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Several theme parks to open in 2018

​By Zhang Junmian
​China.org.cn, 01 16, 2018
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A number of theme parks in Changsha are expected to open for business in 2018, the Changsha Evening News reports.

The first phase of HB Town, which reproduces the architecture style of ancient Medieval towns in Italy, will open to the public in 2018.

The movie town, invested by China's largest private film company Huayi Brothers Media Corp, has a planned area of around 67 hectares. The movie town, featuring film scenes, will become a Mecca for leisure tourism and holiday making.

The second phase of the project will be themed on old Changsha.

HB Town is part of the Xiangjiang Amusement Town in Xiangjiang New Area. The amusement town will become the world's largest indoor ice and snow park after its completion.

The Ice and Snow World of the massive complex will be the world's only snow amusement project built out of a discarded mining  pit. It is dubbed one of the impossible architectures in the world by the Discovery Channel.

The first phase of the Tongguan Kiln International Cultural Tourism Resort is slated to open in June.

The resort, invested by Macrolink Group, a leading Chinese private enterprise, will recreate the prosperity of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and showcase splendid Chinese ceramic culture with ancient towns, museums, art performance centers and interactive activities.

The first phase of the Beautiful China-Changsha Cultural Industry Demonstration Park plans to greet visitors in May.

The sub-park, themed on inheritance of Chinese civilization, will offer tourists unique opportunities to explore the splendid Chinese civilization through high-tech approaches.

The park, jointly developed by Shenzhen-based Fantawild Holdings Inc and Ningxiang county government, has another two sub-parks with the theme of the Road of Rejuvenation and the Future China.

The Tongxi Ancient Town of the Children's World cultural tourism project is likely to begin operation in 2018. The town will feature unique charm of water towns south of the Yangtze River.

The large-scale project, located in Yuelu District, is invested by Chinese real estate developer China Evergrande Group.

It will include a theme park featuring Chinese and western mythological figures and fairytale characters, a football world amusement park, a large botanic garden for rare plants, a TV and film production base and a hot spring town. 


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