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Ghost Wonderland: Abandoned Theme Park

Located in Chenzhuang Village, Nankou Town, Changping district, this abandoned theme park near Beijing looks like a lot of fun!

Back in 1998 a lot of money was invested in this massive theme park project, with the aim to create the biggest amusement park in Asia, but somehow the investors and the Chinese government never finished their work. Nowadays, the ghost Wonderland theme park looks like a Disney wasteland including archaic Western buildings, an abandoned castle and other attractions…

Nevertheless, this abandoned theme park is, like the decayed Spreepark in Berlin, still a place of joy and fun for urban explorers! Don’t miss it when you’re in China next time…

Info via e-mail. Details via timeoutbeijing.com.

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  1. Good thing about deserted places is that dogs still enjoy them! Maybe these places should be transformed as Dog Parks!

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