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Research and Musings around the amusement park world.
The Fantawild park chain has been rolling out parks at quite a pace recently and the latest park in their portfolio has begun construction in Gangzha, China. The park takes on a different look to the standard Fantawild Adventure parks and will be located within the City itself, Taking the name Fantawild City Park the park will features large indoor areas as well as an outdoor amusement park. The concept images show a Maurer Söhne Sky Loop as well as what appears to be a Vekoma (or knock off) Booster Bike design.
Confusingly the RCDB lists a Golden Horse Mine Train at the park so plans may have changed. Construction is already under way and images can be found below.
Fantawild Adventure in Zhengzhou, China is the latest in the large chain of Fantawild parks to open its doors, The park features a genuine Vekoma Boomerang and Maurer Söhne Sky Loop as well as housing an number of interesting flat rides, Dinosaurs attacking an upside down house anyone?
Source: Chinese Forums
When you think great theme parks you don’t really think Poland, The country suffers from a chronic lack of major rides with the largest rollercoaster currently the Tic Tac Tornado, a relocated Soquet double loop from American Adventure in the UK.
However the announcement of Adventure World near Warsaw last year looks set to change that and the ground breaking ceremony took place a few days ago featuring a large model of the proposed park.
Below are a collection of photos from the parks facebook page and a possible layout of a indoor launched coaster which has been floating around on various internet forums. However its worth noting while I’ve been unable to verify the layout diagram from any reputable source so take that image with a pinch of salt.
Source: Parks Facebook Page
Joypolis in Tokyo has undergone a large refit recently, The most interesting change however is the parks coaster, I’m not sure if this is a refit of the existing ride there or if its an entirely new ride but the park now features “Veil of Dark” a spinning coaster that features A launch, An Inversion and shooting segments. That’s several world firsts right there.
Pictures are lacking right now but below is what I’ve dug up so far showing off the new elements. (More if and when I find them)
The Great Mall Of China is a huge shopping mall currently under construction in beijing and will feature 3 parks, A water park, a family park and an extreme park. It has already been confirmed that the park will be installing a Premier Launched Coaster but a recent article on the Star Online hints at more.
“He said one of the highlights of the mall would be the coaster rides, which include the SkyLoop and Pretzel Coaster, that would scale up to 60m or approximately 17 storeys. The three indoor theme parks covers about 80,000 sq m and cater to all age groups.”
The mall is already well along in its construction so coasters may start arriving soon. below is a picture so far.
Source: The Star
The mysterious new Ocean Kingdom park in Zhuhai, China has been a bit of a strange one over the last few months. The park originally surfaced in 2011 with a press release stating that the park would build the worlds longest Wooden Coaster and a Mack Water Coaster.
Earlier this year several pictures of green B&M track arriving on the construction site appeared. These were quickly taken down (In some cases with a little pressure from the park themselves) and things have been incredibly quiet ever since.
Below is a shot of the Mack Water Coaster track and a small piece of artwork showing the new park layout, the Woodie is out but the B&M Wingwalker is in (seen at the back right of the park if you squint a lot) and the Mack Water Coaster is in the front left. The layout appears custom and we know the B&M track is on site so hopefully its only a matter of time until the construction shots appear.