The twins were born in September as part of a breeding program to preserve the endangered species.
It is the first time China has gifted pandas to a Middle East country as part of its long-standing "Panda Diplomacy" policy.
This clip of an adorable baby panda repeatedly trying to clamber into a hammock is sure to put a smile on your face.
The healthy panda cub is almost as round as it is long, and is growing into the classic plump panda shape.
Pandas are less passive than you might think, one park employee noted.
Red pandas are critically endangered, with fewer than 10,000 remaining in the wild.
Zookeepers believe this panda has an attitude.
In the video, panda keepers are seen repeatedly pushing, dragging and throwing the pandas away from the door of their enclosure.
Panda numbers are on the rise, but humans are pushing our closest ape relatives to extinction.