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    Canopy by Hilton will have a location at Lego Square outside the theme park:





    Source: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/GGHqDvx00srKdlcHZtWx0A

  6. I'm surprised they've recycled the Legoland Korea artwork for China. You can see the bridge on the bottom left (not to mention the lake and mountains) and some of the Seoul landmarks (Lotte Tower and Namsan Tower) to the right of the Lego castle.

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    More renderings of Legoland Shanghai Resort's retail, dining, and entertainment area:





    Sources: https://www.sohu.com/a/562777105_120179484 and http://finance.sina.com.cn/jjxw/2022-07-01/doc-imizirav1486025.shtml

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    New rendering released of the retail, dining, and entertainment area that will be located outside of the park:



    Design and preparatory work is moving along and pile driving is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of this year.

    Some of the rides and the respective manufacturers are being announced via tender bids. Some of the bigger announcements include Lego Factory Adventure by ETF Ride Systems, a roller coaster by Bolliger & Mabillard, Lego Ninjago the Ride by ART Engineering, and an Observation Tower by Sansei Technologies.

    Sources: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/uHZeqLpoWxNYkEzxq8gH4Q and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/676019643.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/676454737.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/676019822.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/675345108.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/675345126.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/675345130.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/675344690.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/674874300.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/674376203.html and https://www.ebnew.com/businessShow/673675510.html and https://www.jinshan.gov.cn/ysdt-zxdt/20220526/830772.html

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    Another look at Legoland Shanghai's masterplan:



    Source: https://www.hstong.com/news/detail/21111719182211390

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