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Real-life Willy Wonka chocolate factory that will pump out sweets being built in Taiwan in towering pink & blue castle

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AN incredible Willy Wonka inspired factory, which will pump out chocolates from a towering pink castle, is coming into life.

If you ever dreamed of visiting the iconic confectionery, then you might be in luck as Taiwan is building their own version of it.

Taiwan is building Willy Wonka inspired chocolate factory

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Taiwan is building Willy Wonka inspired chocolate factoryCredit: Jam Press
The incredible blue and pink castle will pump out sweets while visitors roam around

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The incredible blue and pink castle will pump out sweets while visitors roam aroundCredit: Jam Press
The magnificent building is set to be finished by the end of the year

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The magnificent building is set to be finished by the end of the yearCredit: Jam Press

You won’t need a golden ticket to roam around the chocolate factory – but you might need a flight ticket to Dalin.

The small town of only 30,000 people could expect a flood of tourists when Oleve Dream Castle finally opens its doors.

The pink castle with blue roofs, surrounded by beautiful greenery, looks like it came straight out of a Disney movie.

The magnificent structure, designed by Mao Ronghai, boasts ten turrets and golden and silver detailing.

The marvellous construction is set to become a themed park with a twist, providing guests with knowledge and entertainment.

The park will also double as a factory, producing their own chocolates, drawing inspiration from Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

The sweet-toothed adults and children will be thrilled to learn that they can turn into chocolatiers for a day.

Visitors can expect to engage in quirky experiences such as making their own confectionery, or sampling what’s on offer.

The images of the park show the exterior of the castle finished with premises around it still under construction.

Olevo Dream Castle is expected to open later this year – although the exact date has not been specified.

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Hopefully, the much-anticipated park will be nothing like the disastrous Willa Wonka experience in Glasgow where cops were called after kids were reduced to tears.

Furious parents blasted the £35-a-ticket event as a “shambles” as they arrived at a near-empty warehouse in February.

Kids were given just a few jelly babies before it was all over in minutes.

One mum posted online: “We arrived yesterday at 10:30.

“Waited in a huge queue for about 40 minutes and then when we got inside there was more waiting around.

“Underwhelming was an understatement.

“I paid for Willy Wonka and got Billy Bonkers.

“Embarrassing doesn’t even cut it.”

Organisers House of Illuminati apologised and promised refunds after saying it had been “let down in many areas”.

Adverts posted on the Facebook page of organisers House of Illuminati in January described it as an event where “dreams become reality”.

It said the event space would have an “enchanted garden” an “imagination lab” and a “twilight tunnel” with images showing magical decorations.

Construction of the theme park is still underway

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Construction of the theme park is still underwayCredit: Jam Press
The castle's designer, Mao Ronghai (L) with Dalin Mayor, Xu Youjiang

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The castle’s designer, Mao Ronghai (L) with Dalin Mayor, Xu YoujiangCredit: Jam Press
Visitors will be able to make their own confectionery or buy what's on offer

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Visitors will be able to make their own confectionery or buy what’s on offerCredit: Jam Press

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