Chinese amusement park’s ‘death simulator’ allows visitor to experience real-life cremation

Chinese amusement park’s ‘death simulator’ allows visitor to experience real-life cremation

[Ed. – Wait long enough and you don’t have to travel to China to experience death.]

Tourists around the world are being drawn to a bizarre ‘death simulator’ at a Chinese amusement park, that offers you the chance to experience cremation.

The ride, called ‘The Cremator’, offers the morbidly curious to opportunity to find out what it might feel like to be cremated using a system of hot air and light projections.

But punters at the ‘Window of the World’ amusement park must first be settled into their temporary coffins, according to the People’s Daily Online.

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The Window of the World park is a ‘cultural theme park’ in Shenzhen that boasts an incredible range of attractions crammed into its 48 hectares.

Among these are an astonishing 130 models of the world’s most famous landmark attractions in miniature, including Buckingham Palace, the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Mount Rushmore.

But the park has branched out to include oddities such as ‘The Cremator’.

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