The largest panda exhibit built in Southeast Asia, this exhibit spans 1,500m2. Simulating the bears’ natural habitat with lush plantings, boulders and water features, the state-of-the-art biodome is also temperature- and humidity-controlled to ensure the pandas’ comfort.
Le Le can come out to play at any time!
Jia Jia and Le Le may not be in view if they need some privacy.
Let’s give them some space to get comfortable with all the attention!
After few years of trying, our panda pair welcomed their first-born on the morning of 14 August 2021. The little one weighed about 200g.
Conceived via a plan which involved natural mating techniques and assisted reproductive science based on advice from the China Conservation and Research Centre for Giant Panda, our newest little one marks an important milestone in the care of threatened giant pandas in Singapore.
Jia Jia and cub are in the maternity ward to nurse and bond while Kai Kai is in the exhibit. Stay tuned for more updates on our giant panda family!