Occupying the shores of Liuyang River, the Changsha: Window of the World Theme Park is one of the best highlights in China. Here are some fascinating facts regarding the iconic entertainment hub.
A Mega Theme Park
Situated in the northeastern fringes of Changsha, the mammoth Changsha: Window of the World Theme Park is spread out over a whopping 400,000 square metres. Built at the cost of nearly 360 million Yuan, the venue is also the largest theme park of its kind in the heart of the country. With more than a hundred attractions occupying its confines, this cultural hotspot allows travellers to enjoy a truly memorable recreational pit stop on the banks of the Liuyang River.
With such a vast expanse at its disposal, Changsha: Window of the World encompasses replicas of some of the world’s most famous structures and tourist attractions. This includes the Light House of Alexandria, France’s Louvre Pyramid and the Kuwait Water Tower while the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and Germany’s New Swan City are also part of the landscape. Capitalising on pop culture, the parkland is also divided into zones such as Cowboy Street, Civilised Street, International Business Street and Lakes Villages, so that tourists can experience so many different topographies in one locale.
Live performances that hail from the five continents in the world are also on display every night as the park celebrates the diverse cultural features of different nations.