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Happy Valley Amusement Park

Happy Valley isn’t just an amusement park on the outskirts of Chengdu, it is the amusement park in the vicinity of the city. There are others, but none other will satisfy the likes of foreigners used to big thrills like Happy Valley will.


Tickets to Happy Valley cost 170 yuan for adults or 150 yuan for students with identification. Happy Valley frequently has discounts available – as of Summer 2012, Bank of China card holders are entitled to 99 yuan entrance pass which requires no paperwork or hassle.


Name in Chinese: 欢乐谷

Address: 欢乐谷成都三环路

Location in Plain English: NW 3rd Ring Road

Hours: Open from 7am until 9pm from April until November

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  1. Toussaint March 5, 2017 at 4:08 am #

    I would like to make contact with you because during the spring holidays, I would like to come to your park with my family to have a pleasant time.
    And is it to know if it would be possible at any chance to receive documentation concerning the park? (Prices, places of housing, map of the park, etc …)
    In the meantime your answer which I hope will be positive,
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