Today work officially began on the new Six Flags park in China which is set to cost a whopping, $4.6 billion!

The location will be just over 2 hours from where Shanghai Disneyland is located meaning that this park has to be on par with Disney in order to draw people in.

Although addresses aren’t 100% confirmed yet, you can see the rough distance between the Six Flags park in Haiyan and Disneyland on the map below:


President of the Six Flags International development company, Josh Odum, had this to say on the new park:

The Six Flags park in Haiyan will be a spectacular park featuring our signature lineup of record-breaking roller coasters, family rides and attractions and world-class shows — along with themed sections of the park that pay homage to the storied Chinese culture.

Concept art for Six Flags China looks incredible and shows a lot of ambition with what looks to be a combination of rollercoasters, family friendly rides and a fantastic seaside placement of the park:

Six Flags China Concept Art

Unfortunately Six Flags hasn’t announced any attractions that are set to open yet but what we do know is that the park is scheduled to open in 2019.

More details as they come through, what are your thoughts on this new park in China?