China is paying homepage to the ill-fated Titanic with a theme park dedicated to the ship.
The US$164 million theme park is being developed by Seven Star Energy Investment Group and will be located in Daying country in the province of Sichuan.
Attractions will include a museum of Titanic memorabilia and a 6D cinema experience that allows guests to experience the ship’s final moments in 1912.
Other features will be the Romandisea Seven Star International Cultural Tourism Resort with a man-made beach and replicas of European castles and churches.
Construction on the Titanic theme park will commence this year. It will be the second replica of the ship following the Titanic II, which was commissioned by Australian businessman, Clive Palmer to recreate the Titanic’s maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.
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