Shangri-La (disambiguation)

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Shangri-La is a fictional valley in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by James Hilton. Shangri-La may also refer to:

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Fiction[edit]

  • Shangri-La (novel) (シャングリ·ラ Shanguri Ra), a 2009 Japanese novel adapted into a manga and an anime series
  • Shangri-La (musical), a 1956 musical stage adaptation of the Hilton novel
  • Shangri-La (film), a 2002 film by Takashi Miike
  • Shangri La-De-Da Valley, location of the "Cave Scout Jamboree" in a 1964 Flintstones' episode.
  • Shangri-La, a map in the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops
  • Shangri-la, the main antagonist time-space in Japanese anime Noein
  • Shangri-la, a part of world in Far Cry 4, where several side quests take place
  • Shangri-La, the mothership of the Mu in the science fiction manga and anime series Toward the Terra (地球へ… Terra e...)

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Lost in Shangri-La, a 2011 book by Mitchell Zuckoff about a US military airplane that crashed in 1945 in New Guinea, and the rescue of the survivors.

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Run by the Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts group:

Other[edit]

Shangri-la, a non-profit organization in Oregon, based out of Salem, that provides supports and services to people with disabilities.

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