Jilin pavilion presents world of adventure (3)

12:01, May 22, 2010      

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Two popcorn makers stand at the exit of the Pavilion, to show the importance of the province as an area of agriculture, lying in the Golden Corn Belt. Each visitor can get a free cup of popcorn.

The pavilion also has a 1:1 model of the controlling cabin of a multiple-unit train with two VIP seats.

"The custom-made seats are the only two in China, costing 150,000 yuan (22,000 dollars) each," explained Li Ping, a tour guide in the pavilion.

"Visitors can sit on them to experience a ride in a super high speed train." The seats include a massage function, lamp and ten-inch touch screens for entertainment. Such seats will be used in the first-class cabins of future high-speed trains.

At the end of the train is a 4D cinema. With the vaulted wide screen, special glasses, shaking chairs and water sprayers, viewers can adventure through fog and rain.

Source: Chinadaily.com.cn

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