Posted by somtam2000 on 7/1/2016 at 22:01 admin
Not quite sure what to make of this - I don't think this is a spoof site... meet Disneylao
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Posted by Captain_Bob on 8/1/2016 at 01:07
Yeah I read that yesterday with a great deal of, er uhm, skepticism. Is this for real? At least build it in Vientiane or near the Chinese border near the planned rail route, not middle of nowhere Thakhaek. Checked calendar, April 1st is a ways off ;-)
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Posted by antoniamitchell on 8/1/2016 at 01:23
I'm guessing someone didn't realise that you can't legally just add "Disney" as a suffix to your crappy, small theme park to try and attract tourists.
I think I should rename my apartment "Disneyflat" or "iFlat" (to attract the Apple fans) and start charging admission to watch me wash my dishes....
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Posted by exacto on 8/1/2016 at 10:21
In the spirit of Huck Finn, wouldn't you charge them admission so they could wash your dishes?
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Posted by antoniamitchell on 8/1/2016 at 14:34
It's a totally immersive London experience - visit a real, overpriced London flat! Marvel at the inefficient heating! Avoid eye contact with the neighbours when you pass them in the hallways!
But I won't make them wash my dishes. Their hands will be too full with overpriced concession-stand snacks and drinks (that's where the real profits are to be had!)
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Posted by somtam2000 on 8/1/2016 at 14:34 admin
Still trying to determine if this is a real story or not!
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Posted by clevam on 8/1/2016 at 22:52
I have seen reports that there will 20-30 special economic zones established in Laos for ventures like this and the casinos ,mainly for chinese and thai tourists. Isolated a bit so the patrons have to buy all inclusive packages.
I think this is real but the current state of China's economy may see it put on the back burner.
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