Wealthy tourists are lining up to stay at his luxe pig theme park in China – A standard room overlooking the piggery costs more than a sea-facing duplex suite at Dubai’s Burj Al Arab luxury hotel


Pigging out just got redefined as a pig theme park in China is going viral for people going gung ho to see panda pigs. For a pricey $1,200 a night, the theme park will offer guests a hotel room on the second floor with uninterrupted views of the piggery. Thankfully, the niche experience reeks of only luxury and not pigs. A humongous sealed window overlooking the prized black-and-white panda pigs ensures the only thing enjoyed is the view sans any stinks.

Image – Tianmu news

Tourists in China are eagerly shelling out $1,230 for the room to witness the lives of the country’s rarest and most highly-valued pigs, the traditional source of China’s world-famous Jinhua ham.

The Panda Pig—Two-End Black Ranch” theme park went viral after a media outlet, Tianmu News, posted a video clip of the piggery. The clip garnered over 160,000 likes and has been shared 250,000 times at the time of writing.

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The castle-shaped building also includes a museum dedicated to the panda pig, a cafe, and a meeting room, so guests have more to do than gaze at handsome hogs.

Those spending on the luxury pig-watching room will be gifted a panda pig to take home or a year’s worth of pork worth $830.

The living room of the Deluxe Marina suite at the Burj Al Arab.

A stay at the fancy Burj Al Arab, one of the world’s most luxurious hotels costs less –
A stay in the fancy Deluxe Marina Suite at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, a global icon of Arabian hospitality, costs nearly $1000. In addition to an unforgettable locale, unbridled ocean views, and kingly comforts in one of Dubai’s most exclusive properties, there are no pigs or pets in sight. The 170m2 suite is a picture of extravagance with a massive bedroom, living room, and desk. The majestic en suite flaunts a huge bathtub, his and her sinks dotted with Hermes toiletries.

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The plush bathroom of the Deluxe Marina suite at the Burj Al Arab.

For a little more money (still lesser than the pig suite), you can check into the duplex Sky Marina Suites with a full-size jacuzzi and a separate five-head rain shower, a choice of 9 pillow types, eiderdown duvets, and 24-hour concierge service among other benefits.

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