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Photo TR: Plopsa Indoor and Toverland

Postby Wishmaster » Fri Feb 16, 2007 4:56 pm

Just before Christmas 2005 Plopsaland Indoor Hasselt opened its doors, but I hadn't visited it yet. Since I didn't have to work today, I thought it was time for some credit whoring.

It's not very big and since it was friday, all rides were walk on so after about an hour I got tired of the park and went on to Toverland. ;)
Plopsaland's entrance
The Studio 100 characters want to go too.
At least this park posts the accessablity of all their rides at the entrance.
One of the characters was waiting for me inside.
The statue of Gert and Samson.
The "Scheve Schuit", the pirate ship of Piet Piraat.
The credit, AKA Piratenbaan.
And this is where you get eaten by the skull shaped rock.
Piet Piraat was still on his ship.
The bumpercars in "Spring" theme. (Spring is a Belgian band/TV show from Studio 100)
I don't think these guys belong to Studio 100...
Can anyone guess what this does?
It does look kinda cool.
And now for the Kidtums proof area.
Kabouter Plop was there too.
Does anybody need some balls?
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Postby Wishmaster » Fri Feb 16, 2007 5:20 pm

Part 2.
The outdoor part of the park.
Streets of Plopsaland. (Can you spot the hidden advertising?
In case you forgot where this is.
The TPR approved ride!
The candy house from K3 (an other band)
Oversized Jenga blocks!
The back of the "Scheve Schuit".
He doesn't look to healthy.
The oversized Four-In-A-Row game.
A slide hidden away behind the rollercoaster's theming.
An overview of the entire park from the top of the slide.
HEY, that kid is shooting at me!
Tht tiny pirate ships and the tiny giant sea monster.
And now on to Toverland. They are celebrating carnaval.
The Sim-Sala-Kroeg. Can some one please explane why Derek isn't doing the Spain trip Add-on!
I actually know some one who considers this a credit. And the weird thing is, his names isn't Jeff Johnson.
At least they allow adults to ride, so Jeff can still come and get this credit.
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Postby SharkTums » Fri Feb 16, 2007 5:31 pm

Wow! Plopsa Indoor looks great, and I already love Toverland. I'm so bummed we don't have more of these type of places in the States!

Thanks for the pictures!

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Postby AlmereStars » Sat Feb 17, 2007 2:13 am

Plopsa Indoor, my Nephew's favorite place! Piet Piraat is really cool :)
really nice theming, great pics

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Postby Dark Vampire » Sat Feb 17, 2007 4:16 am

Thank you for the pictures. 2 years ago I went already to Toverland, and in Januari this year, I went to Plopsa Indoor with some friends. I had already heared it was really small, but never expected it was so small. But we had a great time! :) How many people were in Plopsa when you went? It looks very deserted.

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Postby verticalzero » Sat Feb 17, 2007 8:27 am

Is this next door or neat to "Plopsaland"..?
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Postby Jayjay719 » Sat Feb 17, 2007 8:32 am

This looks likes a nice little place. Thanks for the photo tr...but since you mentioned Kidtums, I assume Barry can't post in here. :lmao:
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Postby BlackHole2005 » Sat Feb 17, 2007 8:50 am

What a great place to go if it is in the winter and you still want a credit!

Unfortunately, in the UK we don't have any of these indoor themeparks (Or do we? *looks at metrocentre*) But these places look really nice for families to go and stuff!


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Postby wrebbit » Sat Feb 17, 2007 8:54 am

verticalzero wrote:Is this next door or neat to "Plopsaland"..?

Plopsaland is located in the village of De Panne, which lies at the coast of Belgium (so the far west side of the country) while Plopsaland Indoor is in Hasselt, in the east side of Belgium. I think it's about 2-3 hours drive between the 2 parks

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Postby coasterdude5 » Sat Feb 17, 2007 9:53 am

Cool TR, indoor themeparks are already cool but this one looked better themed than most of them.


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