Theme parks witnessing throngs of visitors in China

Shanghai Disneyland puts on a spectacular fireworks and light show above the Enchanted Storybook Castle to celebrate the approaching of spring. Photo: IC

With the COVID-19 pandemic battering the tourism industry throughout the globe, theme parks in particular, those located in the Chinese mainland have, however, witnessed the fastest recovery in the world.

For instance, Disneyland has paid great tribute to the thriving Chinese market, saying that the performance of Shanghai Disney resort has “exceeded expectations” and “expanded faster than any Disney park” in the company’s history as the US theme park and entertainment conglomerate celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Shanghai Disneyland resort. 

Though not entirely cleared of challenges such as lingering impact from the coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming launch of a Universal Studios theme park, viewed as one of Disneyland’s biggest competitors in Beijing, Shanghai Disney has continued to set new records, to the great…

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