Wednesday, 23 March 2011

XiangJiang Safari Park Guangzhou

 Tiger cubs! So cute!
Today is our last day in China and since our business in Foshan has concluded, our supplier suggested that we stayed in Guangzhou for the night before departing the next day for Hong Kong (to catch our flight back to Brunei). We took a bus from Foshan to Guangzhou, arriving in Guangzhou at around noon. After lunch, we took a taxi to the XiangJiang Safari Park which is a good one hour's drive away. The entrance fee was RMB180  (B$36)  per person. The park was not packed during the time we were there. It was very tiring touring the park on foot but buggies were available at a fee. As it was almost closing time (we arrived at 4.00pm and the park closes at 6.30pm), we only managed to witness the white tigers' performances (I counted 15 white tigers!). There were no taxis at the park when we wanted to leave but luckily there is an MRT station nearby which only costs RMB6 (B$1.20) per person to get us back to Guangzhou.

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