Theme park—An Important Recreational Place in Pakistan

Why Pakistan Needs a Theme Park?

If you've at any point had an opportunity to visit the United States or Hong Kong or the UK, you more likely than not been informed that the theme parks in these countries are not to be missed, and it's hard to believe, but it's true. A solitary visit to one of Disney's theme parks would render all other family recreation thoughts disputable and, well, straight-up exhausting.

In the midst of the rough summers, the spiky winters, the quickly changing political conditions, and the consistent pushing with our passionate perseverance past the edge, we as a whole need a break. Furthermore, we will not have to travel to another country and burn through a huge number of our well-deserved rupees in an outside nation for that legitimate recreation break, particularly when the majority of us can't bear the cost of such an extravagance. We ought to have that facility right here, in Pakistan.

A theme park available to all Pakistanis. A theme park that dismisses all social and economic barriers among Pakistanis and supplements the national economy by pulling in handsome profits as tourist’s flock to it.

By making it Pakistani, perhaps we could pay respect to our neighborhood legacy too. For instance, we could include a 3 Bahadur station in the theme park, reproducing Roshan Nagar, or mimic an encounter between Baba Balam and Saadi, Amna, Kamil once again. With the assistance of 3D innovation and electronic swings, these characters would be enlivened as well as they would remain with the Pakistani youth.

There's no denying that the country has enough property to save for a theme park. There's a lot of land free at the edges of Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad/Rawalpindi. Take Rana Resort for example, which lies a little more than an hour's drive toward the south of Lahore and is an extremely famous spot for families. The man-made woodland of Changa Manga is likewise close by and used to be similarly well known not very far in the past.

Obviously, there is no deficiency of entertaining characters, fantasy stories and space in Pakistan that could hinder the production of a theme park. All we require is a coordinated effort between differing creativities, advancement and innovation, and assets from world-class designers, speculators and contractual workers to bring life into this thought.

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Planning of Disney-esque Theme Park Near Lahore

The Punjab government is making serious efforts to develop the theme park. This was stated by Commissioner Abdullah Khan Sunbal. He was talking at a meeting with an assignment to LIAD group in regards to the theme park. He said that the theme park would be built up based on entertainment and Disney Park.

The Punjab government had dependably given an excellent environment to coordinate speculation, he included. Sunbul said that the Punjab government would expand its full help and collaboration, according to the laws by thinking about the thorough methodology of the theme park.

The theme park was a huge venture, which would yield positive outcomes in the future, said the commissioner, including that positive session was held with financial specialists in regards to the theme park. Sunbal said that the Punjab government had sorted out various gatherings to feature and investigate the speculation openings in the territory.

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3 Comments

  • syed ahmad

    May 9, 2018 AT 08:06 AM

    yeah i've heard that some Greek company is going to make a world class amusement park in the city.

    syed ahmad

    June 21, 2018 AT 12:26 AM

    seriously? thats a good news

    Muhammad Imran

    June 8, 2018 AT 05:56 AM

    good to know. nice step by ex cm shehbaz sharif

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