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Q: What is the best theme park in china aside from hk dl and chimelong?

What do you think is the best aside from those?

7 years 30 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Other cities

 
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Ocean Park in HK

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Did you not see what just happened in Xi'an? I don't theme parks here are safe. Every year you hear of accidents occuring. But fine, to address the question I think Happy Valley has established itself as the most successful chain, but Ive never been so can't say it's any good.

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Maybe Disney Land in Shanghai if it ever opens.

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Laduzi Land

 

(sorry about that) 

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