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Asia-Pacific


Key attractions Motion-based attraction Finding Merlion takes place in a theatre with a dynamic simulated cabinet. Visitors are seated in the cabin and follow ‘Bramble Bear’ along in the film as he travels through the amazing modern cities of Singapore. The cabinet will tilt, rise, fall, shake, and make other movements based on the film’s storyline, taking visitors back to 11th century Singapore, called Temasek at that time, and past a dazzling array of landmarks and landscapes in the Lion City. The Amazing Angkor area is based on the history of the


Angkorian Period and Angkorian architecture. The huge arc- shaped-screen theatre shows audiences how Angkor Wat was built. The film reproduces the epic scenes of quarrying, water transport, and construction of Angkor Wat, a masterpiece of Angkorian architecture that embodies the apex of Khmer building skills and engraving art. The film displays the elaborate relief carvings of Banteay Srei and splendid Khmer classical dance. A particular visitor favourite thus far has been suspended


dome theatre show, ‘Let’s Fly’ which whisks guests away to famous sites in ten featured countries throughout Southeast Asia, flying over Mount Bromo in Indonesia, Mount Popa in Myanmar, Patuxay in Laos, the Grand Palace in Thailand, and the magnificent Pyu Ancient Cities, ending at the China- ASEAN Expo. Live shows such as ‘Dancing Islands’, meanwhile, allow


visitors to experience different cultures and performances through special effects and programmable, suspended balls, coupled with live action dances and songs based around folk culture, solemn religious observances, and Indonesian culture. For the younger guests, the park features the famous and


adorable animated characters the Boonie Bears, produced by Fantawild.


A stand-out offering “Fantawild Asian Legend is the first theme park in Nanning featuring the cultures of ASEAN member countries. The combination of advanced technology and exotic cultures will no doubt attract tourists from all over,” Shang believes.


“Although theme parks are popping up in China, even in large numbers in some areas, high-quality theme parks are not widespread in Guangxi province. Many visitors say that Nanning Fantawild Asian Legend is a window into Southeast Asian cultures, and every year the China-ASEAN Exposition is held here, so the park offers a unique and memorable travel experience. Tourists can learn and get a feel for the different cultures of Southeast Asia in a single day.” “Fantawild adheres to the concept of ‘Culture +


Technology,’” Shang maintains. “Culture and IP are at the soul of a theme park. Technology helps to expand culture and IP to contextualize the culture in appealing ways. The core competitiveness of Fantawild parks has always been telling good stories through technology.” “According to our statistics, the volume of tourists visiting


Fantawild Asian Legend has consistently remained at a high level since its opening. The total number of visitors quickly reached over 300,000 in less than one month, proving the popularity of this park among visitors.”


Moving forwards Besides the four theme park brands it now operates (Fantawild Adventure, Fantawild Dreamland, Fantawild Water Park and Fantawild Oriental Heritage), Fantawild is also exploring the distinctive cultures in different regions of China and innovating to build all new theme parks. Over the next few years, Fantawild will open further theme parks in China featuring ‘local touches’ - a park in the city of Anyang will spotlight the Yin-Shang culture; a park in the city of Zigong will feature dinosaurs in reference to the vast quantities of dinosaur fossils excavated there in the 1980s, and a park in the city of Jiayuguan will focus on the history of the Silk Road, the ancient network of trade routes that connected the East and West. With these theme parks and other projects currently under construction, the trajectory of Fantawild’s rising star shows no sign of slowing down – watch this space.


ASEAN is the Association of South East Asian Nations. It promotes the economic growth of 10 countries located south of China.


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