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Research and Musings around the amusement park world.
This is a few weeks old but the Gravity Groups excellent Fireball at Happy Valley in Shanghai is undergoing some retracking at the moment. Having ridden the ride a few months ago It was certainly in need of some TLC. It’s a brilliant ride but was a little rough around the edges at some points. It’s good to see OCT taking care of it’s rides though.
Source: Chinese Forums
The latest Fantawild park being built in Zhengzhou, China has started to take shape with a number of new rides and coasters gracing the skyline. Of most interest to enthusiasts will be the Maurer Sky Loop and a new Vekoma Boomerang. Construction can be seen below.
OCT have released some new concept art for the The latest Happy Valley park in Tianjin, China. The park looks a little different to the other four Happy Valley parks currently operating and features several large undercover areas. The Parks coaster line-up currently includes a Gravity Group wooden coaster and an S&S El Loco. although I wouldn’t be surprised to see couple more pop up it doesn’t look like this park will feature the selection of B&M’s and Intamins we have seen popping up at Happy Valleys recent efforts.
As China’s theme park buisness expands more and more new coasters are popping up, and a fair few of them appear to be Chinese knock offs of rides we’ve already seen in other parts of the world.
This latest ride being built at Langzhong Panda Paradis (There is actually no “e” at the end of Paradis) looks suspiciously like the Vekoma Motorbike coasters seen at Toverland and Chimelong Paradise. However this time the ride is built by serial coaster copiers Beijing Jiuhua Amusement Rides.
The ride was due to open on June 1st but for now a construction shot is shown below.
Source: Chinese Forums
These are some old shots but ones that I haven’t seen around on the western sites out there. Triumph Kingdom is a park I have covered a lot over the year and one of the main new rides will be an Intamin Topside Impulse with wing rider style seats. The ride is apparently already fully built but photos are proving to be illusive. Perhaps we will see more at the IAAPA Asian Expo next week. Until then these renderings will have to do.