Do you remember that moment growing up and realizing that the lyrics to that popular children's song, “If all the raindrops”, would be nothing more than an unrealistic dream? Unwillingly believing that a world full of candy and chocolate is merely a place that we imagine and never actually see. Beijing has found a sweet way to tend to that neglected inner-child.
History class would’ve been a lot more fascinating had chocolate being introduced into the lesson plan. A chocolate-covered replica of the momentous Great Wall of China will be made available for viewing as part of Beijing’s first ever-chocolate theme park. This 215,000 square-foot theme park, better known as “chocolate wonderland”, opens January 29th at the Bird's Nest Olympic Stadium in Beijing.
Check out the extensive detail that went into building the replica of the Great Wall of China
In addition to featuring a chocolate-covered Great Wall of China, the theme park hosts an army of 560 life-size replica Terracotta Army warriors, as well as some surprising appearances. With much respect to the non-history buffs, the chocolate theme park equally tends to car fanatics. On display, one can find an 80-ton lifesize BMW 1 replica sure to tickle your fancy.
Check out the video and take tour of the the attractions that await.
BMW 1 chocolate replica
Photo credit: Ng Han Guan, AP