Nick to Open China’s Largest Indoor Theme Park

A 28,000-square-meter Nickelodeon theme park is headed to the Mall of China in Chongqing, China.

License Global

July 31, 2018

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A 28,000-square-meter Nickelodeon theme park is headed to the Mall of China in Chongqing, China.

The world’s largest indoor Nickelodeon theme park will include some of Viacom’s iconic popular brands, such as "SpongeBob SquarePants," "Dora the Explorer" and "PAW Patrol," among others.

The park will showcase 14 Nick properties and 29 attractions, including Asia’s first tilting drop tower. The massive park with also include a "Teenage Mutant NinjaTurtles" launch coaster, which will be the fastest, highest and longest indoor roller coaster in the world.

“Creating immersive on-the-ground consumer experiences remains an important part of our business,” says Mark Whitehead, managing director of Asia Pacific, Viacom International Media Networks. “As we continue to grow the footprint of Nickelodeon theme parks, I am confident this will also open up new opportunities for the Nickelodeon brand and for our partners across multiple platforms in this important Chinese market.”

The theme park is slated to open in 2020.

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