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Chocolate Happy land

No. 100 Bocheng Lu, Shanghai, China
+86 21 5100 1881
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Probably one of the worst theme parks we've ever been to.

It first strikes you as an abandoned amusement park. The tickets are crazily overpriced, with... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Celsius451
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Hong Kong, China
Eerily Quiet

There are chocolate Terra cotta, monuments, statues, furniture, to swimwear...in chocolate. We... read more

Reviewed 26 December 2016
mistermike9
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Johor Bahru, Malaysia
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This is a new theme park that opened in January 2013 on in the South Africa Pavilion of the old Expo Site. It has a number of themed buildings (e.g Children's fairytale land, China (featuring terra cotta warriors and the forbidden city all made of chocolate.) There are bouncy castles for the kids and bumper cars as well. All in all an interesting place to spend an afternoon.
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11 Apr 2017
“Probably one of the worst theme parks we've ever been to.”
26 Dec 2016
“Eerily Quiet”
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No. 100 Bocheng Lu, Shanghai, China
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+86 21 5100 1881
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

It first strikes you as an abandoned amusement park. The tickets are crazily overpriced, with children at 120 yuan and adults at 200. Besides us, there were two lines of preschool-aged students, probably coming back from a field trip, emerging from the doors, but other...More

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Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

There are chocolate Terra cotta, monuments, statues, furniture, to swimwear...in chocolate. We spent 90 minutes here and saw 2 other families. Lights are dimmed and not all are turned on. There are DIY stations to decorate donuts, make cotton candy, bake...etc. With so little foot...More

2  Thank mistermike9
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

Three years ago when we first visited, this attraction was still relatively new - it was clean, interesting and well-kept. Now it's just sad, with many of the exhibits smashed or melted and the interiors of the buildings looking like a herd of cows has...More

3  Thank Narsfweasels
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Reviewed 18 January 2016

This is the attraction for young or school children, especially in winter because most of the activities are indoor, though you have to move from one building to another through open space. If you want to come here, you might want to dedicate the whole...More

1  Thank Indra M
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Reviewed 5 September 2015

This place is really bad, the buildings are falling apart, and dirty especially inside. There are no expats just very few Chinese. The only highlight is the DIY activities, the kids could make cookies, chocolate, cotton candy, pizza (with ketchup and hot-dog), hygiene very questionable...More

3  Thank Ballinoski
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Reviewed 20 April 2015 via mobile

A little unfair as once we saw the outside on a wet rainy day we did not go in. Looks like the kind of place to take children as a punishment rather than a treat but it may be better on the inside..... Would maybe...More

6  Thank YorkTraveller1962
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Reviewed 22 May 2014

besides all the objects (cars, bags, dolls) made from chocolate, there is a baking kitchen for kids. We had a lot of fun1

3  Thank wangster2014
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