The Guardian visited it earlier this year and described it as "an eerie picture of post-apocalypse suburban America; like a David Lynch film on location in North Korea."
The city was built in the middle of a jungle in quite an unsettled region of the country, but there is very little trouble as there are so few people there. Weirdly, the whole city has wifi, even though the restaurants and hotels lie completely and utterly without customers.
The streets are built for huge quantities of traffic, but as you can see from the photos all the roads are completely deserted. Some of the structures the government have built are incredibly beautiful, but sadly there are simply no eager tourists or happy citizens to enjoy them.
Even more spectacular photos on the next page...