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  1. MouseEars is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Shots of the new Dragon Valley park under construction in Nanjing, China. In these images are the Vekoma Shockwave coaster and a pair of new Golden Horse Racing Junior Coasters.








    Source: https://twitter.com/VHCoasters/status/1284524074421690369

  2. NATURE'S WONDERLAND is a hybrid Theme Park and Botanical Garden planned by Chinese developer GoldenLand for the city of Yangzhou. The riverside development will accompany a planned JW Marriott Yangzhou hotel, and will feature rides and attractions interspersed throughout a retail, dining, and entertainment riverwalk. These concept art images were developed by Legacy Entertainment.






















  3. These exquisite sketches were developed early in the design process of Lotte World's light parade, Let's Dream!, designed and produced by Legacy Entertainment. These parade float designs draw from the Korean park's themed lands and attractions.






















  4. VALHALLA, also known as "Fullerö Park", is an integrated resort concept proposed for a site outside of Uppsala, Sweden. Legacy Entertainment's resort design features a large family Hotel and Shopping Mall, anchored by boutique-scale Theme Park and Water Park components. The resort's theme and design are based on Sweden's rich Viking culture.














  5. PART 2: VALHALLA Theme Park and Water Park Resort in Uppsala, Sweden design by Legacy Entertainment:












  6. 'Do You Speak Beluga?' is an Interactive Theater attraction at South Korea's Lotte World theme park, similar in nature to Disney's Turtle Talk with Crush. Beluga's were selected as the focus to build synergy with the nearby Lotte Aquarium. Designed by Legacy Entertainment, multiple aesthetic approaches were proposed, with Lotte World opting for the grotto look, consistent with the popular nearby 'Jumping Fish' Zamperla Flying Tigers ride.




















  7. Lotte World's light parade, Let's Dream!, features six units based on the themes embodied within park's lands and attractions. Legacy Entertainment's parade design is unique in that the lead positions on each float are reserved for young park visitors.














  8. Cirque du Soleil and Legacy Entertainment have collaborated on several unique integrated resort projects since beginning their cooperation in 2014 on the Vidanta projects. These beautiful concept art images depict an Asian Cirque du Soleil theme park resort quite different from the Vidanta project in that the attractions are integrated throughout an expansive Retail, Dining, & Entertainment promenade.














  9. Michael is online now themeparX Top Investigator
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    Happy Snow Park and Happy Water Park at Xiangjiang Happy City, developed by Hunan Xiangjiang New Area Investment Group, officially opened on July 11. The structure that makes up both parks, designed by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, is "positioned directly on top of a historical cement mining quarry pit and lake" in Changsha, China. The large ski resort is inside and the outdoor waterpark is located on top. FORREC designed the waterpark and describes it as follows:

    FORREC took full advantage of the site’s precipitous 30-meter difference in elevation to design a breathtaking multi-level water park with an exotic south seas theme. From the main level, featuring an exciting surf attraction, iconic water coaster and extraordinary wave pool, guests can descend into the Deep Pit on a series of plunging body slides or a thrilling raft slide.

    The pit itself is home to a dizzying selection of raft slides, a leisure pool and promenade. Stunningly integrated onto the roof of an existing building, the family area offers abundant water play options for all ages. Throughout the park, gigantic sculptures, inspired by the cultures of Bali and the South Pacific, act as Water Guardians that welcome and guide guests on their journey of discovery.


































    This is what the quarry pit looked like prior to construction:





    The next phase of the Xiangjiang Happy City development is Changsha Haichang Happy Ocean Park, designed by IRMS and KBXD, which recently started construction:



    Sources: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/-u_exWMmm7wthGf9PCLcRQ and https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/ywHe-oizeCvcdsKaKfMHyw and https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/-u_exWMmm7wthGf9PCLcRQ and https://www.kbxd.info/works/changsha-joy-ocean-park and http://www.coop-himmelblau.at/architecture/projects/dawang-mountain-resort-changsha/ and https://www.forrec.com/project/dawang-deep-pit-water-world/ and http://www.hnjoy.com.cn/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=31&id=101 and https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/XpkeIQnpJ96mWLOaWIHnsg

  10. In Ilsan, Korea, there is one particular land parcel that has changed hands multiple times, with several prominent developers making proposals for theme park projects. One such project was a major theme park based on Hallyu / K-pop / Korean Wave culture, and was designed by Legacy Entertainment. Before stalling, the project was so advanced that highway signage was installed (and still exists today).














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