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Guangzhou: Virtual Reality theme park yet to draw crowds

YouTuber Nathie has visited VR Star Theme Park in China. His post shows a wide array of tech on offer (but not many visitors). VR Star Theme Park opened in Guizhou, China in 2018 and is the largest VR park in the world. With a $1.5 billion price tag, it’s unlikely that there will be any new VR parks of this scale outside China soon. However, it’s interesting to take a peep inside to see the vast array of tech on offer. VRFocus spoke to Nathie after his trip. In…

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Saudi Arabia’s ‘Entertainment city announced

| Visitors can look forward to cultural, sporting and entertainment activities, with attractions including a theme park, racing track, water parks and safari park | The entertainment city in Al Qidiya, southwest of Riyadh, will be as large as Las Vegas when completed covering an area of 334 sq km (129 sq miles). Building is due to start next year and be complete by 2022. Saudi Arabia is looking to diversify its economy to reduce its dependence on oil, as part of its 2030 vision, and building an entertainment industry is…

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Six Flags invests in China

| New Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Water Park to be developed alongside first Six Flags Branded Theme Park in China | Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world’s largest regional theme park company, and Riverside Investment Group Co. Ltd., an award-winning tourism and real estate developer, have announced an agreement to build a new water park adjacent to the first-ever Six Flags branded theme park in Haiyan China, which is in the province of Zhejiang. Construction is officially underway for Six Flags Zhejiang, the anchor of a 30 billion yuan (USD…

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