Macao Giant Panda Pavilion to open to the public for free from May

Macao Giant Panda Pavilion to open to the public for free from May

The Macao Giant Panda Pavilion managed by the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will be open to the public and tourists for free from May 1. To comply with disease prevention measures and to maintain order on site, the public can make bookings for visits to the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion through the “Advance booking system for visiting green facilities (Individual)” (https://app.iam.gov.mo/gfbooking) from April 30.

To promote conservation of giant pandas and to deepen the public’s understanding of giant pandas, the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion located in Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane will be open to the public and tourists for free from May 1. To facilitate the public’s travel arrangements and to avoid people gathering while waiting, those interested in visiting the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion can make bookings through the “Advance booking system for visiting green facilities (Individual)” (https://app.iam.gov.mo/gfbooking) from April 30 to minimise the queuing and waiting period on site.

To comply with disease prevention measures and to maintain order on site, staff will let visitors into the venue in sessions depending on the number of visitors. Visitors are advised to follow the guidance of the staff and queue outside. Please browse the Macao Giant Panda Website (https://www.macaupanda.org.mo) or call the Civic Service Hotline 2833 7676 for points to note when visiting Macao Giant Panda Pavilion, as well as the opening hours and arrangements for closing days of the venue.

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