On November 2, 2009, the largest acrylic glass curtain wall in Asia was built in the polar ocean world of Chengdu. It is very eye-opening because of its high transparency and strong unit pressure resistance. It will be used in the curtain wall of Chengdu Polar Ocean World Shark Hall and installed by Renault Company of the United States. The construction of the polar ocean world in Chengdu is also being actively carried out. The main venue has been fully capped and its promise will be further fulfilled. As a well-known complex tourism brand project, Chengdu Polar Ocean World has stipulated 180,000 square meters to build the main complex trade center in the south of the international city, the unique polar ocean theme park in the southwest, and the largest acrylic glass curtain wall in Asia, which was introduced by Renault Company of the United States with huge investment, marking that all planning and construction of Chengdu Polar Ocean World are in accordance with international specifications. System customization: at the expense of heavy money, at the expense of more efforts, the use of international advanced technology, each of the most delicate details superimposed perfectly, in order to perfect the construction of the largest marine park in the sea, the most complete marine life, measures to improve the most advanced polar ocean park, so that the "luxury" construction specifications, in Chengdu's tourism brand project development process almost. Never before.
Chengdu Polar Ocean World, as the only polar ocean park in southwest China, is jointly built by the world's top planning and design team and the top construction team in China. After several months, the main venue will soon be closed. This represents a milestone in the progress of the Chengdu Polar Ocean World Project, and is also a further fulfillment of Chengdu Pan-Bo citizens'commitment to the happy opening of 2010. Its main venue is different from other exhibitive and ornamental marine aquariums. It is the first and only comprehensive exhibition hall in southwest China that integrates indoor and outdoor environment, polar marine animal exhibition and interactive performance. It takes marine paleontological bionic architecture as its design concept and has a building area of 14469.9 square meters. After completion, it will be the largest marine animal performance hall and happy theatre in Asia, with annual reception. There are about 4 million tourists.