Reuters is reporting that Malaysia might become the sight of Disney's next theme park. Citing a weekly business publication called the Edge, the news service stated that "The government unveiled a $105 billion blueprint late last year to transform the southern tip of Johor state, which neighbours Singapore, into a regional economic zone for industry, logistics, trade and leisure."
"The proposed Disneyland theme park and resort is slated to be bigger than Hong Kong Disneyland and about the size of Tokyo Disney Resort."
Other entertainment companies are also considering the development, including Warner Brothers and MGM, although at this point Disney appears to be the distinct front runner. If talks are successful, a deal could be signed as early as next year, with a possible opening date of 2014.