Phuket FantaSea, the cultural theme park in Phuket, Thailand, is to open a new theme park called Carnival Magic.
Hailed as the world’s first Thai carnival theme park, Carnival Magic will extend across a staggering 40 acres.
The opening of Carnival Magic will coincide with Phuket FantaSea’s 20th anniversary. The attraction site is expected to cost $160 million and pull in more than 1 million tourists annually, bringing an annual revenue of at least THB 1.5 billion.
Carnival Magic will feature four principle zones, the Bird of Paradise Restaurant, a buffet-style eatery, the Carnival Fun Fair, with themed shopping arcades, games, street dancing and family-friendly rides, the River Palace Theatre stadium, with a 2,000-person capacity, and the Kingdom of Lights, where the park’s gardens and landscapes are adorned with more than 40 million lights.
A luxury dining experience will be on offer at the River of Bliss Restaurant, which boasts a design inspired by the Loy Loy Krathong festival, a tradition Thai celebration.
Carnival Magic is due to open at Phuket FantaSea in early 2020.