Happy Chocolate Land in Shanghai (Part 2)
2014-05-12 Donna Sights Shanghai 1698
Fashion Theme Pavilion
The fashion pavilion has the largest chocolate garden with over 1,000 chocolate tulips and roses. This pavilion occupies 1,000 square meters and occupies to floors. The amount of chocolate used to create this pavilion amounts to 8 tons. The main attraction of the fashion Pavilion has to be the classic car right situated in the middle of the pavilion and the baroque style sofa which weighs 800kg. The pavilion has as range of the latest fashionable items such as handbags, designs, make-up and perfume.
Fairy Tale Theme Pavilion
The Fairy Tale Theme Pavilion occupies 1,000 square meters and is the largest theatre scenery made of biscuits, candy, chocolate and bread. The popular characters in the cartoon world are brought to life and these characters include: Crayon Shin Chan, Garfield, Hello Kitty and Transformers. The entire Fairy Tale pavilion used 60 tons of chocolate, 2 tons of sugar and 20kg of biscuits to complete.
Magical Bakery Street
Taking a trip to the Magical Bakery Street you can experience making deserts and bread! Whether visiting with friends or family it’s definitely worth your time. You will be guided by some of China’s best baking instructors where you can make delicious sweet treats. You can even get baking certificate at the end to certify your baking skills!
Opening Times & Ticket Prices
Opening Hours: 9:00AM–5:00PM. During national holidays the opening times may be extended.
Ticket Prices: Adult – 200RMB, Child – 120RMB
Subway to Chocolate Happy Land
Subway: Metro line 7/8 to Yaohua Road stop. There are also free shuttle buses at exit 4 of Yaohua Road stop to Chocolate Happy Land. Each shuttle bus is 30 minutes.