Spots in Beijing Zoo | Amphibian Reptile Pavilion


The Beijing Zoo Amphibian Reptile Pavilion is located in the southwest of the zoo. Built in 1979, with a construction area of 4,345 m², it used to be one of the best pavilions in Beijing Zoo. The amphibian reptile pavilion is divided into two floors, with more than 90 exhibition rooms of different sizes set up in the pavilion. 

The size of the exhibition rooms varies greatly according to the animals on display. On the left side of the foyer, reptiles such as crocodiles, turtles and soft-shelled turtles are displayed, and the largest crocodile room is located here. The right side of the foyer displays amphibians downstairs and snakes upstairs. In the center of the right hall is the python hall where the net pythons are kept and displayed. The exhibition hall runs through both upper and lower floors, 12 meters long, 6.4 meters wide and 11 meters high. A fake tree is cast in concrete in the center of the hall for pythons to climb. The hall is equipped with air conditioning system and humidity regulation system.