Chappypie China Time, a proposed Chinese culture theme park, is planning to open in New South Wales in early 2016 and has a flashy new promotional video (watch below).
The theme park, set to cost a staggering $500 million and to be spread over 39 acres, has been toted by supporters as the “biggest tourism development in New South Wales,” and is predicted to be ranked alongside Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge in popularity, reports The New York Times.
Chappypie China Time (no story on the choice of name, yet) has been planned for Warnervale, a small town an hour away from Sydney, and is still awaiting approval before it can open to the public. It aims to integrate Chinese ‘culture, happiness, nature and spirit’ and features a replica of the Forbidden City, a ‘Panda Paradise’, teahouses, museums shops and ‘Spring Festival Square’ as ‘center stage’.
Watch a short promo here:
Short promotional video
Watch the 11-minute promo here:
Long promotional video
[Image via Twitter]
By Robert Ridley