Chime-Long Paradise

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Chime-Long Paradise
长隆欢乐世界
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Location Panyu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Coordinates 23°00′16″N 113°19′37″E / 23.004355°N 113.326913°E / 23.004355; 113.326913Coordinates: 23°00′16″N 113°19′37″E / 23.004355°N 113.326913°E / 23.004355; 113.326913
Owner Chime-Long Group
Operated by Chime-Long Group
Opened April 12, 2006 (2006-04-12)
Visitors per annum 50000
Area 60 hectares
Website http://www.chimelongparadise.com/engroup/
One of the rides in Chime-Long Paradise

Chime-Long Paradise (Chinese: 长隆欢乐世界) is a major amusement park in Panyu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. Opened on April 12, 2006, Chime-Long Paradise is the largest amusement park in China and boasts the 10 Inversion Roller Coaster, which prior to the opening of The Smiler at Alton Towers, England shared the record for most inversions with Colossus at Thorpe Park in Surrey, England.[1] It is classified as a AAAAA scenic area by the China National Tourism Administration.[2]

Chime-Long Paradise is operated by the Chime-Long Group, a Chinese tourism company that also operates numerous other attractions, including the Chime-Long Circus and Panyu Xiangjiang Safari Park. Chime-Long Group reported that construction of the park cost over 1 billion RMB. Stretching over 60 hectares, the park currently contains more than 60 attractions and has a daily capacity of 50,000 visitors. In 2008 a new rollercoaster opened that is nearly 61 m tall (200 ft) and reaches a maximum speed of 105 kilometres per hour (65 mph).[3]

On July 29, 2014, rare giant panda cub triplets, all three of which have thus far survived, were born at the Chimelong Safari Park, in Guangzhou, in south China's Guangdong Province.[4]

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  1. ^ "Chimelong Paradise". Roller Coaster DataBase. 
  2. ^ "AAAAA Scenic Areas". China National Tourism Administration. 16 November 2008. Retrieved 9 April 2011. 
  3. ^ gz.gov.cn (April 12, 2006). "World-Class Amusement Park Opens in Guangzhou". News Guandong. 
  4. ^ http://news.msn.com/world/china-announces-birth-of-rare-panda-triplets-1


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