Chinese Theme Park Wants You To Experience The Titanic Sinking
According to CNN, Seven Star is developing a resort that features a Titanic museum, man-made beach, turkish baths and 6D cinema. The ship's replica, worth an estimated $165 billion, will sit permanently on the Qi River in China's Sichuan Province. Tourists will board the model and relive the horrifying collision through high-tech simulation involving sound and light effects.
"It's time for China to honor the spirit of human responsibility -- how passengers tried to save one another as the ship sank," Seven Star's chairman told Xinhua news.
The park plans to open in 2016.