500 species including 10 giant pandas, more than 22 koalas (koalas), more than 150 white tigers and other national treasures.
On the way back, I encountered a large wave of pink flamingos. They were red or red, and they were loved by many girls. Not only was the shape beautiful, but its manner was also elegant and noble; the flamingo always had long and slender doubles. The footsteps wading through the water, bending the elegant S-shaped long neck, just like a lady with a beautiful appearance; giving a kind of foreign, fashionable, elegant, light temperament from the Wonderful Elf Hall, you can follow the Elf Promenade Going forward, along the way, the white-bellied pheasant, the golden-bellied pheasant and other birds are dazzling~
As the world's largest animal population, and the world's largest wildlife theme park, Guangzhou Chimelong Wildlife Park, it is worth taking a child. There is no impeccable quality of the ecosystem or service, and the animals are given a greater degree of freedom. The oil is smooth and bright, and there is no such small and pitiful. And you can see many rare animals, and there are more animals that can interact with people. Secretly tell you, sit on the right side of the train, and the chance to see the animals on the right is bigger!
Chimelong Safari Park is part of the Chimelong Tourist Resort. Located in Guangzhou's Panyu, it is China's first and Guangzhou's only "AAAAA" grade scenic area. It is also the filming location of the famous reality show “Dad, Where Are We Going”. The park spans over 2000 acres of land including a large section of undisrupted Southeast China subtropical rainforest making it the largest eco-zoo in China. The park contains many wild animals from all over the world, of which many are rare species. It is a great place for family trips, there are plenty of animal performances in the park, and there is also a park zone designed specifically for children. It's a lot of fun!