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Local Name:
天府乐高乐园
Budget:
250M
Announced:
07 Feb 2018
Construction Start:
08 Jun 2020
Opening:
Sep 2023
Area:
16 ha
Developer:
Global Zhongjun Cultural Tourism Development, Merlin Entertainments, Sunac China Holdings
Consultants:
Designers:
Contractors:
Ride Suppliers:
Other Suppliers:
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    So far just a lot of ground clearing happening right now







    Sources: https://v.douyin.com/JFR94pb/ and https://v.douyin.com/JFRueK3/

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    The park's preview center is almost ready to open















    Source: https://m.weibo.cn/status/4500214378353928

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    Sunac branding is now present at the Legoland construction site because on November 27, 2019, Sunac China Holdings Limited announced that an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the company had acquired 51% equity in Global Zhongjun. Two months prior to this, Merlin announced a partnership agreement with Global Zhongjun "to build and operate a LEGOLAND Resort in Sichuan Province [and] under the terms of the agreement, Global Zhongjun will fund the construction of LEGOLAND Sichuan, as well as the required infrastructure and adjacent commercial developments, while Merlin will partner in the resort development and operate it under a management contract arrangement."

    According to the article the land has been cleared and groundwork is underway.

















    This is probably an early layout but it could be a new layout:



    Sources: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/_Aeb3W3Vj5VhPTqU43HY1Q and https://m.weibo.cn/status/4498004390565482 and https://kuaibao.qq.com/s/20200422A0T6F900

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    Recently, Chen Dong, Party Secretary and Director of the Municipal Culture and Tourism Bureau, went to our district to investigate the construction of major cultural tourism projects . District Party Secretary Chen Qing participated in the event.

    Chen Dong successively went to Beijing Jinyu Prospect Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd. and Qinglonghu Forest Park to inspect the land use and location status of the Lego Theme Park project on site, and listened to our region ’s special tourism development plan, Qinglonghu Town comprehensive implementation plan and Lego theme park project related situation report.




    In addition to the construction of Legoland, Qinglong Lake District has also built a series of high-end business, leisure and living facilities: the five-star Oriental MGM International Hotel has been built and put into use, the Merlin Entertainment Group, Australia Weixiu, France PVCP , New Zealand Vita Studios, Holland Life Apartments and other international industry giants have joined in
    Source: https://bj.leju.com/news/2020-04-08/15396653556969594728679.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    I read somewhere, possibly in the original press release, that this would be the largest LEGOLAND in the world? That doesn't seem likely given the concept art and the budget. Does anyone know if that's true or how it compares to current open LEGOLAND parks?
    I believe you're thinking of Legoland Shanghai which is planned to be largest/most extensive Legoland.

  9. I read somewhere, possibly in the original press release, that this would be the largest LEGOLAND in the world? That doesn't seem likely given the concept art and the budget. Does anyone know if that's true or how it compares to current open LEGOLAND parks?

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