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Making of Johor Disneyland? The Star (Malaysia), 2006-5-30

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  • Making of Johor Disneyland? The Star (Malaysia), 2006-5-30

    Straits Times contacted Michelle Nachum, the spokesman for Disney theme parks in California for a confirmation but all she was prepared to say was that Disney constantly evaluated strategic markets around the world.


    She would not confirm or deny that Johor was on the list.
    No one is surprised that Singapore is keeping a close watch on developments in neighbouring Johor. The Lion City, in fact, almost got its own Disneyland in the Seletar area but the plan fell through.

    It was reported last year that negotiations went so far as identifying the site and the government was even prepared to add another station to the North-South MRT Line, with the reservoir as a backdrop.

    Singapore Trade and Industry Minister Lim Hng Kang was quoted in the Straits Timespasse now.
    Plenty of homework needs to be done, especially on the financial prospect of attracting regional visitors, if we wish to set up world-class theme parks here.

    Malaysians would surely like to see Mickey Mouse in Nusajaya but we believe careful planning and plenty of common sense are needed as massive public funds would be involved, so that no one takes the mickey out of us.


    Source : The Star (Malaysia)

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    Re: Making of Johor Disneyland? The Star (Malaysia), 2006-5-30

    This has been refuted by Disney...
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