Animation theme park to open in Taizhou | Updated: 2022-06-21

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A view of Fangte Wild Land, a large-scale theme park in Taizhou, East China's Zhejiang province. [Photo provided to]

Construction of the Fangte Wild Land, a sprawling 400,000-square-meter theme park in Taizhou, East China's Zhejiang province, was recently completed, local media reported.

Built by Shenzhen-based Huaqiang Group at a cost of more than 3 billion yuan ($461.5 million), the park is expected to open to visitors during the summer break.

Fangte Wild Land will feature several popular animation works including Boonie Bears and Miracle Girl, making it the first cartoon-themed park built by the company.

The theme park will also have amusement rides and immersive entertainment experiences. For example, visitors can watch films shown on a five-story hemispheric screen while suspended in the air.

The park is expected to receive over three million tourists annually.

Visitors can drive or take a bus to reach the Fangte Wild Land. There are two parking lots near the park that can accommodate more than 4,000 vehicles.