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Eden Project China China


OPENING TBC


A new sister site for Cornwall's Eden Project could be developed in China as part of efforts to expand the concept to overseas locations. Eden Project director Tim Smith


said that work could commence on the Chinese version of the attraction by mid-2012. In 2008, Smit told Attractions Management that discussions had started to take Eden overseas. It was also reported that Singapore is also in line for a similar attraction. www.edenproject.com


Entertainment City Cairo, Egypt


OPENING TBC


A new entertainment complex, with themed waterparks, a convention centre and a golf course, is being planned for


Cairo, Egypt. The project is a joint venture between Walt Disney Company Apogee Attractions and Avatar Management and will also boast a grand prix-style racetrack, fi ve-star hotels and the Mubarak Convention Centre & Museum. www.apogeeattractions.com


Phoenix snow park Phoenix, Arizona, USA


OPENING TBC


A 38-acre (15.4-hectare) winter theme park is being planned for Phoenix, Arizona, US. The project is the brainchild of Catalyst Land Holdings, which is the vehicle of businessmen Craig Campbell and Chadwic Gifford. While the plans are only conceptual at present, the proposals for the park show that it would occupy a site next to an old landfi ll. www.catalystland.com


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Orlando Eye and iWalk Orlando, Florida, USA


OPENING 2013


Visitor attraction operator Merlin Entertainments has confi rmed it is working with entertainment company Circle Entertainment and developer Unicorp to develop a 425ft (132m)-high Orlando Eye wheel attraction in Orlando, Florida. The attraction will form a


key part of Circle and Unicorp's exciting plans for I-Walk Orlando – a mixed-use development boasting retail, restaurants and bars and entertainment facilities. The iWalk attraction is scheduled


to open in 2013 on the city's International Drive. www.eyeonorlando.com


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