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  1. In 2012, facing capacity issues, Korea's Lotte World needed ways to expand the available guest area of the landlocked theme park. The solution was for the park to claim the floors below it, transforming the former mall into additional theme park space. Frequent collaborator, Legacy Entertainment, designed this concept for UNDERLAND- a magical realm home to friendly Ogres from Korean folklore. After the design phase, some major changes were made- the themed dining and retail venue were revised to be leasable spaces for chain restaurants, and the Dark Ride was replaced with a TrioTech Xd Theater.

    The 3 development phases of this floor below the park was completed in 2015, and has helped the park address its increasing popularity.

  2. That looks amazing. Where exactly in South East Asia was this Cirque du Soleil theme park supposed to go? Thailand? Vietnam? Malaysia? Bali?

  3. Beyond their well-documented work on the Vidanta Mexico project, Cirque du Soleil and Legacy Entertainment also collaborated on several other destination resort designs. These Concept Art images were developed for a Cirque Du Soleil Theme Park and Water Park resort proposed for Southeast Asia.

  4. MouseEars is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Dutch chocolate company Tony’s Chocolonely has joined forces with architecture firm SeARCH to create a unique choccy-themed attraction.
    It’s estimated the ‘chocolate circus’ will take three years to build and will cost an eye-watering $105 million (£84.5 million) in total. While a precise date for the opening hasn’t been revealed, it’s unlikely guests will be able to step inside the attraction before 2024.


  5. Lotte World's signature night parade, Let's Dream!, debuted 6 years ago this week. Upon its debut, Disney fan site MiceChat claimed " it may be the best light parade ever created". The mega show is notable for several unique 'firsts', including the first use of Drones and Pepper's Ghost effects in a theme park parade. Designed and produced by Legacy Entertainment, these concept art images were created during the projects Blue Sky phase.

  6. Legacy Entertainment has worked on multiple initiatives to re-imagine Las Vegas' iconic Tropicana resort, with the most ambitious being Columbia Sussex's 2007 plan to transform the property into the world's largest hotel with 10,000+ rooms. Part of this plan included a large-scale dark ride integrated throughout the resort.

    These concept art images, developed during the project's Concept Design phase, depict a variety of scenes from this unique MACK boat ride which would have used a combination of physical sets and 3D screens, similar to The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man and Transformers. Two unique features of this attraction would have been a Water Vortex (similar to Poseidon's Fury at Universal's Islands of Adventure) and an Elevator Lift (as utilized in Sea World California's Journey to Atlantis).

  7. Here's the latest pictures from the Theme Park Chocolate Kingdom in China. The Theme Park is in its final steps before grand opening.

  8. The GOLDEN EMPIRE Cultural Center developed by Yanlord for Nanjing, China consists of several major anchor components, including an Aquarium, Theater, Museum, and an Indoor Theme Park, with all of these elements relating to the explorations of admiral Zheng He along the Maritime Silk Road. Legacy Entertainment's indoor theme park design was a showcase of both these journeys, as well as the tangible contributions made during this time. Off-the-Shelf flat rides are elaborately re-themed to reflect these contributions, including Ming Vase Tea Cups, Phoenix Incense Burner Telecombat (Dumbo), and a Giraffe Carousel (Zheng He brought the first Giraffe to China).

  9. GOLDEN EMPIRE is a major RD&E (Retail, Dining, and Entertainment) project planned for the Chinese city of Nanjing. The project is designed to immerse visitors in the world of famed Chinese explorer, Zheng He. Legacy Entertainment's design, which is anchored by an Indoor Theme Park, Aquarium, Museum, and a Live Performance Theater, also includes ample shopping and dining.

  10. Legacy Entertainment was engaged by Chinese developer Yurun to design and develop a unique water park concept for the city if Changzhou in the Jiangsu province. At the time, Yurun was forming licensing partnerships with major western brands including DreamWorks, and wanted to explore the option of creating a unique Water Park based on the National Geographic IP. Legacy Entertainment's water park design, titled The ISLAND EARTH, was based on the world's most incredible natural and manmade water wonders.

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