The combination of Fireball, Mega Lite and Diving Coaster is quite impressive and backed up by a solid and varied flat ride line-up. There was plenty to do for patrons of all thrill levels. The fact that the ride openings are staggered makes this an all day park if you want to ride all the major attractions and coasters. If you are visiting research the ride opening ahead of time to minimize your down time and maximize your fun. Of the Happy Valley parks this one had the best distribution of rides throughout the park. Theming looks better from a far than up close. You are always walking past something intriguing which is great since the park is fairly large. One drawback is a lack of tree cover but there are a few places to sneak indoors including a Pizza Hut and multiple KFCs.
I got the chance to spend several hours at this park during a work trip. Nicely done but there are just something that just miss the mark in terms of appearance.
Funniest Thing - Rollercoaster stations play a stretching video for all to watch and to do while waiting to board train. The ride operators get everyone to do it. The thought is if you do this then you will be prepared to ride the rollercoaster.
Rollercoasters - Dive Machine aka Diving Coaster is amazing!, Mega-Lite full of air time!!!!!
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