In recent years, Taroko Fiber (1432) has actively transformed into the layout of commercial real estate, and its subsidiary Taroko Development has joined hands with Japan’s Suzuka International Circuit to build the first large-scale complex shopping mall with the theme of leisure sports in Kaohsiung – Taroko Caoya Road.
Taiwan-Japan tourism industry cooperation
Cai Mingzhang, chairman of Taroko Development, pointed out yesterday that the amusement park will open in the fourth quarter of 2015, seizing the sightseeing and leisure business opportunities inside and outside the island.
In recent years, Taroko has transformed from the textile industry to real estate development, actively revitalized its own land assets, and laid out commercial real estate and tourism and leisure business. At the end of 2012, it signed a contract with Gaojie and Kaohsiung municipal governments to obtain a 35-year land lease right to build a large-scale complex shopping mall.
Guo Darui, Managing Director of Taroko Development, pointed out that the first cooperation with Suzuka International Circuit in Japan and the introduction of the Suzuka Circuit operated by Honda not only symbolizes the two-pronged development of land development and tourism industry, but also the first Taiwan-Japan tourism industry cooperation project.
In addition to the car theme amusement park, it has signed contracts with Guobin Cinemas, French businessman Decathlon Apparel, Kaohsiung local gym brand “Fitness Factory”, etc., and the self-operated Da Luge baseball and softball strike field will also be stationed, which can become a paradise for friends of all ages.
Cai Mingzhang also said that the first phase will invest about 4 billion yuan, and has entered the stage of environmental impact assessment discrepancy analysis, and is expected to obtain construction licenses by the end of the year; At the end of the year, another 800 million yuan will be raised through a cash capital increase, and the official operation will be launched in October 2015 at the earliest.
After the operation of the first phase, Taroko also plans to launch the second phase of the plan in 2015, and is expected to invest NT$ 1.5 billion to build a hotel and hot spring business travel, hoping to have one large-scale theme park in the north, central and southern regions in the future. As for small and medium-sized theme parks such as go-karts, Taroko battling cage, and love park, there are already 16 in Taiwan, and I hope to add 16~20 more bases in the next 1~2 years.
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