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News: Legoland to Open in Shanghai in 2022

China's first Legoland will be built in Qingpu

After opening a Legoland Discovery Center in Putuo District early last Spring, Lego continues in its quest to conquer China with plans to open the nation's first outdoor Legoland by 2022.

 

Construction is expected to start in the year 2020 and will wrap up by 2022. The park will be built near Dianshan Lake in Qingpu District, which is also home to Oriental Land. Merlin Entertainments China's Channel Marketing Director Yang Shengjun says that the park will offer "rides, performance areas, restaurants and a hotel". There are also plans to incorporate local influences like water towns.

 

Currently there are seven operating Lego theme parks in the world, with Malaysia being the only Asian location currently. Legoland has been making a strong push in this side of the world recently, construction is on-going for parks in Japan and Korea; both are expected to open to the public this year.

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Wansien Lee
Wansien Lee is the Life & Style Editor for City Weekend Shanghai. She's Malaysian by name, but funnily enough has never lived in Malaysia. She likes writing about food and travel, and will probably end up the crazy lady down the street with thirty-seven cats.

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