If you are one of those travelers who pack 10 cities in 5 countries into a 7-day itinerary, this is for you. If you are one of those people who love scale models, this is for you. And if you are one of those people fascinated by China's turn for reproducing other places, well, yes.
In Shenzhen, China, Windows of the World is a 118-acre theme park built around scaled reproductions of 130 of the world's prime tourism attractions; it's reached via a Metro station modeled after the Louvre pyramid. Among its most notable structures is a one-third scale Eiffel Tower.
Not all the reproduced sites are western; they include the temples of Angkor Wat, gates of Babylon, the Taj Mahal and more, often leading to unlikely juxtapositions for visitors wandering through. Visitors can buy a fake passport, which park staff will stamp with 'visas' for the countries visited.
The Guardian (UK) recently ran a feature on Windows, with many more photos.