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Research and Musings around the amusement park world.
Today we have a schematic map and a piece of concept art which show the entirety of the new Happy Valley installation in Wuhan, China. The images show not only the location and layout of all 5 Roller Coasters, it also shows the layout of the new Hotel and Water Park which will be built along with the main Theme Park.
Concept pictures have appeared on a Chinese site which suggest the new U-Shaped coaster described in the press release for Triumph Valley may well be a new unseen larger version of the established Intamin Half-Pipe model. The new model appears to have larger trains and the spikes have been bent inwards to provide two beyond vertical drops.
A google translated press release states:
U-shaped coaster which is Switzerland’s international well-known roller coaster rides agreed to supply a specially developed stereotypes of the kinds of rides around the world only this one; big pendulum, rolling thunder tour, passion and other projects is the current track similar projects in Asia ranked first. Reporters learned that, U-shaped roller coaster is the use of linear motor technology, combined with the latest flying the cockpit to create the linear acceleration, free fall and weightlessness experience. The play tracks the two best side in the vertical tower on one of the best side rail, such as camel twist distortion, in order to create the passengers were thrown out of the experience.
Source: Park TJ
As mentioned yesterday construction at Happy Valley Wuhan is moving along nicely. Today we have another update from the park with some proper construction shots of the new rides. They show that the large black tower was indeed intended for the Sky Loop coaster and that the Vekoma Mine train has much more random colour selection than usual.
On of China’s most exciting new parks has really started to ramp up construction. The brand new Happy Valley park in Wuhan will have one of the most impressive coaster line ups in the country and below is a selection of construction photos and new concept art.
The new images show a large tower being constructed next to the High Five Wooden Coaster which looking at the concept art could be part of the Maurer Sky Loop. On top of that the concept art also shows the new S&S launched coaster will be a mirror image of the new Bullet Coaster at Happy Valley Shenzhen.
Various Chinese sites have posted an article which suggests the Happy Valley park situated in Beijing is looking to expand with a large indoor section, a 5 star hotel and a large wooden roller coaster.
I have summarized the main points of the article below.
“Park Future: There will be one billion yuan investment to build the indoor amusement park in order to help Beijing Happy Valley out during the “winter”, The plan would involve the building of a large indoor amusement park with the option to open up a 50,000 square meter second phase.
It is understood that the planned opening of the indoor amusement park is towards the end of 2013 and the superstructure could include an automatic roof which could be open for ventilation in the summer and closed during the colder winter months.
In addition to this plans indicate the construction of a large wooden roller coaster in the Shangri-LaValley area of the park and the addition of a 5 star hotel and facilities. “
Sources for this article in their native language are below
Earlier in the year I reported on the announcement of the new Triumph Kingdom Theme Park being built in Wuging, China. The latest concept are of the parks show one of the new coasters in much more detail and it looks like it may be an brand new Intamin Rocket coaster.
Construction of the park itself has moved forwards quickly, while much of the entrance area already complete there is still much work to do in the other areas of the park. The first coaster, a Chinese Spinning coaster is already complete but there is currently no sign of the second and third rides.
The concept art and the construction photos can be seen in the gallery below.