Gonna do a photo thread over this afternoon about when I visited Wonderland, the Chinese theme park that never got finished. My only real urbex experience really.
Wonderland was situated about half an hour out of Beijing to the north-west. I'd known about it for a while since I saw an article about it in some magazine. The whole place is gone now and there's a shopping centre there instead, but I managed to visit before too much more was knocked down.
Photo is a pano of the car park. You can see the two large visitor centre buildings and an unfinished structure between, probably the park entrance.
Since development stopped and most of the park had not been built, farmers had moved in and started farming the land. In the distance you can see the Disney-style fairly palace. Some good pics of that later.
Second pic, which I really love, shows a small shed or storage area with a door made from some of the roofing material.
Finishing up with my favourite pic from this jaunt, a foreboding pic of the castle amid a cornfield underneath a gathering storm as the winds picked up. Got trapped by the rain exploring this castle, the upper levels of which were inaccessible and the lower level of which was just a giant empty pit.
@Alexmay this is such an incredible image i love it
@pisscotheque thank you! it's probably the best photo i have ever taken
@tsu Thanks! It was awesome, so cool. I met some Chinese kids there and I was like, pretty cool no? they were like, no it's boring
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