Officials in Abbottabad, Pakistan - where Usama bin Laden was killed in 2011 - are planning to build an amusement park on the edge of town.

According to Sky News, the 50-acre, $25 million facility will include a zoo, adventure sports attractions, restaurants and artificial waterfalls. It will eventually be expanded to cover 500 acres.

Local officials say

the project is meant to attract tourists, and does not have anything to do with improving the town's image after the world's most wanted man was killed there in a raid by U.S. Navy SEALs.