For those whowill flock to the quiet city in the Himalayan foothills, you will have the choice of a heritage park, wildlife zoo, food and concessions street, adventure and paragliding clubs, waterfalls and jogging tracks. The amusement park will start with about 50 acres, but eventually expand to roughly 500 when all phases are complete.
Don't start packing your bags just yet. Ground breaking should take place this month and, if all goes to plan, the first loopty-loops on the roller-coaster will happen by 2018. Pakistani officials have claimed that the park will not be directly over the former compound, but encompassing the surrounding land. We can't imagine Disneyland or Universal Studios are too worried.
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